The English department is delighted to report an overwhelming turnout at this week’s intervention sessions, reflecting the commitment of our pupils to excel in their studies. We even had to open an additional classroom to accommodate all of those who attended!
These intervention sessions were held for Year 11 pupils who all displayed dedication and commitment as they eagerly prepare for their upcoming mock exams, commencing on the 19th of February. These mock exams represent a crucial milestone in their academic journey, serving as the final rehearsal before the impending GCSE Exams later this year.
The focus of this week’s intervention sessions was on Macbeth, a key text for their upcoming GCSE Exams.
Miss H Pickerill, English teacher, expressed her excitement, saying: “It is truly fantastic to see our pupils engaging with their English studies and taking the initiative to attend intervention sessions. The overwhelming attendance reflects their commitment to success. I hope they continue their hard work and dedication, as I am confident that their efforts will undoubtedly pay off. Approaching the upcoming exams with maturity and tenacity is key, and I am proud to see our pupils demonstrating these qualities.”
We applaud our pupils for their proactive approach to academic excellence and extend our gratitude to the English department for fostering an environment that encourages such commitment.
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