Early School Closure Yr 7, 8, 10 & 11 – Thursday 7th March, 2019

Key Stage 4 Curriculum Choices – Year 9 Options

Dear Parent/Carer,

Next week, on Thursday, March 7th, the school will be holding its Key Stage 4 options afternoon and evening for all Year 9 students. In order for this to take place students in Years 7, 8, 10 and 11 will be dismissed from school at 12.50pm. Year 9 will remain in school as normal until 3.30pm. Please can we ask that you make the necessary arrangements to expect your daughter home earlier on this day. Year 12 and 13 will not be affected by this early closure, lessons will continue as normal for them in the afternoon.

Year 9 Parents/Carers

Your daughter has now received the Options Booklet and has listened to the Options Assembly. On Thursday, March 7th, Year 9  will have an options afternoon, where they will hear directly from subject staff and will be able to ask subject specific questions regarding courses offered.  On the same day, from 5pm – 7pm, you are invited into school for the options evening at the school’s main site. During this time you will have the opportunity to speak to Heads of Learning and subject staff.  There will also be a presentation given for parents/carers about the options process. Please attend either the first presentation at 5.15pm or the second presentation at 6pm. The evening will finish at 7pm. Please read through the options booklet with your daughter before this important day.

 If you have any questions, please come and speak to me at the options evening or e-mail me:  s.george@stmaryleboneschool.com

I look forward to seeing you at the options evening next week.

Yours faithfully,

Ms S. George

Assistant Headteacher – Curriculum

Early School Closure Yr 7, 8, 10 & 11 – Thursday 7th March, 2019

SCHOOL BULLETIN WB 25TH FEBRUARY 2019

The bulletin for the start of the new academic year (week starting Monday 25th February 2019) is available using the following link.  It also highlights many of the wonderful events students did during activity week.

(You can also see the archive of bulletins using the link in the menu above).

 Week 22 Issue 21

Annual Quiz Night

Our next fundraising event is the Annual Quiz Night on Friday 15 March 6.30 – 9.30 in the main site theatre

You can help by: 
  • Volunteering to help set-up from 4.30pm or to clear up from 9.30pm
  • Offering to sell raffle tickets on the night or serve tables from the bar
  • Donating 20 chocolate brownies – homemade would be lovely but bought ones won’t be rejected! Remember no nuts please.  Please email Nikki or Natalie if you an bake please so that we can keep track of amounts thanks.
  • Donating raffle prizes – we would like a few good quality raffle prizes. e.g., weekend at your holiday home or similar super generous offer! Please email Carole MacLeod:  carolemacleod@hotmail.com
  • Company Match Funding – if you work for a company that would like to sponsor or match fund for this event please contact Nikki or Natalie PTA@stmaryleboneschool.com
  • Sponsorship for the quiz prizes donations made via parent pay please

Please contact Nikki or Natalie at PTA@stmaryleboneschool.com to volunteer or for further information.  As always thank you for your support.

Funds raised from this event will go towards the Marylebone Loves Music fundraising campaign

SCHOOL BULLETIN WB 4TH FEBRUARY 2019

The bulletin for the start of the new academic year (week starting Monday 4th February 2019) is available using the following link.  It also highlights many of the wonderful events students did during activity week.

(You can also see the archive of bulletins using the link in the menu above).

 Week 20 Issue 19

St Marylebone Messenger

Warm yourself up with the new edition of our school magazine, The St Marylebone Messenger, Winter/Spring 2019. Edited by Flora and Caitlin in Year 13, assisted by Simran in Year 11, it is packed with a wide array of lively accounts of trips and educational visits (from Bletchley Park to Snowdonia), activities closer to home (e.g. Shakespeare Summer School) as well as thought-provoking articles (e.g. on ‘toxic masculinity’ and Black History Month), and poetry inspired by Refugee Week. All this is complemented by gorgeous artwork as well as photographs, including …

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