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March Newsletter 2015

Diary Dates

30.03.15 Easter Half Term 

Easter Revision Information

Additional Mock Exams
Year 11 Maths and year 10 Science are taking place the week beginning the 20th of April.
Year 11 Maths sessions (all sets) will take place on Tuesday the 21st and Thursday the 23rd, periods 4&5. Lunchtime will be brought forward for these days.
Year 10 Science (sets 1-4) sessions will take place on Monday the 20th, period 3 and Wednesday the 22nd periods 1&2. Lunchtime will remain the same for these days.

22nd - 28th April Scholastic Book Fair


News & Events

The Class of 2015 will be holding their Prom on Friday 26th June 2015. It will be held in the Village Hall Terrington.
The Prom will start at 7.00pm. Students and guests will start to arrive from 6.30pm onwards.
The theme this year is ‘The Enchanted Forest’.
There will be a disco and light refreshments.

The PE Department are collecting Sainbury’s Vouchers which will help us gain extra sporting equipment.



Welcome To St Clement's High School

St Clement's is a vibrant and friendly community. It has a well-mannered, calm and purposeful working environment. Success is celebrated and the rewards schemes enable students to earn termly prizes for good behaviour and success in lessons. High expectations are set at St Clement's, not only with regard to academic progress, but also concerning behaviour.
Students tell us that they feel safe and happy here, which allows them to concentrate on achieving the best possible progress in lessons. The school provides a broad and balanced curriculum and there is a wide range of extra-curricular opportunities available. Whenever our students work with people from outside they create a very positive impression.

Year 11 Group Photos


All Year 11 have now had their photos taken - please return your order forms and payment be the end of next week 27th March 2015

KS3 Art, History & Music Trip

Y7 & Y8 have both been working on a composing project based around the Planets Suite by Holst. As part of this, they have also been learning about the instruments and history of the symphony orchestra.


The London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) runs an education programme called Discovery( and on Monday 9th March, they gave a special KS3 concert based around Shostakovich’s 5th Symphony. This was composed in 1936 during the oppressive Stalinist regime, when over 50 million people were sent to labour camps, or simply disappeared.

To illustrate his thought processes in composing the symphony, an actor was present on stage in the role of Shostakovich. The concert lasted an hour and featured some dramatic moments featuring the whole orchestra comprising almost 90 musicians!

To make the trip to London worth the 3 hour journey, we also visited the Tate Modern Art Gallery and the Museum of London. Students found both of these very interesting and responded well to the experience. Whilst it was along and tiring day, our youngsters behaved impeccably and were complemented on this by the staff at the Barbican Concert Hall.



We also met Dan Snow while he was filming for the new BBC series' Quizeum', he was kind enough to have his photo taken with us and gave us his autograph!


Y8 - Olivia Whittle

Extremely hard working in science, completes work to a high standard and is a pleasure to teach, Keep up this amazing work.

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