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  • Christmas Jumper Day 2017

    Published 12/12/17

    How can you help?

    This Friday, we are inviting you to wear a Christmas Jumper to school. Please donate any amount you can and get involved in this event.

    This event has been driven by students of the school and is for a good cause. Please look beyond how silly, funny, uncoordinated you think your outfit will look and get into the spirit of Christmas.

    Think about those that are less fortunate than us over this festive period.

    Save the Children Charity

    •Please can you spend some time in PSHE looking through the stories of the work that the charity do.

    https://www.savethechildren.org.uk/

    •Click on ‘what we do’ and as a form, choose three areas (or more if you have time) to read about.

    What can I wear?

    •Donate what you can for the charity.

    •Wear a Christmas Jumper or

    •Wear a Christmas Tie if you have one

    •Get creative and stick baubles, tinsel, crackers and create a jumper!

    What is not allowed?

    •You don’t have to go and buy one. It is not compulsory.

    •Any festive tops should respectfully cover your upper body and not be revealing.

    •Any festive clothing with logos, pictures and or slogans should not be offensive or suggestive.

    •School Head covering/scarf is still expected to be worn during assembly.

    Not a non uniform day

    •Just like the previous years, this is NOT a full non uniform day.

    •You can wear the jumper instead of your school jumper or blazer.

    •Anyone who is not in a ‘festive jumper’ will be asked to remove it.

    •If you choose not to take part, you simply come in full school uniform that day.

    •On Friday, you will have a fancy plastic wallet for the collection in your register. Please can you donate and give the envelope in to Room 16 by 8.30am.

    Thanks

     

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  • Alan Senitt 2017 

    Published 12/12/17

    Alan Senitt – Leadership Project

    The Year 10’s are involved in the Alan Senitt project again this year after such a successful programme last year.

     

    Pupils involved this year are;

    Jessica Sachdeva                                                                        

    Navneet Chauhan   

    Anjeelika Sajdewa

    Dilpreet Bains

    Sehajpreet Nijjar

    Amanjot Panesar

    Arman Kundal

    Kirandeep Singh

    Manavee Sehdev

    Maneek Bhasin

    Form Assembly

    Ms Weaving’s form 10S took part in a form assembly. They presented what British Values meant to them as a form. The assembly was very good with lots of thought provoking information given. Well done 10S.

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  • Jack Petchey Speak Out Challenge 2017

    Published 11/12/17

    Year 10

    Jack Petchey Speak out challenge

    Year 10 pupils took part in the Speak out Challenge.  The workshop included the pupils working with an outside speaker to improve their oral communication skills. At the end of the day they took part in a ‘speak out’ competition.

    Pupils involved this year were;

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  • Mental Health Awareness Day  2017 

    Published 11/12/17
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  • Monday 11th December - School is to remain open as normal for staff and students.

    Published 10/12/17

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  • Science Booster Classes Timetable - 2017

    Published 13/11/17
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  • YEAR 7 2018 INTAKE - OPEN EVENING - TUESDAY 10TH OCTOBER 2018 - 5PM-7PM

    Published 03/10/17
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  • Parents’ Information Evening Thursday 28th September 2017 4pm-8pm - Important Information

    Published 19/09/17

    Re: Parents Information Evening Thursday 28th September 2017 4pm-8pm

    You are invited to attend a Year 11 Information and Parents Evening on Thursday 28th September at the Guru Nanak Sikh Academy. As your son/daughter prepares for their GCSE’s in May 2018, we feel it would be beneficial to highlight many of the planned events in the coming months to enhance your son/daughter’s chances of achieving their potential. The evening will be split into two sections;

    1. Information Presentation 4pm-5pm

    This presentation will be 45 minutes long and will explain the structure for the year, intervention strategies, exam preparation and achievement opportunities. It will also look ahead to KS5, apprenticeships, university and career paths. There will also be an opportunity to ask any questions you may have either to myself or any other staff member, including the Senior Leadership Team, who will be available on the night.

    1. Parents Evening 5pm-8pm

    All subject teachers and form tutors will be available to discuss student progress and attainment, specific subject intervention and support, and any other questions you may have.

     

    Yours faithfully
     

    Mr R Langford - Head of Year 11

    Head of Year 11

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  • GNSA celebrates another year of excellent results. 

    Published 23/08/17

    WELL DONE TO OUR YEAR 11 GCSE EXAMNINATION STUDENTS

    GCSE HEADLINE ACHIEVEMENT

    Positive Progress 8 Score - This means that on average our students achieved higher than the national expected progress

    5+ A*-C 85%

    5+ A*-C including English and Maths 80%

    4-9 English passes – 89%

    4-9 Maths Passes – 87%

    75 A* grades in Religious Studies

     

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  • A/ AS Level Results Day

    Published 14/08/17

    A and AS level results will be issued on Thursday 17th August 2017 . This will take place from 7:30 am in Muti Purpose Hall. Please check Sixth Form Google Classroom for more advice and information.

    Please be aware that if you want someone to pick up results on your behalf they will need to bring photo ID and written permission from you. 

    Any results not collected with be posted home.

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  • Reminder that our wonderful Strike A Pose fashoin show extravaganza is tonight in the MPR from 5 o’clock onwards. 27th June

    Published 27/06/17

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