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Term End Letter 2019

Information & Letter & News

Published on - 12-07-2019

11th July 2019

Dear Parent / Carer

As the summer term draws to a close I would like to take the opportunity to inform you about some important information and updates.

Arrangements for Sports Day
Sports Day is being held across Monday 22nd and Tuesday 23rd July.  We are asking that students attend school on that day in full PE kit; no other sportswear is permitted, such as hoodies or non-regulation tracksuit bottoms, etc.  Students are not permitted to wear any face paint or accessories.  However, we strongly encourage students to wear a suitable t-shirt in their house colour.  Those unable to do this will be provided with a bib in their house colour for the duration of the 2 days.

We anticipate that the weather may be hot, so students should ensure that they bring plenty of sun cream and water for the day.

The canteen will be open as normal during these days, before school and during break and lunchtime will be offering a BBQ on the field on the Monday over lunch.  Tokens can be purchased in advance through the canteen, using the normal cashless system or cash can be used on the day.

Final Day of Term
Tuesday 23rd July will be the final day of term and will commence at the regular time of 8:25am for all, but students will be dismissed at 12:20pm for the summer holiday.

Arrangements for the start of term in September
School begins again for the Autumn term on Thursday 5th September 2019.

Year 7 - Students should arrive at 8:15am and go to the Sports Hall.  They will then go to their Tutor Base.

Year 8, 9, 10 and 11 - Students should arrive for 9:35am (Period 2) and go straight to their Tutor base.

All lessons will begin after break (Period 3).  Tutor bases will be published on the school’s website before Thursday 5th September to allow students to see where they will be based.

During the school’s INSET Day on Wednesday 4th September 2019, the school will be closed for all students.  

Finally, I must thank you for your continued support, as Brighton Hill Community School continues to strive towards our very high ambitions.  We look forward to working with you over the coming months and years as we ensure the very best outcomes for your children.


Yours faithfully,

Mr. C. Edwards