As we get ready to break up for the summer holidays, please can we remind you that students are only allowed to wear ankle or knee socks next year – we do not allow students to wear trainer or over the thigh socks. Also, please be aware that elasticated tube skirts are not appropriate.
Please click here to view our suggested appropriate footwear.
You will all be aware that we were visited by OFSTED on 26-27th June for a full two day inspection. The timing was interesting as we had our 230 year 6 students in for transition week and the hottest days ever!
We have now had the full report through and would urge you to read it in full.
Click here to view the report.
You will be aware that Shuttleworth College is currently recruiting two parent Governors.
Since there have been more nominations than there are vacancies, we are required to hold an election. On the documents below there are statements from each candidate regarding the skills and experience they would bring to the Governing Body as well as a Ballot paper and Eligibility to Vote form. Please read the information prior to sending your vote. Each parent is entitled to one vote for their preferred candidate.
Ballot forms should be returned no later than 4pm Friday 13th July 2018.
Year 11 students who do not study Citizenship or Graphics can leave on Friday 15th June after the Physics exam at 10.30-11am. Graphics students are asked to stay for a revision session 11.30-12.30pm and then they can go home.
All Citizenship students have an exam Friday afternoon and then a revision session 2-3pm for their next exam on Monday.
Public Health England recently announced they have seen an increase in Measles outbreaks across the UK. This increase in circulation of the virus is mainly associated with travel to and from Europe where there are large ongoing Measles outbreaks.
Young people and adults aged 15 and over who missed out on MMR vaccine when they were younger and some under-vaccinated communities have been particularly affected.
We have now added a page that includes information on how to stay safe and how to identify symptoms of the virus, which you can see by clicking on the link below:
As stated in a recent letter, Thursday 1st March is World Book Day. I am writing to you to clarify the expectations for students who would like to dress up in fancy dress as a character,
As we are keen to promote reading for pleasure we are inviting students to dress as their favourite fictional character from a well-known book on Thursday 1st March. We hope that this will help to create a buzz about books and reading around school. Students need to bring the book which features their chosen character. Prizes will be awarded for the best dressed.
Characters must be clearly recognisable as this is a fancy dress opportunity. Last year successful costumes included Alice in Wonderland, the Cat in the Hat, the Demon Dentist and Where’s Wally. Students may not wear skinny jeans, tracksuits or football strips. Students may not just wear jeans and a T-shirt. Make-up may not be worn unless face paint is required for the costume. Please see the images overleaf which show acceptable costumes.
I must make it clear that this is not a non-uniform day. If students choose not to dress up in fancy dress as a character they must attend school in full uniform. Any students who arrive in their own clothes, not in fancy dress as a character, will be asked to return home and change into full uniform.
In order to raise money for Book Aid International we will ask for a voluntary donation of 50p from the children who are dressed up.
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact Miss R Roach at the school.