French and History Trip to Normandy 2016

LE MONT-SAINT MICHELKeep up to date with the French trip by following the blog link: http://cnsfrance2016.blogspot.co.uk/


Summer Reading List


From September, we will be asking year 8 & 9 learners to provide their own reading books as much as possible. Please see the list below for inspiration.

Learners can use their local library to borrow books, purchase from a bookshop or online, or use a reading app (e.g.Kindle), which allows you to access thousands of free books.

Happy reading!

Please follow the links to access summer reading lists Reading List for Years 8 and 9.pdf Oxford University Press Reading List


Home Learning Questionnaire

SurveyWe are conducting a survey in order to help us gauge opinion on the Y7E 'Home Learning' pilot . We would be grateful if parents could spare two minutes to complete the online questionnaire. All responses are completely anonymous. Home Learning Questionnaire


Online Safety and Safeguarding Letter

letterA letter regarding online safety and child protection has been sent out to all parents. Please download the letter if you have not yet received a copy. Online Safety and Safeguarding letter.pdf


Finance Officer Vacancy

SchoolThe Governing Body is seeking to appoint a dynamic Finance Officer. The successful candidate will have experience of managing the finances of a large institution, department or business.

Please download the linked documenttion:

Application Form.doc

Candidate Pack.pdf

Full Job Advertisement Details.pdf

Completed application forms should be returned to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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