I would like to thank all those pupils and parents who are joining us this Saturday for our Open Day.
Due to the disruption this causes, there is a late start on Monday. Pupils should arrive for registration by 9.45am. Lessons will commence with Period 2 at 9.55am.
We are delighted to announce the launch of Verulam School’s new website – www.verulamschool.co.uk. You will find all of Verulam’s latest social media feeds on our new Social Wall; on-line access to our School magazine Top Button where students can submit stories and see them published on the website; all of Verulam’s latest news; details about every curriculum subject; information on enrichment clubs, sport, music and drama; an overview of all the trips we offer; links to learning tools that will help support your child; lots of new photos and much, much more.
Please do share the new website with any friends or family who may be considering Verulam for their son or daughter.
It was very pleasing to see so many pupils bringing in donations for the FEED project this week. I would like to thank all families for their generosity. I would also like to recognise the outstanding efforts of pupils who assisted the FEED team each morning.
“My opinion on the FEED project this year was fantastic. We had an estimate of 400 items per day for two weeks. I would like to say a special thank you to Geoff for organising this event. I would also like to say a massive thank you to Charlie Thomas and all the helpers: we could never have done this without them. Last but not least, I would like to say a big thank you to everybody who donated. It will go to a good cause.”
Jamie Escuder 10J
“As always, the FEED project is a way of helping those in need in St Albans. With students from all years donating products for the feed bank we were amazed at the length of some of the students went to get items. Despite the weather we had people stay committed and bringing in items from home. I would also like to say a big thank you to the FEED team who spent there own time coming down with their cars to transport the food with Geoff. We look forward to hearing the final numbers for this year”.
Charlie Thomas 11H
This week’s commendations go to Nikolai Cherniaev in Year 7 who presented a PowerPoint presentation about space junk and how it can be disposed of. His presentation was both eloquent and well written and brimming with confidence.
And to Teddy Marcy in Year 9 for his excellent character and respect for others.
Well done boys.