This week has seen us carry out over 2,500 LFT across all year groups! As you can imagine this has meant a huge amount of organisation and cooperation from everyone involved. We have been incredibly impressed with the maturity shown by our pupils and students, and how well they have all dealt with this programme of testing. I am pleased to say that, at the time of writing, we have not had any positive results. Our testing programme will run until Thursday 18th March, and I will write to you again once we have received the home test kits for distribution. May I take the opportunity to thank you all for your support with this crucial element of school life, it really will help to keep our community safe. Apologies to any parents/carers who did not receive the results of their child’s test. The results were uploaded, but there is a processing delay once the information reaches the NHS.
IN THE KEY OF CODE
by Aimee Lucido
Emmy loves music, but is not as talented as her musical parents.
When the family have to relocate to California, Emmy tries to fit in at her new school, but it’s hard. The “popular” crowd are more like “mean girls” but Emmy finds solace in her computer coding lessons.
This is a wonderful story, told in the rhythm of verse, incorporating science, music, friendship, family and fitting in.
A perfect read for British Science & Engineering Week!