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Julia Upton - Headteacher Debenham High School at the SSAT Awards 2014

Message from the Headteacher

Monday 21 July

We enter our last few days of term but are excited about the activities planned between now and Wednesday.  All students in Year 7, 8 and 9 are involved in our range of activity days.  From sailing to high ropes challenges, trips to France and Bushcraft in Norfolk; there really is something for everyone.

We were delighted to see all Year 6 students who will be joining us in September on Wednesday last week.  They spent the day in their tutor groups and experienced some taster lessons.  They look like being an excellent year group, from all we hear from their Primary schools and look forward to setting out our expectations of them in September when they join us for good.  This was the last of our liaison days – with four days throughout the year students have time to get to know a few faces and get their bearings around the school before that daunting day in September.

On Friday we sent home the last copy of the year of our newsletter, Aspire.  Click here to read about our news from the last half-term.  If you are a departed Year 11 student or a Year 10 on work experience please pop in to pick up a paper copy of the newsletter if you wish.

We also sent home on Friday, our summer reading list.  This year the list has been compiled with recommendations from students.  There is a simple star rating that explains how challenging the read is and the range includes books for younger students up to more adult reads.  This year we have included fiction and non-fiction recommendations; so there really is no excuse for not picking up a book (in paper or on your kindle) this summer.  Please click here for an electronic copy of the list.

Finally, we hope the clouds blow away as our Silver Duke of Edinburgh Expedition sets out for the Sussex Downs.  I am sure they will cope with the rain, based on how well they worked together in their practice expedition.

 


Julia Upton

 

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