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|Welcome to the Sydenham School weekly e-newsletter: Edition 155
we have listened to what parents have said about what they want from the newsletter and made some changes….
Message from the Head
Welcome back to the Spring 2 term – and indeed the mornings and evenings are getting noticeably lighter which is a very welcome thing!
There are some important events coming up this half term; next week we have:
There is also a very important Year 11 Parents’ Evening Wednesday 9th March starting at 4pm which is essential for Year 11 Parents to attend as we approach the last 10 weeks of Year 11 time at the school pre GCSE examinations.
This is also the last half term that we will occupy the Basil Spence Buildings as we move fully into our newly refurbished buildings at Easter. Therefore please be aware that the day either side of the Easter holiday have been put aside for staff to pack and move. The students’ last day at school will be Wednesday 23rd March and they will return after the Easter holidays on Tuesday 12th April at 12.00pm for Period 4
Wishing you a very pleasant weekend
Until the Lions Dance Trip
On Tuesday 19th January 2016, a group of Year 12 students went on a dance trip to watch a performance of ‘Until the Lions’. It took place in the incredible 360° setting of London’s Roundhouse and is by the multi award-winning choreographer and dancer Akram Khan.
‘Until the Lions’ is set to be one of Khan’s most startling and spectacular works to date, in which he will perform alongside two of his company dancers and four live musicians.
The combinations of all these aspects made the performance an overall enjoyable experience”.
|Dress Up Day 3rd March|
Dress Up Day is part of Literacy Week and is taking place on World Book Day. It is about getting a buzz going about books and reading so the costumes have to be related to characters from books plays or films.
Students can either enter the competition as an individual or as a group.
Students must collect and complete a registration form
On Thursday 25 March, a group of year 7 students attended a production of 'Blood Brothers' at Bromley's Churchill Theatre. The group were spellbound and loved every aspect of the show.
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