Auditions, JOSH A SAILOR and Careers Presentations
Another action packed week for the Third Years comes to an end. With Half Term fast approaching, one last big push to keep the merits coming in! Monday’s Tutor Period was spent with the boys completing the DASH test and then having a School Council discussion in their Forms. The individual points made by the Third Year Forms will be passed on to the Whole School Council for consideration. During Thursday’s PSHE sessions the Third Year boys delivered their Career Presentations to the rest of their Forms. The boys demonstrated excellent oracy skills throughout – Well done boys!
Third Year Special mentions:
Well done to the following boys who sat the UK Linguistics Olympiad this morning:
Congratulations to the following Third Years involved with the LEHMUN:
James D – did really well in a team of two representing Brazil, that should have been a team of 4!
Saim N – award for highly commended delegation (Poland)
Suryaksh T – award for highly commended delegation (Poland)
(For all three boys it was their first full conference)
Luke T – outstanding delegate award representing Poland on the Political committee. This is a fantastic achievement for Luke and also highly commended delegation (Poland)
Summer Show auditions: “Rats’ Tales”
The show is called Rats’ Tales by Carol Ann Duffy and is a collection of seven dark & humorous fairy tales….
Auditions are taking place next week. Monday 11 February 4pm – 5.45pm, Tuesday 12 February Lunchtime 12.45pm – 1.45pm and Wednesday 13 February 4pm – 5.45pm. Boys do not need to sign up for a slot but must look at the audition pack and scenes which will be on firefly.
Six Nations Rugby Fantasy League 2019
Congratulations to the Manager of JOSH A SAILOR, who can pick up his edible prize from the HoY for taking a very impressive first place after week one of the Six Nations. Don’t forget to fine-tune your teams ahead of the next round and remember, there will be a prize for overall winner and the highest placing team for round two. For the record, Mr Studt would also like to make it clear that is not his second team.
Now, your chance to win merits and an edible prize…
This week’s question comes from the History Department:
If you think you know, take your answer to Miss Smith or Mr Rigby in the Third Year Office for the chance of winning merits…
Third Year Inter-Form Competition Update- The Wills’ Cup:
Every year, the Third Year compete in a wide range of events in the Inter Form Competition. The Wills’ Cup, donated by two long serving members of the Pastoral Team, is awarded at Prizegiving to the Form which amassed the most amount of points in competitions running throughout the School Year, which range from a variety of sports to activities such as Chess and a Quiz.
|FORM||POINTS IN EVENT 1 (Teambuilding)||POINTS IN EVENT 2 (Dodgeball)||POINTS IN EVENT 3 (Cross-country)||POINTS IN EVENT 4 (Volleyball)||POINTS IN EVENT 4 (Table Tennis)||Points for no detentions||Total|