Year 6 Open Evening

Dear Parent/Carer,

YEAR 6 OPEN EVENING

Thursday 3rd October at Morriston Comprehensive School

6.00pm until 8.00pm.

I would like to invite you to attend our Annual Open Evening for Year 6 pupils who intend commencing their secondary education in September 2020.

The evening will commence at 6pm in our theatre, I will give a short presentation, followed by an opportunity to introduce to you my Leadership team, our Progress Leaders and our Transition Manager, Mr Jenkins.

We will then take you on a guided tour of the school and its facilities. During the tour you will have the opportunity to talk to subject teachers about the work required of pupils in the first year of comprehensive school, see some lessons and demonstrations and to see examples of work completed by our current Year 7 and 8 pupils. Importantly, Year 7 pupils will be available for you to meet and to talk to about their work, the school and how they have settled into their new surroundings.

Subject teachers and pastoral staff will be available to discuss any particular issues that may concern you as parents, for example, additional learning needs, any medical issues particular to your child that you feel are important for us to know, the curriculum, etc.

I very much hope that you and your child will be able to join us on the 5th; as we believe this is a very important evening when you can see our school in action, see our first class facilities and most importantly meet our excellent staff and pupils.

I will be available throughout the evening to help answer any of your questions and very much look forward to seeing you on Thursday 3rd October.

Yours sincerely,
Mr M. Franklin
Headteacher

Year 6 Open Evening

Dear Parent/Carer,

YEAR 6 OPEN EVENING

 

Thursday 5th October at Morriston Comprehensive School

6.00pm until 8.00pm.

 

I would like to invite you to attend our Annual Open Evening for Year 6 pupils who intend commencing their secondary education in September 2018.

The evening will commence at 6pm in our theatre, I will give a short presentation, followed by an opportunity to introduce to you my Leadership team, our Heads of House and our Transition Manager, Mrs Brooks.

We will then take you on a guided tour of the school and its facilities. During the tour you will have the opportunity to talk to subject teachers about the work required of pupils in the first year of comprehensive school, see some lessons and demonstrations and to see examples of work completed by our current Year 7 and 8 pupils. Importantly, Year 7 pupils will be available for you to meet and to talk to about their work, the school and how they have settled into their new surroundings.

Subject teachers and pastoral staff will be available to discuss any particular issues that may concern you as parents, for example, additional learning needs, any medical issues particular to your child that you feel are important for us to know, the curriculum, etc.

I very much hope that you and your child will be able to join us on the 5th; as we believe this is a very important evening when you can see our school in action, see our first class facilities and most importantly meet our excellent staff and pupils.

I will be available throughout the evening to help answer any of your questions and very much look forward to seeing you on Thursday 5th October.

 

Yours sincerely,

Mr M. Franklin

Headteacher

 

PDF version of Mr. Franklin’s letter.

 

Welsh Baccalaureate Community Challenge Year 10

Year 10 pupils worked towards completing their Welsh Baccalaureate Community Challenge by participating in a number of activities.  One group of pupils worked on creating murals to be placed around school to raise awareness of children’s rights. The murals were very creative and effective.  Another group of pupils launched a charity drive, collecting clothes, books, CD’s and toys and sold them in school.  They also raised money for charity by selling cakes, cookies and milkshakes during break and lunchtime.  The final group of pupils worked hard to pot dozens and dozens of plants to sell to the staff.  Over £300 was raised for charity.  All pupils worked very hard and were a credit to themselves.

 

Miss. H.  Dix-Lawrence

 

 

Art challenge

 

 

Gardening challenge

 

 

Clothes and cake sale challenge

Year 6 Transition Days This Week

 

Thursday 15th October 9am – 1.15pm

Cwmrhydyceirw Primary
Morriston Primary
Ynystawe Primary

 

Friday 16th October 9am – 1.15pm

Clase Primary
Pentre’r Graig Primary
Glyncollen Primary
Non Cluster Primary Pupils

 

If your child does not attend the primary schools above, please contact Miss A Jones at Morriston Comprehensive School on mcs-ajones@morriston.swansea.sch.uk or 01792 797745 and we will be happy to accommodate your child on these days at your request.