Dear Parent/Guardian

‘Working Together’ Evening – Monday 15 September 2014

We would like to invite you and your child to attend a parent briefing evening at Thorpe St Andrew School and Sixth Form on Monday 15 September 2014.  This evening will be looking at the different aspects that will help your child to learn and progress through their education at our school.  Our aim is to help you understand how we work so you can be effective in your support at home.

Due to the large numbers expected, we would be very grateful if only one parent could attend.

To learn the time and location of the session, look for your child’s form in the table below.  To help alleviate parking congestion, please park on the main field using the gate on Pound Lane, in order to minimise inconvenience to our neighbours.

Sirius 6.00 pm – 7.00 pm South Site Hall
Cygnus 6.00 pm – 7.00 pm North Site Gym
Mira 6.00 pm – 7.00 pm North Site Hall
Vega 7.15 pm – 8.15 pm South Site Hall
Altair 7.15 pm – 8.15 pm North Site Gym
Polaris 7.15 pm – 8.15 pm North Site Hall

We look forward to seeing you at the evening and we would be very grateful if you could return the slip below to the South Site Office as soon as possible.

Yours faithfully

Mr Clayton

Principal

School Matters – Sixth Form

Thank you for your interest in our vacancy.  This is a very exciting opportunity for both yourself and the school and is an important role within our extensive Associate Staff team. If appointed, you will have the benefit of this team in support of your work and your professional development and advancement will be a key feature of what we can offer you. You will note that we have just received the ‘Continuing Professional Development Mark’ which covers Associate Staff and Teaching Staff. 

With this letter I have enclosed a range of information, not to test your reading skills but to help you make an informed decision about whether you feel this is the post for you.  I have included:

  •  General Information about the school.
  • a Job Description. 

 

Your application should be made using the Norfolk County Council Application Form. Please make clear in your statements how your current skills and experience will help you in this role.

Thank you again for your interest in this post.  We look forward to your response which will need to arrive, by post or email (HR@tsasmail.org.uk), no later than 10 am on Thursday 18 September 2014. 

Good luck!

I C Clayton

Principal

General Information for Prospective Applicants Job Description – Sixth Form Guidance Officer Application Form – Associate Staff

 

 

Thank you for your interest in our vacancy.  This is a very exciting opportunity for both yourself and the school and is an important role within our extensive Associate Staff team. If appointed, you will have the benefit of this team in support of your work and your professional development and advancement will be a key feature of what we can offer you. You will note that we have just received the ‘Continuing Professional Development Mark’ which covers Associate Staff and Teaching Staff. 

With this letter I have enclosed a range of information, not to test your reading skills but to help you make an informed decision about whether you feel this is the post for you.  I have included: 

  • General Information about the school.
  • a Job Description.

 

Your application should be made using the Norfolk County Council Application Form. Please make clear in your statements how your current skills and experience will help you in this role. 

Thank you again for your interest in this post.  We look forward to your response which will need to arrive, by post or email (HR@tsasmail.org.uk), no later than 10 am on Thursday 18 September 2014.  

Good luck!

I C Clayton

Principal

General Information for Prospective Applicants 

Student Welfare Officer

 Application Form – Associate Staff

 

Newsletter – Issue 1 – September 2014

Deputy Principal

Newsletter 4 – July 2014.

This year, the Choir has excelled and will be entering the BBC School Choir of the Year competition in November.

On Saturday 5 July 2014 the Choir sang at St William’s Primary School Summer Fair. Despite the bad weather in the morning, the sun came out when the Choir began to sing and everyone enjoyed the performance.

Also, Murray Chapman, a Year 10 student, has recently passed his Grade 8 piano examination with distinction; this is an outstanding achievement for any young musician.

Murray has been accompanying the school Choir all year and has played a huge part in helping the Choir develop their musical skills.  A very big thank you to all the Choir.

Miss Walker and Mr Coles

Newsletter – Issue 20 – July 2014

Achievement Newsletter – July 2014.