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This is the last Headlines of this academic year and I would like to begin by thanking you for your support. It has been a joy to speak to all the young people in assemblies over the last couple of weeks and congratulate them on the progress they have made this year and your encouragement and care behind the scenes has played a large part in this.
Open Evening last night was amazing!
Helped significantly by the weather and preparations of our staff, the event really did showcase Hardenhuish at its best. A big thank you to all the young people who came back to help and sell their school to our prospective pupils and their parents.
Please do share any achievements from outside of school with us to publish in the Headlines as it is wonderful to be able to celebrate the wide and varied successes of our young people both within school and beyond.
It has been a lovely week of events this week.
The Year 11 and 13 Proms enabled our young people to celebrate their time at Hardenhuish with each other and their teachers. The sun shone, everyone looked wonderful and enjoyed their evenings. Thank you to the parents who have supported them (and us!) throughout.
There is a real sporting theme to the Headlines this week!
Thanks to a very generous donation last week, we will be refurbishing our climbing wall to enable us to make better use of this to help develop the self-esteem and
self-confidence of our young people.
I am very proud of the amazing achievements of our young people shared below. It is amazing that as well as working so hard in school, they are able to achieve so much in their own time.
On a similar note the count down to the Camps International Peru trip took place on Wednesday evening and I look forward to sharing their preparations (and hopefully experiences from the trip itself) via Twitter @HHPaddington.
Our Year 11 left us yesterday to ensure that they spend their time after the break focusing on revision for their remaining GCSE exams. I am confident that they will work hard and do their best during the rest of the exam season and wish them well for their futures.