Important Exam Revision for Year 11 Pupils
Year 11 Half Term Revision Sessions in school – Tuesday 18th February
Maths – Mr Walker (Maths 10) 9.00 a.m. – 12 noon OPEN TO ALL YEAR 11 FOUNDATION PUPILS
French – Mrs Gyves-Walker (ML5) Higher 9.00 a.m. – 10.30 a.m. Foundation 10.30 a.m. – 12 noon
German – Mrs Callison (ML4) 10.00 a.m. – 12 noon OPEN TO ALL YEAR 11 GERMAN PUPILS
Online Learning for over Half Term
Maths – www.hegartymaths.com / mathswatch.co.uk
English Language & Literature – www.senecalearning.com
MFL – www.activelearn.com / www.linguascope.com
R.E. – Check your GCSE 17 Week Exam Preparation Plan for all online resources, including www.senacalearning.com / https://sites.google.com/stbons.org/religiouseducation/gcse / https://www.youtube.com/user/MrMcMillanREvis
Password are given to Students
All Year 11 pupils have been given revision resources by their teachers for over half term and should be completing 2 hours revision per day as a guide. Remember that pupils also need to build in rest and relaxation time over half term, as they have a very busy time ahead when they return to school on 24th February!
At St Matthew's we are on a journey to Catholic Excellence.
I have had the privilege of leading St Matthew's as Headteacher since September 2018. I have previously been a leader at St Patrick's RC High School which is a National Teaching School. I have a clear remit to bring the same standards of Catholic excellence of those enjoyed at the National teaching school to the community at St Matthew's.
My vision is clear. I expect the highest standards, in order to achieve the best for our young people. Our core purpose is of course our Catholic mission: 'We pray, We care, We achieve'. Our core business is Teaching, Learning and Achievement. I am confident that we have taken the first steps to being the outstanding Catholic community we all want for our young people. Whilst I recognise that there is much still to do, I am very confident that working together, we can achieve excellence for our community.
I am a parent and therefore know how precious every child is. I am committed to working in partnership with parents and know that by working together we will ensure that every child enjoys school, is happy and has the opportunity to thrive and achieve their best.
I will be keeping the messages to children simple, respect your learning and the learning of others. Most importantly all students will be told by me that I expect them to respond appropriately to any reasonable request from an adult in school.
I look forward to meeting you, working together to be of service to our school community, as we continue on our journey of great and exciting change.
Mrs Helen Murden, Headteacher
At the recent Achievement Evenings, Parents expressed their views and the School has received a plethora of positive comments. See below for just some of the comments.
‘It was lovely to hear that school results are improving and that the hard work from staff and pupils has been recognised’.
‘Well done, this was so good presentation, so useful, thank you for the good work well done to the teachers’.
‘Heading in the right direction - Well Done!’
‘Can definitely see as a parent improvements, which is really positive’.
Visit our Parent Voice page for more