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Daily Briefing

Wednesday 16th October 2019

ALL

1.

Students, please remember, we must be more environmental friendly, pick up your litter and put it the litter bins provided.   Thank you for your support

KDH

2.

Current Anti Bullying Ambassadors: Please meet Mrs Barnard in DB18 at the start of lunch on Wednesday 16th October. This will be a short meeting.

COB

 

3.

October marks the beginning of Black History month, as well as your assemblies please consider engaging in the BHM competition. You can find entry sheets and further details in both LCs on Dove and Trent. Winning prize is a fantastic copy of  Young, gifted and Black: Meet 52 black heroes from past and present. Please ask your progress mentors and History teachers for more information.

GPW

4.

Kickboxing lessons at Dove gym on Mondays and Wednesdays 7 - 8pm and Thursdays 7.30 - 8.30pm. Please call 07718895789 to book a place

JM

5.

Music Rehearsals

Day Lunchtime After Academy Day

Tuesday Senior Choir (TA81) Concert Band – Dove Hall 3:30 – 4:30

Thursday Rock Club (DA46)

Friday Junior Choir (DA47)

 

SLG 

DOVE

1.

Dove Book of the Week: To celebrate Black History Month, try "Hell and High Water" by Tanya Landman. A heart-stopping tale of a young man's attempt to clear his father's name. When his father is arrested and transported to the Colonies, Caleb is left alone. After a desperate journey in search of an aunt he's never met he receives a strange, cold welcome. Then a body washes up on the nearby beach and Caleb is caught up in a terrifying net of lies and intrigue. Soon he and his new family are in mortal danger. This powerful story holds the reader in suspense as it charts the growth of a frightened boy into a brave young man.

SMa

2.

LOST on DOVE campus: Multi coloured boys Trespass coat. If found please return to Dove reception.

JEP

3.

Book Fair in Dove LC Mon 14th - Weds 16th. Brilliant bargains for all! Open before school, break and lunchtimes. Cash payments or cheques made payable to Scholastic Book Club. Free books for the LC when you buy a book!

SMa

4.

History club is ruling the corridor every Monday lunch time in DA35. Please bring your lunch. This month we are working on a project to celebrate and research Black History month. See you there!

GPW

5.

Homework next week!! Please be aware that due to the Book Fair in the LC Mon 14th - Weds 16th, there will be no access to PCs before school, break, lunchtimes. We are open after school for homework. Plan ahead!

SMA

7.

Dove Drama Club - Tuesdays after school in DA51 - 3.30-4.30.

TPR

8.

There will be a meeting on Wed 16th Oct at 12:35 in DA51 for all Yr 7 and 8 Student Voice Reps and Student Ambassadors.   

AJ/

SCA

9.

Geography club is running every Wednesday lunch time in DA38. Please bring your lunch along and start to search for your inner eco warrior

SAL

 

10.

Calling all future Designers and Engineers. The Design and Technology Club is starting on the 18th of October , to run on Trent campus every Thursday lunchtime at 12.10pm, in TA 24. This a great opportunity to expand your design and technology skills. Feel free to bring your lunch: fun, laughter and support is provided.... not food! .

RVM 

11

Rugby for Years 7 and 8 on Friday after school. 3:30 - 4:30 with Mr Titley and Mr Bunting.

HOT

12.

Lost: PE kit in a black/white back pack. Please return to reception if found.

JM

TRENT

1.

Trent Book of the Week: To celebrate Black History Month, try "On The Come Up" by Angie Thomas. A powerful story about hip hop, freedom of speech – and fighting for your dreams. Bri wants to be one of the greatest rappers of all time. As the daughter of an underground hip hop legend who died right before he hit big, Bri’s got massive shoes to fill. But when her first song goes viral for all the wrong reasons, Bri finds herself at the centre of controversy and portrayed by the media as more menace than MC. And with an eviction notice staring her family down, Bri no longer just wants to make it – she has to.

SMa

2.

Y11 only - Exam preparation workshops will be running on the following dates. As explained in assembly these are to help you in preparation for your PPEs. 

Monday 21st October T1 - T4 12.30pm - 1.10pm

Tuesday 22nd October T5 - T7 12.30pm - 1.10pm

Thursday 24th October T8 - T10 12.10pm - 12.50pm

Friday 25th October T11 - T14 12.30pm - 1.10pm

ACW

3.

The deadline for the Young Writers poetry competition is fast approaching! Please pass your poetry competition entries to Miss Hoffin before Friday 18th of October. If they are completed digitally, please email copies to Miss Hoffin.

JEH

4.

On Thursday the 17th, at lunchtime in room TA 24, there will be meeting Regarding First Tech Challenge. In assembly this week Mr Danby will present a short introduction to this exciting robot challenge event. If you interested please come after you have had your lunch.Try to be as quick as possible as there is a lot to get through

DAD

5.

There will be a meeting on Thursday Oct 17th at 12:35 in TC9 for all Yr 9-10 Student Voice Reps and Student Ambassadors.       

AJ/SCA

6.

Calling all future Designers and Engineers. The Design and Technology Club is starting on the 18th of October , to run on Trent campus every Thursday lunchtime at 12.10pm, in TA 24. This a great opportunity to expand your design and technology skills. Feel free to bring your lunch: fun, laughter and support is provided.... not food!

RM

7.

Door out of Use: between atrium & SEN hub locked for safety reasons.

CLM

8.

Lost Property – Set of pink studs found in girls changing room, please come and collect from reception if yours.

Black and pink fingerless glove found,  please collect from reception if yours 

CGO