School Newsletter - Issue 16

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School Newsletter - Issue 16
Issue 16
Kings Langley News
Kings Langley News
Diary Dates
10th January
Y7A, Y9A & Y10A Boys
Football v Samuel Ryder (A)
12th January
Y12/Y13 Assessment Week
Y9 Boys Basketball V Ashlyns
(H)
13th January
Y8 Football V Tring (H)
14th January
On Friday 21st November Kings Langley School opened its door to host
an audition for the forthcoming production from Hertfordshire Youth
County Theatre. Organised by Miss Wilson over 30 students both from
KLS and surrounding schools flexed their drama muscles to try out for
a part in Peter Pan which will take place in April 2015 at Watford
Y8 Rugby v Queens (H)
15th January
Y10 Rugby v SCD (H)
19th January
Palace Theatre.
Y12/Y13 Assessment Week
Students took part in group activities to demonstrate their skills
22nd January
showing confidence, energy and enthusiasm.
Y11 Subject Consultation
It is therefore very pleasing to announce that Jade Kelly in Year 9 has
4.30pm-8pm
been offered a part in the performance beating over 200 students in
total from all the local auditions.
Well done Jade! We look forward to seeing you tread the
boards!
Parking Notice
Please can parents refrain from dropping
off or collecting students within the school
grounds at the beginning and the end of
the day. Buses are the only permitted
vehicles to be dropping off and collecting
students within the school at these times.
I am sure you can appreciate our
concerns are for the safety of all our
students and your cooperation would be
gratefully appreciated.
Amy Bone , Lucy Smith, Ben Kinsella, Ellie
Mackenzie Taylor, Trinity-Rose Oakley,
Abigail Clark, Nicole McKerrow-Dan,
Marshall, Charlotte Speed and Charlie Mizon
For 4 Levels of Progress in Maths
Lily Setterfield, Gabriella Stillwell-Dodge,
Robyn Donaldson and Niamh Janes
Harry Stedman, TJ Eluem, Arthur Hardman,
For 5 levels of progress in Maths
Charles Attwood, Lauren Gooden,
Jack Madle
Ashley Halsey, Francesca Webster,
For achieving best in School in a senior
Gemma Rees, Rosie Tunnadine, Sally Hicks,
maths challenge
Jade Kelly, Libby Maskell, Grace McGuigan,
Tia Ogilvie, Mille Knights, Thea Smith,
Hannah Bunker, Annabelle Chapman,
Charlotte Mead, Jimmy Tucker, James O’Neill
Joe Brownsell
For stickability and independent effort and
learning
and Maya Batavia
For team participation in the 2014
Shakespeare School Festival
Hollie Buckoke
Rotary chef competition finalist
Archie Ware
For preparing and presenting an excellent
discussion topic for tutor time
Website Maintenance
Maintenance is being
carried out on our website
on the 13th January
between 8.00pm and
10.00pm.
During this time you will not be able to use
the site.
Maurice Sylvester
For taking on the running of the School Jazz
Band
Will Taylor
For taking on the running of the School Guitar
Ensemble
Below is the priority programme for the year 11 after school revision classes. To avoid clashes with subjects, we have
identified the priority subject for students to attend on each day - if their subject teacher does not require them to attend on
their priority evening, then there may be other subjects that they can attend instead, and students and staff will communicate
about these separately, having checked with the priority subject teacher first. Please note: It will not be possible for students
to attend a non-priority revision session, if they are required to attend the priority subject, but just do not want to go.
There will be a Saturday and holiday revision timetable being published for students to sign up to before February half term,
and there will be further revision and interventions happening within school, however it is crucial that students take
responsibility for their own revision too.
On Tuesday 3rd March, we have Tim Benton coming in to do some work with year 11 on revision skills and techniques. Tim
will also be doing a parents' presentation in the evening that all year 11 parents will be invited to. Please mark this date in
your diaries - it is well worth it as many year 12 parents will testify to as they attended last year.
By Mrs R Jennings
Year 11 priorities evenings for revision
WB
5/1
12/1
19/1
26/1
2/2
9/2
MO
Gg
Eng
PE/MEDIA
Gg
Eng
PE/MEDIA
Fr IT
Hi
RE
Fr IT
Hi
RE
MU/DR
N
TUE
S
WE
Sp PA
Sp PA
Tech
Sc
MU
Tech
Sc
ART
Bs
DR
ART
Bs
D
THU
R
FRI
Controlled assessment catch up
Half Term
WB
23/2
2/3
9/3
16/3
23/3
30/3
MO
Gg
Eng
PE/MEDIA
Gg
Eng
PE/MEDIA
Fr IT
Hi
RE
Fr IT
Hi
RE
Tech
Sc
MU
ART
Bs
N
TUE
S
WE
Sp PA
Sp PA
Tech
Sc
ART
Bs
MU/DR
D
THU
R
FRI
Controlled assessment catch up
Easter Break
WB
20/4
27/4
4/5
MO
Gg
Eng
Fr IT
Hi
RE
Tech
Sc
MU/DR
ART
Bs
STUDY LEAVE/SCHOOL programme to be
N
TUE
S
WE
11/5 – 22/5
issued at later date
Sp PA
D
THU
R
FRI
Controlled assessment catch up

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