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Weekly email – 17 June 2022

Well done Year 11!

As the exam season draws to a close, we would like to say a huge ‘WELL DONE’ to our Year 11s on their fantastic attitude and effort in their GCSE exams and revision sessions. Following the disruption of the last two years, it’s inspiring to see how well they are approaching this challenge. We wish them all the very best with their results, which will be published on Thursday 25 August.

York Pride, Saturday 18 June

A reminder that we will be taking part in the York Pride parade tomorrow. Students and their families are very welcome to join us or show their support along the route. We will be meeting at Lendal (outside the old post office building) from 11.00 – 11.15am; the march starts at 11.45am and is expected to reach the Knavesmire at about 1.00pm. More details and the route can be found on the York Pride website.

Please note that any students attending do so in an individual capacity and the school can’t take any responsibility for them.

Year 7 Bolton Abbey trip

A reminder that as part of the Key Stage 3 Geography curriculum, we will be taking all Year 7 geographers for a day of field studies in the Yorkshire Dales. The North half of the year will go on Thursday 23 June and the South half of the year will go on Friday 24 June.

North = 7G, 7J, 7H, 7I
South = 7L, 7N, 7P, 7Q
If anyone has not yet paid the contribution of £15 and given parental consent via ParentPay, can you please do so as a matter of urgency.

Full details can be found here.

Year 7 and 8 trip to Flamingo Land

A polite reminder that the deadline for making payments for this trip is Friday 24 June. Year 7 and 8 parents and carers have had all of the information emailed separately so please check the different folders of your email account if you have not yet seen this. Thank you.

Summer concert – date for the diary

Our Summer Concert will be held on the evening of Tuesday 12 July, so please put this date in your diary. Further details will follow soon.

Calling all performers!

A message from Mrs Sladen:

I am very pleased to be able to announce that, following a two year break due to Covid restrictions, our annual musical production is back!! I will need actors, singers, dancers and backstage crew to be involved and help make this December’s production our best ever… however, I have not completely decided at the moment which musical we will perform (although I do have a few favourites in mind!) as I am not exactly sure who would like to be involved!

To this end, I am going to hold auditions on Wednesday 22 June after school in the Drama Hall for any students, in any year group, who would like to be considered for a role, big or small. Auditionees need to prepare a song from a musical (any you like, as long as there is a backing track available on YouTube) that they will perform to staff involved in the production in a ‘closed’ audition. I will audition students first and then be able to make a decision on which musical we will perform once I have an idea of the numbers who wish to be involved and the talent that I know is out there.
There will be a separate meeting and audition for students who wish to be involved in dancing and backstage work in the new academic year. If there are any questions please don’t hesitate to come and see me in the Drama Hall, otherwise, I look forward to being entertained by all our talented students soon – see you then!

The Active Lives Children and Young People’s survey

Last July, Millthorpe School was selected to take part in The Active Lives Children and Young People’s survey, commissioned by Sport England. The survey gathered data on how children engage with sport and physical activity, providing anyone working with children aged 5-16 key data to help understand children’s attitudes and behaviours around sport and activity.

The project is due to end next month, so we would like as many students as possible to complete the survey again to help the researchers assess the impact of the project.

Click here to complete the survey here.

UK-German Youth Council 2022-23

Applications are now open to become a member of this lively network of young people which supports UK-German Connection in the development of new opportunities for young people.

Young people from both countries aged 14-25 can join this consultation forum to develop new ideas and help co-design UK-German programmes and activities. We welcome applications from young people from all backgrounds and with a range of experiences and interests. German language skills are not a requirement.

The deadline for applications is Friday 1 July 2022. Further information can be found here.

#WakeUpWednesday

Please find attached the recent parent guides to TwitchVirtual Reality (VR), and Metaverse from National Online Safety. These handy guides will support parents and carers to ensure that their child(ren) stay safe online.

Job vacancies

If you would like to work with us, you can find full details about current job vacancies on our website.

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