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KES parent bulletin 8 7 16
Parent Bulletin
Friday, 8th July 2016
Dates for your Diary:
Sunday 17th July – Gold D of E assessment, Euro Disney trip
Wednesday 20th July – End of summer term
Thursday 18th August - A Level results day
Thursday 25th August - GCSE results day
Monday 5th September – Autumn term begins
Anti-Bullying Ambassadors News
On Wednesday 29th July, a number of students were host to a bake sale during break and lunchtime in
which many ambassadors brought in their own baked goods and took the time to open stall in the Main
Hall. In just a single day, we managed to raise £136.27 on cake sales alone, which will be contributed
towards the training for Anti-Bullying.
The pupils involved, as well as demonstrating compassion towards their fellow pupils in involving
themselves, are a vital asset to the academy in their good organisation, commitment and excellent manner
during the day. Students like these show an excellent example of what we wish the academy to be. You
have made Miss Geraghty extremely proud of you all :)
Thanks and credits go to the following students:
Ruby Dixon, Viktorija Ivanova, Nathan Plume, Tinishia Carter, Amy Fyson, Taylor Everitt, Caitlin
Hornigold, Daniel Pereira, Bruna Rodrigues, Victoria Caldwell, Andriy Nevdachin and Daniel Medeiros.
For their outstanding work on Wednesday in contributing and selling cakes on behalf of AB ambassadors.
There is no way we could've done this without their commitment and hard work.
Also:
Caitlin Lord, Adele Eke, Sasha Toop and Charlee Adair
For giving up their Wednesday breaktime, lunchtime and using period 6 to organise and make money for
the bake sale. They showed excellent leadership and great initiative to get as much money for their
training as possible. I'm so proud and impressed by their utter commitment to the cause.
MFL X Factor
On Thursday 30 June, all Y8 students were off timetable periods 5 and 6 as it was our annual MFL X
Factor afternoon. Since the beginning of the half term, students had been practising and were filmed in
either their Spanish lessons or one of their French lessons. They had to sing a song in the target language
and be filmed in order to show it to the rest of the year group, as well as to our four judges.
They all worked really hard and it was a challenge for the judges (Miss Backham, Mr Barker, Mr Brown
and Mr McNeil) to decide who the best group was. We also had the chance to have a special guest judge Simon Rowe from KLFM who spent the afternoon with us and said that it was “a fantastic opportunity” for
students.
The winners of our MFL X Factor 2016 are 8R French!
The competition was very close this year with only a couple of points separating the winning group to
the next three! All students were a credit to the Academy and made all of us in the MFL department very
proud teachers.
MFL Star of the Week:
Congratulations again to 8R French! Well done!
Star of the week in MFL this week:
Watch
this space for the new Y8 cohort next year!
year 7 - Madison Clothier KT11
year 8 - 8R French - well done for winning the X Factor competition!
year 9 - Gabriel Deacon-Mendez GW5
year 10 - Anzelika Milevskaja EY9
GCSE & A Level results
GCE results will be available at 9am on Thursday 18th August and GCSE a week later on 25th August.
If a student cannot attend in person they can nominate someone to pick them up on their behalf. That
person will need to bring a note from the student giving the authority to collect their results. We will not
release results otherwise.
CWA Academy Trust Diploma Awards
We look forward to welcoming invited students and their guests on Tuesday, 12th July to the Corn
Exchange in King's Lynn for the first CWA Academy Trust Diploma Awards ceremony.
As invited guests who have responded to our RSVP, we have your registration for attending this event
already therefore it is not necessary to download a ticket to attend.
Doors open at 6.30pm, the event commences at 7pm.
Students will be briefed about arrangements prior to the event, they should attend in full (smart) school
uniform.
UKMT Mathematical Challenges 2015-2016
Over 150 KES Academy students entered the UKMT Mathematical Challenges during this academic year.
These are National competitions for all age groups from Year 7 up to Year 13. The top performers
nationally receive certificates and the following Academy pupils were successful:
Senior Challenge
James Lofts – Gold
Kayleigh Hellard – Bronze
Karl Brown – Bronze
George Surrage – Bronze
Holly Thompson - Bronze
Intermediate Challenge
Joe Scoles – Silver
Ashmethaa Ashokkumar – Silver
Tilly Riches – Silver
Chester Davies – Bronze
Chloe Watson – Bronze
Alex James – Bronze
Alicia Backham – Bronze
Bradley Neporadnyj – Bronze
Morgan Smith - Bronze
Junior Challenge
Peter Rachkov – Silver
Jade Smalley – Silver
Jacob Benstead – Silver
Henry Ryder – Silver
Ewa Pieczykolan – Silver
Cameron Backham – Bronze
Ritchie Garnett – Bronze
Freddie Laws – Bronze
Louie Crown – Bronze
Oran Toll – Bronze
Tristan Anton – Bronze
Josh Preston – Bronze
Hannah Denney – Bronze
Hannah Stout – Bronze
Jacob Gyton – Bronze
Vladislava Prieskina – Bronze
Jasmine Ayas – Bronze
Anton Baskaran – Bronze
Eliot Prentice - Bronze
Kieran Taylor - Bronze
Oliver Leman - Bronze
Keane Mott - Bronze
Alfie Goodchild - Bronze
Bradley Kearvell - Bronze
Presentation Evening
Presentation evening for Year 7-10 was held last night and was a very enjoyable occasion. It was great to
see so many students and parents present. Well done to all who organised it and participated in it.
Winners were:
Year 7
English
Mathematics
Science
Art
Computer Science
Design Technology
Drama
Food Technology
Geography
History
Modern Languages
Music
PE - Boys
PE - Girls
Religious Education
Year 8
Attainment
Attainment
Winner
Winner
Eliya Ganea
Jacob Gyton
Jacob Gyton
Ewa Pieczykolan
Vladislava Prieskina
Ruby Kirby
Keane Bloom
Tinishia Carter
Jasmine Ayas
Ewa Pieczykolan
Nell Ashworth
Tayah Farnham
Charlie Steeles
Abby Watson
Vladislava Prieskina
English
Mathematics
Science
Art
Computer Science
Design Technology
Drama
Food Technology
Geography
History
Modern Languages
Music
PE - Boys
PE - Girls
Religious Education
Year 8
Year 7
Progress/Effort
Progress/Effort
Winner
Winner
English
Mathematics
Science
Art
Computer Science
Design Technology
Drama
Food Technology
Geography
History
Modern Languages
Music
PE - Boys
PE - Girls
Religious Education
Yana Rachkova
Tristan Anton
Tristan Anton
Anya Biran
Peter Rachkov
Danielle Grimes
Lauren Dalby
Ilga Aleksejeva
Lauren Southwell
Anya Biran
Peter Rachkov
Cameron Backham
Thomas Saunderson
Katie Ward
Alice Gill
Chloe McGivern
Kaci Hitchcock
Lilija Rogova
Anton Baskaran
Ruby Kirby
Emilia Bastian
Oliwier Wyszomirski
Gabija Suruda
Samuel Shipp
Jessica Rutter
Tyler Boswell
Ema Tomkova
Aivaras Pulmanas
Rebecca Bush
Tyler Boswell
English
Mathematics
Science
Art
Computer Science
Design Technology
Drama
Food Technology
Geography
History
Modern Languages
Music
PE - Boys
PE - Girls
Religious Education
Hannah Denney
Lauren Dalby
Louie Crown
Bailey Took
Gabrielius Pupeikis
Edward Bird
Zack Reed
Tyler Graver
Emma Bailey
Alice Gill
Grace Vonk
Jacob Benstead
Liam Hails
Shanel Upton
Tyler Chipperfield
Year 9
Year 9
Attainment
Progress/Effort
Winner
English
Mathematics
Science
Ancient History
Art
Business Studies
Child Development
Computing
Drama
Food and Nutrition
Geography
Graphics
History
ICT
Latin
Media Studies
Modern Languages
Music
PE - Boys
PE - Girls
Photography
Religious Education
Resistant Materials
Aimee Cousins
Jacob Biran
Joesph Karreman
Matthew Bowen
Evie Sissons
Vivian Pham
Alice Drummond
Joesph Karreman
Ruby Dixon
Lauren Noble
Jacob Biran
Chloe Graver
Sinead Marry-Woods
Mia Farnham
Alexandra Petriv-Shaw
Lily Burton
Mia Farnham
Sinead Marry-Woods
Joe Taylor
Lauren Noble
Lily Burton
Callum Britton
Marina Zenkova
Year 10
Winner
English
Mathematics
Science
Ancient History
Art
Business Studies
Child Development
Computing
Drama
Food and Nutrition
Geography
Graphics
History
ICT
Latin
Media Studies
Modern Languages
Music
PE - Boys
PE - Girls
Photography
Religious Education
Resistant Materials
Year 10
Attainment
Progress/Effort
Winner
English
Mathematics
Science
Art
Business Studies
Child Development
Classical Civilisation
Computing
Drama
Food and Nutrition
Geography
Graphics
History
ICT
Latin
Media Studies
Modern Languages
Music
PE - Boys
PE - Girls
Photography
Religious Education
Resistant Materials
Matthew Bowen
Eimantas Endriukatis
Rhiannon Ankers
Lauren Yates
Stevie-Leigh Cordy
Daniel Pereira
Shannon Woods
Samanta Strauta
Caitlin Hornigold
Samuel Tann
Connor Pyper
Rhiannon Ankers
Connor Pyper
Liepa Liubachonskyte
Vivian Pham
Connor Dumpleton
Ashley Hutchison
Katrina Borovika
Alex Sherratt
Lucy Koenigsberger
Charlotte Colclough
Jacob Summersgill
Joseph Clunan
Ella Witney
Tilly Riches
Aaron Butler
Veronika Lapkovska
Alicia Backham
Emielia Burch
Ella Witney
Alex Stevenson
Isobel Mitchell
Sophe French
Adonia Ganea
Chloe Russell
Isobel Mitchell
Mitchell Crown
Aaron Butler
Molly Blackmur
Nico Pates
Alfie Rayner
Nico Pates
Aimee Colman
Sasha Pointer
Tamsin Barnes
Mitchell Crown
Winner
English
Mathematics
Science
Art
Business Studies
Child Development
Classical Civilisation
Computing
Drama
Food and Nutrition
Geography
Graphics
History
ICT
Latin
Media Studies
Modern Languages
Music
PE - Boys
PE - Girls
Photography
Religious Education
Resistant Materials
Chloe Russell
Oliver Perry
George Barsted
Catherine Goncalves
Holly Jillings
Mysty Simper
Bethan Willey
Norberts Grazuls
Jessica Harding
Emily Fuller
Grantas Sarkauskas
Connor Germaney
Ronnie Waters
Agnieszka Maciak
Bazena Puckova
Agnieszka Maciak
Jordan Delph
Emily Stoutt
Conor Clarke
Chloe Plume
Molly Lee
Tilly Riches
Armandas Ruginis
EDINBURGH YORK NEWS:
Student receptionists:- Extremely helpful, thank you.
Isaac Souleyman
Ieva Stanionyte
Corby Mason
Aivaras Pulmanas
Students of the week:Owen Banyard
Pedro Castro
Trachelle Dela Cruz
Good work board:Robert Addis
George Barsted
Bobbi Kennedy
Vivos – Top Ten:-
KEENE THORESBY NEWS:
Attendance – 30 June to 06 July
Well done to KT 3 who managed to overturn KT 8’s monopoly on the attendance this week with a
magnificent attendance figure of 95.8%. Well done to Mr Wheeler and his class
Vivo’s – 30 June to 06 July
What an absolute amazing achievement by Gwen Newbury last week who managed to be awarded no
fewer than 222 vivo’s in one week which is excellent news, well done young lady!
GLOUCESTER WINDSOR NEWS:
Unfortunately, Mrs Wright has been out of school this week and therefore unable to provide a report for
this week’s bulletin.
News from this week will be included in next week’s bulletin.
LANCASTER SCHOOL NEWS:
Congratulations to LS2 for a magnificent attendance of 99% - well done everyone that is a fantastic
achievement especially so late in the term!
Winners of the form attainment of the week this week goes to LS4 for the 2nd week running. Well done,
you have collected 190 vivos this week.
Student of the week for the 2nd week running is Jakub Cymek – what a fantastic achievement, Jakub has
only been with us a few weeks and has won this title twice!
Please continue to bring in pink slips/ absence notes following your child’s illness – without these it will be
classed as unauthorised.
Vivos – we are coming to the end of the term and vivos are being given out which is great to see. Please
make sure that you spend them in the online shop - any queries please see me.
Next Friday will be our final assembly of the year and awards will be given. All names will be added to next
week’s parentmail.
Have a fab weekend everyone.
Mrs Stonach
Sporting Fixtures:
Up and coming sporting fixtures & events for week beginning 11th July 2016:
Monday 11th July
U13/14 Boys Cricket
Area Competition
Wednesday 13th July
U15 Girls rounders
Terrington (H)
Thursday 14th July
U12 Cricket
County cup final
Friday 15th July
Angling
KES competition
Boy’s results:
U12
Cricket
Marshland
U14
Cricket
Downham
Won
Lost
Sports day is being held today – Good Luck and Well Done to all sports day competitors!
Reports to follow next week.
Hannah
Stoutt
Alina
Subbotina
Lottie Davies
Charlee Adair
William
Sturgeon
Jacob Benstead
Sefton Shillingford
Ryan Mear
No Booking Required
£6 Cars / £8 vans and cars with
trailers
NO Caterers or Games of Chance
NO ANIMALS ALLOWED — NO
EXCEPTIONS
Sunday 10th July 2016
From 7 am to 1 pm
Pitch Holders on site from 5.30 am
MAXIMUM SPEED ON SCHOOL GROUNDS 5MPH
Refreshments and Food available
Limited Parking in School—Disabled Drivers Priority
Parking behind Gaywood shops NOT in Tescos or
Strikes Car Park
Stallholders are reminded to take away ALL unwanted items/
rubbish with them
Registered Charity No 102106

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