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Letter from the headteacher

Dear parents / carers, As we approach the end of the academic year, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for the support you have given both to your child and to the school. Renaming process The Governors are currently involved in a process for renaming our school. The Governors have a […]

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Online hoaxes and reliability

The internet is constantly changing. However, many myths abound e.g. the blue whale story. Ask your children about what they’re seeing online, talk through some of the issues and how to check for reliability.For useful guidance, visit the Safer Internet Centre: https://tinyurl.com/y9mxjmrt https://tinyurl.com/j6bsm7q

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Parent Guide to Google Classroom

Dear Parent/Carer I hope this letter finds you and your families well. As we continue with our remote teaching and learning we are striving to continue to provide an outstanding education for our students. If you log on to your child’s student classes on google drive, you will see how, from April to now, our […]

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Renaming of School

You will be aware, over recent days, we as a school community have decided to rename our wonderful school.   We see this as an exciting opportunity, but we need your help!   We want our new name to be inclusive and representative of what we stand for. You know already our school vision is “we […]

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Headteacher’s Letter – 17.06.20

17th June 2020 Dear families I am writing to you with an update following the meeting of the school’s governing body last night. Following consultation with students and staff, the Governing Body took two important decisions. Firstly, it voted unanimously for the immediate removal of the statue and bust of Sir John Cass which are […]

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Statement from the Governing Body – 17.06.2020

Following consultation with our students and staff, the Governing Body at its meeting last night took two important decisions. Firstly, it voted unanimously for the immediate removal of the statue and bust of Sir John Cass which are on the school premises. The second unanimous decision was that the school will be completely renamed. We […]

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Statement from the Governing Body

Statement from the Governing Body In the light of the current circumstances we have called an emergency meeting of the school’s Governing Body for early next week to discuss the legacy of John Cass and consider a proposal to remove his statue and bust located on the school premises and to rename the school.

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Headteacher’s Letter – 10.06.20

10th June 2020 Dear Parents and families I am writing to you in the light of recent press coverage around Sir John Cass after whom our school is named. Sir John Cass (1661-1718) was a merchant and politician, who bequeathed the vast majority of his wealth to the John Cass Foundation for the education of children. The Cass […]

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Headteacher’s Letter – 9.06.20

Headteacher letter 9.6.20 9th June 2020 Dear Parents / carers, As a school community we have been greatly affected by recent events all around the world and specifically in America with the murder of George Floyd. These events have once again reminded us of how disgusting racism is and the impact it has on our […]

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*Cass Stars*

Our teachers have recognised outstanding work from some of our students, and they have been mentioned in the Cass Stars bulletin.

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