YEAR 10 AWARDS EVENING: 28th June 2016 has been postponed until further notice.
On Friday 16th June, the Arter Library was delighted to welcome Matt Dollive, adventurer and cyclist, to speak to students.
Matt left his job at Loughton Leisure Centre as a swimming instructor 2 years ago to begin his journey as a lone cyclist across Europe, America and Asia.
Matt cycled 16,547 miles across the three continents, and spoke to students in Years 7 & 10 about some of his experiences. His adventures included wild camping, pitching his tent on the side of the road to help make his budget stretch further and encountering some challenging wild life, including scorpions, giant ants and a wild Elk in Norway. Matt also spoke of the kindness of strangers during his travels and his experiences of an earthquake in India.
Matt has written about his time as a lone adventurer in a blog and is currently writing a book for children.
OPEN EVENING FOR YEAR 7 ADMISSIONS
The school will be open from 6.30-9.00 pm on Thursday 6 October 2016. Members of the Sixth Form will guide prospective students and their parents round the school premises. The Headteacher will talk in the School Hall at
6.45 pm and again at 8.00 pm. (approximate times).
During the following week (10-14 October) parents, who were not able to attend the Open Evening, are welcome to visit the School during the normal working day. Please telephone school reception if you wish to book a visit. Tours will be at 9.15 am and 1.30 pm.
NB The Headteacher’s first talk is normally very busy and the Hall doors are closed for safety reasons once capacity has been reached. Parents are advised to arrive early or take a tour of the school first and attend the later talk.
Car parking at the school is limited with local roads becoming congested. Should you need to park in the surrounding roads please have regard to the access that our neighbours require to their properties. If you are able to walk to the School, car-share or use public transport then please do so.