Official Prom Photos 2016
Prom Photos 2016 may be viewed at the following website: http://promphoto.net/highlands (Password hland16)
Auditions will be held in September, week beginning 12.09.16
Lots of singing and acting parts available for boys and girls.
Scripts and Music will be available 1st week back in September. Singers will be required to sing one song from the show. Actors will be required to perform one short scene from the show.
Highlands School GCSE Art students were invited to take part in the National Hoardings Competition, run by the Considerate Constructors Scheme.
Thousands of children and construction sites across the country put their creative minds together for the Ivor Goodsite hoarding competition.
Scheme-registered construction sites invite local schools and children’s groups to participate in decorating their hoardings – making them brighter, more fun and in some cases horticultural spectacles!
The Scheme’s Chief Executive Edward Hardy commented: “Congratulations to every winner and runner-up. Each year, the competition gets harder as the growth in participation is matched with more and more creative entries. By collaborating with schools and local groups, the Ivor Goodsite hoarding competition is a great way for the industry to strengthen its relations with local communities and improve the overall image of construction”.
8 Highland GCSE Art students decided to enter the competition. Working in a variety of different media, they produced work based on the theme “Electric Quarter” and these pieces were then installed at the Lovell Construction Site in Ponders End.
We are pleased to say that the work our students produced was announced as one of the ten winners of this year’s national Hoarding Competition and students were presented with their winning medals, at the Lovells Site, Ponders End.
This is an amazing achievement as two hundred construction sites, across the country, entered the competition this year! A massive well done to: Leyla Alvis, Kamila Bugno, Henry Galano, Lucianna Kyriacou, Jemima Lanario, Madison Miller, Amy Steiner and Andrew Walsh.
Mr Goddard presented a cheque to the NSPCC at the KS3 Achievement Evening on 13th July 2016. Photographs of the event can be viewed at:
Make a fresh start without starting over
Highlands is the lead school in the Pan Enfield Alliance offering school based placements to graduates training to become teachers.
Please see our link http://www.panenfieldalliance.co.uk/
3rd Party Lets
Facilities available now
Please contact Bookings Co-ordinator
Tel: 03330 110476
August 2016 - Results Days/ 6th form enrolment
AS and A2 results
Thursday 18 August, Sixth Form Centre
• Y13 – From 8:30am
• Y12 – Y11– From 10:30am
Thursday 25 August - Main hall
• Y11 – 10-11 am
• Y10 – 11am-12pm
6th Form “signing on” day
Friday 26 August between 9:30am and 12pm – Main hall
• Internal from 9:30
• External pre-registered from 12pm. New external applicants from 1:15pm.
Start of Autumn Term
INSET Days: 1st and 2nd September.
Students return to school on Monday 5th September and follow Timetable A.
• Yrs 7 and 12 start at 8:40am.
• All other year groups start at 10:55am.
A message to parents from Chartwells, the catering company which operates the Canteen
As we are slowly approaching the end of yet another academic year, and in preparation for the new school year, I wanted to highlight that we will be increasing our prices - the food inflation is at an unprecedented level and is affecting both domestic and industry base food costs. This has been largely due to the introduction and impact of the new National Living Wage increasing supplier’s costs.
We continually strive to offer our customers value for money and, in doing so, have implemented a tariff increase which minimises this impact as much as possible; this also reflects any increased costs in compliance required by the guidelines. It is important we continue with fresh produce and healthy choices. This is the first increase in 2 years, as we have absorbed costs up to now, but unfortunately we cannot do this going forwards.
We will continue to encourage the uptake of fruit and healthier items, but minimising any increase in these areas or holding prices as current. Our menu provides for variety, choice & value encouraging the uptake of main meals via “meal deals”, tasters and students liaison. The Meal Deal price of £2.40 remains unchanged (a meal deal is a main course plus a dessert, or a main course and a juice)
Once again thank you for your continued custom this year.
Mark Herman – Regional Manager – Chartwells.