Verulam Voice Issue 2 – 2018/19 published

The latest online version of the Verulam Voice has been published.


Young Carers Lunchtime Group

European Day of Languages

Wellbeing Village

News from Mr Ramsey

FEED news

Many thanks to all those parents and pupils who have already donated to this year’s FEED food bank collection. We will continue to collect donations next week.

I would like to give a special mention to Charlie Thomas, Sam Logie, Finlay Killner and Ethan Bailey who clubbed together to raise £100. They then went to Tesco to buy items on Buy One Get One Free offers and persuaded the Store Manager to add further donations!

Wellbeing Village

On Thursday 18th October 2018 from 2.30pm to 7pm St Albans Girls School is hosting a “Wellbeing Village”. This is a gathering of professionals dedicated to providing wellbeing and mental health support to children and families. Visitors will be able to meet and talk to accredited specialists from a range of organisations working to support young pupils’ mental health and wellbeing. Parents are welcome to attend. Workshops commence at 4pm, 5pm and 6pm. Full details are attached.

Young Carers’ Lunchtime Group Launched

Mrs Furse one of our Learning Support Assistants, is launching a lunchtime support group for young carers every Monday lunchtime from 1pm in Learning Support. If your son or daughter is a young carer, please encourage them to come along.

Open Day 2018

I would be very grateful if parents could support the school by sharing news of our Open Day on Saturday 29th September 2018 from 9.00am to 12.00pm. We have published details of the event on our Facebook page and would encourage parents to share this if possible.

Headmaster’s Commendation

This week’s Headmaster’s commendation goes to Joe Breed in Year 11 for being a good Samaritan. He assisted a member of the public who was unwell, by phoning the hospital for her and waited with her until help arrived. Well done Joe for your kind act and quick thinking.

P A Ramsey

News for Year 11

A reminder for all Year 11 that they have their first Assessment in Religious Studies to complete at home in timed conditions (30 mins). It will be marked in class next week so it is essential that it is completed on time. All details are on SMHW.

Ms V O’Kelly

Head of R.E.

Successful Ofsted Inspection at Verulam School

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