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Head's Weekly Review 01 10 2021

Keeping up with everything going on at Roedean.

Friday 1st October marked the beginning of Black History Month. Over the coming weeks we will celebrate and explore many ideas, people, and stories with a series of exciting and engaging lectures and activities to give everyone in our community a chance to explore the wide-ranging impact of Black History. In other news, last week we had two successful school trips, the Year 7s had a great day at Arundel Castle and our Year 11 Geographers also had a highly productive weekend residential at Juniper Hall, where they undertook a lot of the work needed for their GCSE coursework. And finally, our new Duke of Edinburgh Bronze participants were given a variety of problems to overcome, giving them the opportunity to develop their team skills last week. Some got a little wet, some got a little tangled, and much laughter emanated as they successfully worked together! Read these stories and more in the Head’s Weekly Review.

 

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