Archive for December, 2014

As we come to the end of another busy term, it’s time to reflect on your successes, and perhaps more importantly, where you need to improve. Hopefully you have received lots of helpful feedback this term to help you improve your skills. The use of DITs seems to be paying off and you’re now much better at responding to the feedback you have been given.

The Christmas holidays will obviously be a time to rest and have fun, but for some, there’s still work to be done. For year 12 this means working on the first draft of their AS coursework as well as reading Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray.

Year 11 might like to buy their own copies of Susan Hill’s The Woman In Black and get reading so that they keep one step ahead of the spooky goings on!

But to all of you, I hope that you have an amazing holiday and I look forward to welcoming you back in January 2015!