Weekly News Bulletin: 11 April 2016

A Big Thank you!
The MFL faculty is especially pleased to announce that through the efforts of the Year 7 students and the generosity of their relatives and friends, the recent Sponsored Spell raised just over £800 for our sponsored children Marguette and Rudi in Senegal and Guatemala.  Amazing!  Thank you to everyone.  You have made a huge difference!

Any final contributions should be made via ParentPay or handed in to MFL teachers soon after the Easter break.
Mrs N Graves – Head of MFL

Primary Care Careers Fair for students Year 9 to 13
EPIC Workforce Development are organising a Primary Care Careers Fair to be held at The Postgraduate Medical Institute, Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford, Essex CM1 1SG, on Saturday 11th June 2016 from 10.00am.  This will be held alongside the ARU open day.

Their target audience for this event includes secondary school students from Year 9 – 13 that may be considering a career within the Primary Health Care sector, such as a GP, Practice Nurse or Clinical or Community Pharmacist.

They will have a number of professionals and trainees at the event available to talk about their career, what their day-to-day role involves and the course they took to attain their qualifications in order to pursue their career.  They will also have various organisations at the event exhibiting.

Please click on this link to access the flyer for the event.   At the bottom of the sheet you can access the email to book your free place:


If you have any questions about this event which you cannot find answered on the EPIC website, please email me and I can ask my contact at ARU. 

Weston Homes Open Day
Weston Homes Plc is having an Open Day on Saturday 16th April at their Head Office in Takeley, near Stansted, between 10.00am – 4.00pm.

They are welcoming all parents and students who might be interested in opportunities in all aspects of Construction to attend and find out more about their career development programmes at their Learning Academy.  They offer a diverse range of careers, from Architecture to Surveying, Site Management to Sales and Marketing.

They have said they will be dispelling some of the myths within the construction industry, providing interactive sessions as well as providing advice and guidance on the best roles students may be suited to and the career paths involved with this.

This is an event which will be of most relevance to our Year 11 & Year 13 school leavers.

Please see the attached for more information about Weston Homes:


Mrs P Abbott – Careers Coordinator