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Thank you for visiting the Whitcliffe Mount website. The half terms keep flying by and the summer break will be here before we know it! Year 11 have started the GCSE exams they have been working so hard for and we wish them all every success. Many students will be attending revision sessions over the half term break to do some final brushing-up. English Language (9.30-11.30am) and Maths (12-2pm) revision sessions both take place on Wednesday 27th May and they are followed by Health & Social Care (9.30-11.30am) and Geography (12-2pm) on Thursday 28th.

Whilst Year 11 put all their efforts in to exams, many of our younger students are heading for sunnier climes on our annual trip to Spain. The trip promises to be a fantastic experience for all concerned and a great opportunity for students to put their language skills to the test! We wish them all a buen viaje and look forward to hearing all about their adventures! Don’ forget you can join the conversation and keep track of their progress by following us on Twitter - @wmount - and using the hashtag #WMSpain15.

I hope everyone associated with Whitcliffe Mount has a thoroughly enjoyable week and we look forward to seeing you back in school for an action-packed final half term of the academic year starting at 8.40am on Monday 1st June

Follow us @wmount to keep up to date.

Jennifer Templar - Headteacher
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