It’s our final week of the autumn term at Malet Lambert, and there are lots of activities going on for students to get involved in, right up until home time on Friday.
Attendance is as important as ever this week, and there will be valuable learning taking place every day alongside festive activties.
On Wednesday, we have our second Enrichment Day, organised by Miss Walker, which received some great feedback in October.
Students will be off timetable for a day and will be taking part in activities with the theme of ‘Respect’.
Depending on their year group, they will discuss and learn about a variety of topics including discrimination, crime, extremism, community and freedom of speech.
A selection of external companies will be helping to deliver some interactive workshops, alongside teaching staff.
Recognition trips will take place on Thursday morning for all Year 7 – 10 students who have gained enough recognition points.
They have the option to go off-site and visit the cinema or Hollywood Bowl, or they can stay on site and take part in fun activities in class.
Year 11 will be taking part in valuable lessons preparing for exams in May.
Finally, on Friday, will be our annual Staff Fancy Dress day.
All members of staff get involved and create a fantastic atmosphere for our last day of learning.
In previous years, we’ve had multiple elves, snowmen, Smurfs, stormtroopers, Disney princesses, ballerinas and superheroes, to name a few.
Our Head Boy, Ben, has requested that if students would like to get involved in the festive feel of the day, they can wear a Christmas jumper over their usual uniform.
Lessons will be as normal during periods 1 – 4, and then students will head to their form groups for period 5, where tutors will have arranged group activities to finish off the day.