Friday, 12 June 2015

Head Master's Weekly Notes - 12th June

The examination season is now in full swing, the sun is shining (after an initial downpour, of course), cricket sweaters and summer dress are de rigueur and Mr Cowley sporting his salmon-pink chinos - summer is finally here. And I hope that the weather continues to be kind to us so that we can enjoy all the summer events that are on for the rest of this Trinity term, from the Junior Shakespeare production, art exhibitions, concerts, sporting fixtures, classic car show and the like. And it’s great to see so many of our students engaged in these activities – Acoustic Night on Wednesday is a perfect example and the support shown in assembly to Fela Sowande in Y9, whose art work has been curated and is being showcased at Bruton Museum this afternoon, was exemplary. The number of volunteers we received to accompany our Chinese visitors at the end of this month (more details below) whilst they visit Sexey’s again highlights the enthusiasm and engagement our students have for all things Sexey’s – they are rightly proud of the school (we celebrate 125 years next year) and show strong camaraderie and an unwavering support for our community - I hope they all continue to stay on TRaK in all that they do over the coming weeks.

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