Year 11 Leavers' Assembly

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Thank you to all students and staff who attended our Year 11 Leavers Assembly. It was a lovely afternoon where we were able to celebrate successes of our students and enjoy one last assembly together.

We were able to reflect on the five eventful years students have spent at Hertswood and see how much they have really grown and matured. We are all hugely proud of our Year 11 students, as well as the courage and resilience they have shown through quite a difficult secondary school journey that included Covid restrictions.

Well done to all of our leavers on finishing their GCSEs, what an amazing achievement, and I wish them all the luck in the world for what I know will be very bright futures. Goodbye and good luck Year 11!

 -Miss Price, Head of Learning for Year 11

Some of the many kind sentiments from other Hertswood staff...

"It has been a great pleasure to teach you, I have really enjoyed the Year 11 lessons. I hope you continue to make music!"
 - Mr Hobbs, Head of Performance Studies

"The best of luck to all of you, it has been an absolute pleasure getting to know every one of you."
 -Mr Fitzgerald, Teacher of English

"A big well done for getting through your exams and good luck for the future. It has been a privelege teaching you and watching you grow up."
 - Mrs Di Gregorio, Head of English

"Go after your dreams, and remember if you set your mind to it and work hard, you can achieve whatever you want in life."
 -Mrs Vedanayagam, Head of Modern Foreign Languages

"Hi and bye Year 11. I will miss you. I am sure you are all going to be amazing people!"
 -Miss Ogle, Teacher of English

"I have no doubts you will all succeed in your chosen paths. I have genuinely loved supporting you all."
 -Miss Zaleski, Graduate Teacher

"I wish you all the best of luck. I have many, many funny memories of you all!"
 -Miss Jenner, former Head of Learning

"Thank you for the memories, thank you for the fun, thank you for the drama! Good luck, it has been a pleasure. Take care!"
 -Mr Swingler, Head of Learning for Year 10