Posted on 3rd December 2021
Despite the new guidance for mask wearing in Schools, we intend to run our extra-curricular events. Next Wednesday at 7pm is our Autumn concert. To ensure that we can maintain reasonable space in the gym, this will be a ‘ticket only’ event. We have 200 spaces for the audience. Please go to the ParentMail shop if you would like to reserve a space. To ensure as many students as possible are supported, please only reserve two tickets per family. You can reserve seats from 7.30pm tonight. We might need the doors open in the Gym, so please wrap up warm.
Friends’ Christmas Wish List
Students have been given a hard copy of the Friends’ wish list to take home today. There have been some additional requests which have been added to the letter attached. If you can support any of our departments with either buying gifts or donating, it will help departments immensely. Further details are in the letter
Thank you for your support on wearing facemasks in School communal areas. I have been asked to share the local authority’s guidance on wearing facemasks on public or school dedicated transport with you.
House Cross Country
There was a mistake in last week’s House Cross Country Results. The winning house was Rawlinson. Apologies to the head of house, Mrs Cooke and the sports captains Owen Noble and Karolina Pilch.
The Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Partnership has set up a Facebook page. More information about courses, information and current topics can be found on Facebook.
Opportunities at CGS
We’re advertising for a Student Supervisor to join us, starting as soon as possible in January. The position covers the school day, five days a week. If you’re interested, please click here [link]. Applications close a week today. Please remember to complete the non-teaching post application form.
Ben McCarthy (Y13) is one of ten winners in the Sheffield University translation competition – out of over 130 entries – an impressive achievement! He now gets to take part in a special translation seminar.
Daisy Williams (Y11) has qualified for Hickstead with both horses Koning Albert and Bermudez BDA for the CGS Equestrian team following two intense weekends of competition. Thanks to Mrs Williams for running the school team.
And finally to Caistor Grammar School. We’ve been named as the secondary state school of the year for the East Midlands by the Sunday Times. Congratulations to everyone who has contributed to this award. There will be a write up in this weekend’s Sunday Times.
Best regards for the weekend,