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Mr Tate


Mrs Day and Mrs Fletcher visited Mr Tate last night and he was overwhelmed by your messages. We raised £360 on Sports Day which will really help support Mr Tate in his recovery. All your cards, pictures and countless best wishes were passed onto Mr Tate. Please see his personal message below which is for all students and staff.

“Hi everyone, just to let you all know I am on the road to recovery. Thank you so much to you all for your kind cards/presents/posters/leaflets and donations. Your fantastic support is helping me to recover quicker and I will be back in school at some point next year.

Have a deserved restful break over the summer and you can all look forward to some wacky but wonderful Mr Tate lessons next year when I am back. I miss you all so much, I have been thinking of you lot all the time and I can’t wait to be back to see you all. Lots and lots and lots of love from Mr Tate xxx”

‘Green for Grenfell’

On Friday, we will be supporting ‘Green for Grenfell’, to raise some funds for the victims of the Grenfell tower fire.

To support this cause:
- Students and staff can, if they wish, wear something green. This could be an item of clothing such as a green tie or green socks or a green badge. Please note that the uniform should otherwise be unaltered and that items of clothing such as shirts, trousers, shoes and blazers cannot be changed and large items of clothing such as green jumpers or jackets cannot be worn.
- ‘Go Green for Grenfell’ stickers will be available for students / staff who do not have any of the green items of clothing suggested above.
- Students and staff are encouraged to make a donation to the ‘Green for Grenfell’ fund, either in cash on the day or online via the following link
- Cash donations can be made during the day in the collection buckets that will be made available throughout the day.

Year 11 Prom and The Prom Breakfast

A message for parents/carers

Please click on the link below to see the letter that has been given to all year 11 students regarding the arrangements for this week’s Prom and The Prom Breakfast.

This year, we would like to welcome family members of our year 11 students to attend The Prom Breakfast and be part of this special event, as we say goodbye to a wonderful group of students. The event begins with the procession at 11.05am and this is followed by refreshments and then a leavers’ assembly in the Performance Area. The whole event will take just under 1 hour. We appreciate that you may not be able to stay for the whole hour, though I would urge you to try and be present for the procession, as this is quite magical.

If you would like to attend The Prom Breakfast, please contact Mrs Smith on 01226 721194. Please let her know if you also intend to stay for refreshments.

To make the event even more special, we would like the students to attend the event in their Prom attire from the previous evening and would be grateful if you could encourage them to do this.

Thank you for all of your support throughout the last 5 years. These children did not mature into such incredible young adults without all of your hard work and dedication.

Family members of year 11 students are invited to The Prom Breakfast at 11am on Friday June 23rd at Outwood Academy Carlton. Please see the website for details and contact Mrs Smith on 01226 721194 to confirm your attendance.

Academy Library

This term we had chess and scrabble competitions in the school Library, during the enrichment period, which has been a great success. A huge thank you to all students who took part in the competition and congratulations to the winners.

The outright winner of the Scrabble Challenge final heat is Amy Jackson in Year 7.

The winner of the Chess Challenge final heat, once again unbeaten, is Jianing Jobson in Year 8.

Both winners received a shopping voucher and and Easter egg.

All students received a small prize for entering.