Presentation on theme: "MON 27 th April Y11 Assembly – Main Hall (DA) P2 Music Recitals IR Group – Arc 6 students P3 Music Recitals IR Group - Arc 6 students 1.10 pm MP6 Club."— Presentation transcript:
MON 27 th April Y11 Assembly – Main Hall (DA) P2 Music Recitals IR Group – Arc 6 students P3 Music Recitals IR Group - Arc 6 students 1.10 pm MP6 Club – L2 TUES 28 th April Y10 Assembly – Main Hall (DA) 1.15 pm Languages Club in L pm SEN Homework Club in G pm ‘Tuesday Byte’ (Homework Help, crafts, fun!) – Learning Forum WED 29 th April Y9 Assembly – Main Hall (DA) Y7 Assembly – Learning Forum (JM) 2.30 pm Student Council Sign Language Club – H5 THURS 30 th April Y8 Assembly – Main Hall (DA) Junior Maths Challenge 1 pm Spanish Club in L pm SEN Homework Club in G3 FRI 1 st May Y7 Assembly – Main Hall (DA) Y8 Assembly – Learning Forum (DB) P1/P2 Y11 English Literature – Top Gym P5 GCSE History – normal lesson time
LunchtimeAfter School Monday Lexia in G2 (invite only) Tuesday year 10 student council in H5Tuesday after school Create Club in the Community Hall. Wednesday Lexia in G2 (invite only)Y11 MATHS SUPPORT M2, M3 AND M5 Thursday Lexia in G2 (invite only) Year 11 student council in H5 Friday
Thinking of Your Safety Do not give out your personal details to online mates. Personal stuff includes your messenger id, address, mobile number and any pictures of you. If you publish a picture or video online-anyone can change it or share it. SPAM/junk & texts: don't believe it, reply to it or use it. Do not open files that are from people you don't know. Some people lie online. Do not have online mates you have not personally talked to first. It’s never too late to tell someone if something makes you feel uncomfortable. There are people who can help. Report online abuse to your parents and/or teacher.
Expectations for Everyday Plain Black Sweatshirt for all years Plain white polo shirt with collar Plain black trousers (no jeans, tracksuit bottoms or leggings) plain black skirt (knee length or longer), no shorts Plain black belt for supporting trousers (not a fashion belt) Plain black footwear, no obvious trainers, no multi coloured or florescent laces Plain outdoor coat, not a hoodie sweatshirt, no denim jackets or leather/leather effect jackets, no obvious large brand writing Bag for personal planner, pen, home learning folders etc!
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Hunt the Hamilton Horse
House challenge There will be a house point challenge every Monday, just for Year 7 and 8 The challenge is to HUNT THE HAMILTON HORSE! Somewhere around the school a picture of the Hamilton Horse will be hidden during the day He will then be brought back to the stables for the rest of the week
House challenge To win your tutor group a house point, find the horse Your tutor must then the answer to Miss Iredale during registration on Tuesday
Look out for Friday’s house challenge…Can you work out the riddle this week? Riddle me this…
During Lesson Time Any students receiving music tuition should sign in at student reception when they come to the Music/Drama department. This will prevent late or absent marks.
Individual Tuition During Lessons and After School If you are interested in one-to-one music tuition lessons (guitar, keyboard, drum), please speak to someone in the Drama/Music department and collect a letter. For those who received tuition last academic year, a letter will be given to your tutors. If you would like to continue with tuition, please return the reply slip asap.
For Your Attention Should any student wish to book a rehearsal space in the Drama/Music department during lunchtimes, they must book in MONDAY BREAKTIME. Students are now allowed one booking a week and will be marked in on arrival.
All students are expected to bring kit to their PE lessons – this includes those students that have a note stating they are ill or injured (you will still be expected to take an active role in the lesson). The kit needs to consist of: Indoor: Plain blue polo (collared) shirt Dark bottoms/shorts Clean trainers Outdoor: Plain blue polo (collared) shirt Dark jumper Dark bottoms Trainers/Boots depending on the activity Your teacher will allow sports jackets & hooded tops in certain circumstances – if they feel they are not required, or could be a health & safety risk, you will not be allowed to wear them.
What’s going on in the PE Faculty Extra-curricular activities, until Easter Day Club Years Time Mon. Tues.Boys Cricket Club – Sports Hall Boys and Girls Softball club – Field (Meet at New Gym) Years 9 & 10 Years :45 – 3:45pm Weds. Girls Rounders Club – Field (meet at New Gym)Years :45 – 3:45pm Thurs.Boys Cricket Club – Sports HallYears 7 & 82:45 – 3:45pm Fri.GCSE PE Revision - E2Year – 3.30pm These activities are open to everyone, regardless of ability. Why not come along and have a go!!
Get involved in creating your school’s newsletter! All years welcome!
ENGLISH HOMEWORK CLUB WHEN? MON, WED AND THUR – IT5 (for Doddle Homework) Collect Lunch passes from English Office at break
Come and help Hamilton become the best school in Leicester. ANYONE CAN COME TO SEE THE STUDENT LEADERS IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO SAY.
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The Medical Room is open to all students all day, to go to the medical room you must: Get a mark from your class teacher Get a mark from your class teacher Be given a note by your class teacher Be given a note by your class teacher If any of these things have not been done you will be turned away. Unless it is an EMERGENCY
Once you have been seen by a member of staff, if you are well enough you will be sent straight back to class. If you get any worse throughout the day, speak to your class teacher and they will let you return to the medical room.
If the member of staff feels you need to go home, parents or guardians will be contacted for you to be collected from school. No student will be allowed to leave school without a parent guardian, this is the law.
Being sent home if your condition is not serious is wasting your time which is impacting on vital learning. It is also wasting time that could be spent with situations that are serious. Be responsible and make the right choices!
Medical Room. Science. Design and Technology P.E Reception Integrated Services Centre SEN Office