Welcome to Secondary news
Well, I certainly feel like Autumn is arriving, definite change in atmosphere and temperature. Fortunately inside school the atmosphere remains productive and focused. We have been conducting a lot of learning walks this week and it’s been great to see such a lot of active learning going on in classrooms; we know students learn so much more effectively when they are actively engaged in their learning. We are really focusing on this in the Secondary school this year and I hope students are coming home excited and enthused at the end of the day!
It’s great to see that sports teams are going out to BISB and the American school next week, well done Mr. Turnbull and Mr. Roberts and other colleagues, I’m sure you’ll join me in wishing both girls and boys teams well; I know the taking part is really important, but it would be great to win as well! I’ll update you with results next week.
Just a reminder about uniform, polo shirts should have the school badge on them, otherwise they aren’t uniform. As it is getting a little cooler, it’s fine for children to keep a school jumper on during the day if they wish, but no hoodies (EVER!) please. Thanks for your support, it is fantastic when 95% of parents and students get this right, 100% would be a dream come true!
I hope you all have a lovely weekend!
International Day - sign up!
On Friday 18th October, we will be holding our annual International Day Celebrations. There will be more information regarding the performances and activities that we have planned for the day to follow.
It is lovely to have parents involved to prepare food for our children to taste from all the countries we have represented at Britannica. To help you link up with your countrymen to start planning if you would like to be involved, please click this link and we will help you link up.
Fun Run - Budapest Marathon
As in previous years, Britannica will be participating in the Budapest Marathon family fun run: the Erste Maratonka 2.3km race on 28th September 2019.
If you would like to join in the fun and raise money for charity, use this link to sign up online: https://iskola.futanet.hu/registration/LyBnLA5qX9OlsJZw
After your registration, please bring and give the registration fee (1000ft) to your child’s teach or teaching assistant. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Miss Kiss at email@example.com
Concerns and Queries
KS3 Coordinator – Years 7-8 Peter Sprawson firstname.lastname@example.org
KS4 Coordinator – Years 9-11 Laura Peters email@example.com
Please continue to contact your child’s form teacher in the first instance. You can find all email addresses under the teacher’s picture on the school website:
I am happy to meet with you if you have any major concerns, or even if you’d just like a chat about school in general! My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Next Week will be
Greg Barker Head of Secondary