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It has been another busy half term at Whitcliffe Mount. On Wednesday 22nd October we celebrated student successes at Cleckheaton Town Hall with students from all year groups receiving subject and special prizes. We also recognised some of the fantastic efforts and achievements of our 2014 Year 11 leavers who collectively achieved 59% A*-C in English and Maths.

Alongside their academic studies this half term, students have participated in numerous other events, activities and opportunities. During October all of Year 7 visited Bradley Woods for a day of team-building activities; Year 8 participated in a ‘Restart a Heart Day’; Year 9 undertook a decision making activity in preparation for options; Year 10 attended a study skills seminar and Year 11 participated in a Careers Day with employers, local colleges, apprenticeship and sixth form providers.

There have been many other successes on the sporting fields, in performing arts, music and one of my favourites – the Year 10 DJ Excite night! Students also found time at the end of September to take part in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning in support of MacMillan.
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Have a good half term break and we will see you on Monday 3rd November.

Jennifer Templar - Headteacher
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