Exam Season Arrives

Welcome

The big day has arrived and GCSE examinations have started today. I would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our KS4 and Sixth Form pupils every success.

This has been an exciting week with the first planning meeting for the stage finish of the Tour of Britain Cycle race taking place. 

I am looking forward to a trip to London on Monday 16th as I will be representing the school at a ceremony at Buckingham Palace and collecting a plaque in recognition of Builth Wells High School's role as a Licensed Organisation for the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme.

 

General announcements

 

External Exams

GCSE exams start today Friday 13th May and AS /A2 start on Monday 16th May.

Please check your timetable for venue and start times. Remember that you must have the correct equipment for each exam in a clear pencil case. You must use a black ballpoint pen.

DON'T FORGET - you MUST switch off AND hand in your mobile phone!

 

Revision Breakfast Club

Make sure you are well fuelled before your exams. Cafe Carpe Diem is open every morning from 8am.

 

Pupil Success

 

Year 7 & 8 Girls Rugby Tournament

On Thursday 13th May 23, the second girls rugby tournament of the year was held at John Beddoes High School. This time the weather was much kinder to the 23 girls from Year 7 and 29 from Year 8 who took part. All the girls had a fantastic day and were a credit to the school. 

Musical Evening

An excellent evening of outstanding musical talent took place on Tuesday 10th May in the Bwyty. Pupils from Years 7 to 13 performed a range of musical items which delighted the audience.

 

Forthcoming Events

 

Housekeeping

 

Years 7 & 8 - exams start on Monday 16th May. See your teachers for guidance on the areas to revise.

Year 9 - don't forget to return your option forms by Tuesday 17th May.

Year 11 - are you returning to the Sixth Form? Do you want to go to the USA in October? See Miss Hourahane for details.

Year 12 work experience takes place from Monday 4th - Friday 8th July. Make sure you arrange your placement in good time. See Mr Marrs for guidance.