Thursday saw the return of the PSFA/Drama Department Murder Mystery evening, this year entitled ‘Who Killed the Head Mistress?’ We obviously cannot tell anyone who did not come to this brilliant event ‘whodunnit?’ but it really was a great evening of entertainment. The hall was packed and lots of money was raised for the PSFA. The children even remained in role throughout the intervals and came round to the audience whilst they enjoyed their fish and chips and gave us the opportunity to ask their character questions in order to try to solve the crime. Their impressions of the fictional school staff were hilarious.
Earlier in the evening GCSE and A level art was on display along with A level photography pieces in our annual exhibition. Everything was of a very high quality and impressed all who came along.
Year 9 very much enjoyed their session with “Medical Mavericks” which took place at the beginning of this week. This was a hands-on workshop where pupils had the opportunity to learn about different aspects of medicine and medical practice as well as try out different pieces of equipment. The aim of this session was to provide pupils with an insight into the many and varied careers in available in healthcare.
Dates for the diary
Tuesday, 2nd July 7.00pm – Summer Concert
Wednesday, 10th July 7.00pm – Sports Awards Evening
Monday, 15th July 7.00pm – Dance Production
Tuesday, 16th July – Sports Day at Norman Park for Years 7, 8 and 9
Other Useful information
The last day of the Summer term is Friday, 19th July – details will be sent out over the next week about arrangements for this day and the start of the Autumn term in September 2019.
Bromley Cricket Club have sent through information about a free family event in the company of some of England’s finest cricketers. This might be of interest to some of our young cricket fans:
This will be held at their grounds on Plaistow Lane, Bromley.