This term has flown by and it is hard to believe we are now at the end of this school year. Our Year 10 students have returned from work experience and we hope that this taste of life after school will reinforce their efforts to do their very best in school to make sure they have the widest choices in the future.
Last night’s Celebration Evening was one of the highlights of the year recognising the fantastic talents of our students. We are very proud of all our students’ efforts this year and look forward to more celebrations of success next year. The glamorous Year 7 Prom is tonight, and students will be preparing themselves to make a successful transition to Year 8 after the holidays.
Thank you to parents who attended the SEN Briefing and the Parent Forum last week. Your support, opinions and suggestions are essential as we develop our community. For parents who would like to be involved in the wider life of the school we are re-launching the ‘Friends of William Allitt’, a group who have organised lots of events in the past and supported the school and our students. If you would be interested in helping out with this, please contact our Head of Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org
We have had our first monitoring visit from Her Majesty’s Inspector Dilip Kadodwala and his report can be read here. We are really pleased that our efforts so far have been recognised and we look forward to the new term and continuing to raise expectations and improve student progress across the school.
This term finishes for students at 1.30pm on Wednesday 23rd July and we start back for all students at 8.30am on Tuesday, 9th September.
I would like to thank everyone – parents, students, staff and all those associated with the William Allitt community - for your support this term and wish you a happy, safe and peaceful summer break.