Year 10 students should not attend school on Friday 18th March. Teachers will set and upload learning activities for students to complete on Teams. Students should log onto each Team according to their usual timetables and access the work provided.
Arrangements for all other year groups – all other year groups should attend school as usual.
A letter from Mr Bell has been emailed to all parents/carers giving further details of the above.
Due to six members of staff testing positive for Covid, we have unfortunately made the decision that Year 10 students should not attend school today. We anticipate that students may also be asked to stay at home tomorrow and, in this event, work will be available on Teams from Friday 18th March.
We are very excited about World Book Day on Thursday 3rd March, and as always, SWR will celebrate reading and books in the usual way! This will be a non uniform day for those students who would like to dress as their favourite character from a book.
We’d like to promote reading with our students and ask them ‘Get Caught Reading’ over half term! Take a photo of them reading in an unusual place and email these to email@example.com – housestars for the most unusual places!
We’d also love our students to take part in our Reading Challenge over half term: 2 housepoints awarded for every challenge completed.
Students have been asked to bring in any books they no longer read for our Book Swap. Thank you for these… please keep them coming!
We will host our usual scavenger hunts, competitions and quizzes on the day. The students will also enjoy a gripping short story throughout the day at the start of their lessons – we’ll be interested to see if they can guess the ending…
We’re looking forward to celebrating all things books with our students on the 3rd March.
We have been contacted by the Pear Tree Deli in the Steepleton Retirement Village on the Cirencester Road in Tetbury to inform you that they are offering children’s lunch boxes on a pay as you can basis / free if needed this half term.
Situated in Tetbury, Sir William Romney’s School serves the South Cotswolds and Stroud areas. The school is a small academy for 11-16 year old students. We provide a safe and caring environment, ensuring that our students flourish and achieve their full potential.
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