I have been very proud this week of our year 10 students who have taken assemblies every morning on tolerance. The response to the terrorist attacks in Paris has been very humbling, and I thank each of you for your compassion, your resolve, your tolerance and your understanding. Another great display of what it means to be a part of our great school.
Well done to all of the students who took part in Project X earlier in the week. An great result – 2nd place – well done. There are some fabulous photo’s on twitter!
I have also enjoyed finding out about the Magna carta poetry and the short story competition. Thank you to all students involved.
We have a lot of exciting things going on in school over the next few weeks. The ‘LCHS will rock you concert’ is set to be amazing. Look out for tickets! We also have the dance showcase evening, Christmas fayre and the cathedral service. A great time of year to be a part of something special. Thank you to all involved and I look forward to the performances.
Can I remind you that this terms big question is about bullying? We all know that bullying will never be tolerated in our community. Thank you to all students for supporting our ‘speak out against bullying campaign’ which has and will help us get a very strong message to all who make poor choices. We aim for a community which thrives on mutual respect and understanding and support one another to be the best they can be.
Next week Monday – let’s see if you raised enough for me to dye my moustache!
Enjoy your weekend