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posted Oct 22, 2014, 12:31 AM by J Grant   [ updated Jul 17, 2018, 1:50 AM ]
As ever it has been another jam-packed term in which we have seen new beginnings with the arrival of Year 6 students and the culmination of GSCEs resulting in Year 11 leaving us to continue onto the next stage of their education and the exciting opportunities it will offer.

Welcome to the Year 6s

Our first intake day gave us the opportunity to meet the Year 6 students who will be starting with us next year. It was fantastic to see so many smiling faces surrounded by a buzz of excitement and enthusiasm. We look forward to welcoming them back to school in the remaining intake day and also the special evening in which they will get to meet their Form Tutor for next year.

Inter-College results 

There have been some great results in all the sporting action that has taken place this term. Strong performances by our athletes in Year 10 helped us win that year group on sports day. Rugby proved to be a strong sport for us with first place wins in Year 7,11 and 10 and these were complemented buy Year 8 wins in handball and softball.

C9 Rewards

Last year C9 were crowned the star form of 2017 for achieving the most stars across the year. Stars are awarded to Tutor Groups for good attendance and punctuality, participation in inter-college competitions and number of myPoints received. C9 decided that for their rewards trip they would like to go for a meal together in Nandos. This will take place before the end of term so you will have to wait until the next edition for photos.

Year 11 Leavers

We bid farewell to our Year 11 students who have spent the last few months engrossed in revision for their final exams, happily these are now over and Year 11 get to have some well-earned rest. Leavers assembly was a great opportunity for students to reminisce about their time at Holyhead and celebrate all of the hard work that they have put in for their exams. We wish all the Corwen students the very best in the next stage of their education and look forward to welcoming back many in the sixth form.

Goodbye to Corwen tutors

We bid farewell to Ms Khanam, Ms Shoker, Ms Louis who are leaving Holyhead at the end of this term.
On behalf of Corwen, I would like to thank them for their valuable work supporting students in the College and wish them every success in the future, I know that they will be missed both by students and staff alike.
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