The photographs above show scenes from last weeks Year 11 parents’ evening, attended by 86% of parents.
Immediately prior to the mock examinations, it was an appropriate opportunity to discuss progress, reinforce what needs to be done and to fully appreciate the importance of the next few months.
The mock exams begin on 1st December, concluding on 16th.
All our Year 11s, without exception, should be fully involved in revising for these key examinations.
Head of Music, Ms Brown, provides us with more details:
“Trinity Church of England High School’s Gospel Choir have once again shown themselves to be a wonderful source of inspiration.
The choir, under the leadership of Carla Ellington, recently joined in a special event hosted by the Manchester Music Service to celebrate Black History month at the Martin Harris Centre for Music and Drama.
Students returned to school on Monday with the opportunities and challenges of a new half term facing them.
A particularly important time for our Year 11s, shown above, as they prepare for their mock examinations which take place from 1st - 10th December.
Everyone should aim to gain the highest possible grades in English and mathematics, and back this up with a package of good passes in subjects appropriate to the next stage of their education.
LRB Manager, Mr Richardson, writes:
“The ability to read, write well and communicate effectively can be a very influential factor in person's success. As with any skill, practice is key, and reading makes very good practice.
For this reason, when students join us in Year 7 they follow an accelerated reader programme which encourages them to read for pleasure.
The framework offers them a structure and incentives to improve their literacy skills while earning rewards and being kept informed of their progress.