The pupil cycle store in the main playground has become damaged as result of accidents, age and some pupil behaviour. Unfortunately, for safety reasons, we need to remove the remaining plastic panels as they have sharp edges. The repairs and ordering of materials may take some time. This means that if your son/daughter does cycle to school then it is essential that they bring a lock with them to ensure secure storage as the sides of the shed will be open.
We apologise for the inconvenience and hope to carry out the repairs as soon as possible.
Tutor Group of September: HSt
Pupil of the month: Sarah DGa
Most improved: Keira LRi
Pupil of the Week:
Pupils can have access to the Library computers (for homework purposes only) before school from 07:45, BUT this will be on a rotation for each Year Group as follows:
VI Form students will have books delivered to their form.
Please login on the Library online catalogue, https://uk.accessit.online/ths01/#!dashboard to search and reserve books for our new Click & Collect Service.
You can collect your library books after school (14.55 – 15.15) on your allocated day.
If you need help in choosing a book then email MWaghorn@sweynepark.com or complete this form:
CITY OF GHOSTS
by Victoria Schwab
“Ever since Cass almost drowned (okay, she did drown, but she doesn’t like to think about it), she can pull back the Veil that separates the living from the dead . . . and enter the world of spirits. Her best friend is even a ghost. So things are already pretty strange. But they’re about to get much stranger. When Cass’s parents start hosting a TV show about the world’s most haunted places, the family heads off to Edinburgh, Scotland.
Here, graveyards, castles, and secret passageways teem with restless phantoms and when Cass meets a girl who shares her “gift,” she realizes how much she still has to learn about the Veil – and herself.
She’ll have to learn fast. The city of ghosts is more dangerous than she ever imagined.”
A spooky story – perfect for Hallowe’en!
One of the free Bookbuzz choices for Year 7
Launched this month and aimed at professionals, parents/carers, children and young people, the Inclusive Digital Safety Hub is a collaboration between Internet Matters and South West Grid for Learning to empower parents, carers, and professionals with tailored advice and insight to make meaningful interventions in the lives of children and young people most likely to experience online risks. It’s the first of its kind and well worth a read.