Current news from Haybridge High School and Sixth Form
We believe that school assemblies should be informative, engaging and purposeful and we try to cover a wide range of meaningful issues when we plan them, term by term. So far this term we have had assemblies, led by staff, students and/or external speakers on the following themes:
- Finding one’s passion and pursuing it (delivered by Art teacher Mr Cangiano)
- How animals enrich our lives (delivered by the Headteacher Ms Hoddinott)
- Holocaust Memorial (delivered by Year 9 and 13 students)
- Online Safety (delivered by SENCO Ms Georgiou)
- Expanding Horizons Through Travel (delivered by Head of Chiron House Mr Williams)
- Planning for July’s Personal Challenge week (delivered by Deputy Head Mr Bick)
Assemblies are a chance to start the day with focus on themes that amplify messages in subject areas or introduce entirely new perspectives.
We look forward to an upcoming assembly involving the cast and crew of ‘Beauty and The Beast’ our annual musical, in which students will talk about their passion for singing, acting, design and being part of the creative process. Each year some of our students go on to University and Apprenticeships in Britain’s huge creative fields and we are delighted to play a part in kindling those early sparks.
To see the fruits of their labours please hurry to buy tickets for Beauty and The Beast (March) and also the Spring Concert (April 10th) from school reception – they are sure to sell out!
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