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Ribston Hall High School

Ribston HallHigh School

RibstonRoar 5th March 2018

Diary Dates

Thursday 8th March                                       Re-arranged Year 11 Parents’ Evening 4.30 – 7pm

Friday 9th March                                             RHA Quiz

Tuesday 13th – 29th March                            Year 7 Advanced Cycling programme

Thursday 15th March                                      Year 13 Parents’ Evening 4.30 – 7pm

                                                                            RHA Committee Meeting – 7.30pm

Wednesday 21st March                                  Advanced Level Performance Evening

Thursday 22nd Mach                                      House Performing Arts Evening

Thursday 29th March                                     House Challenge from 1.30pm.

                                                                            End of Term (buses at normal time)

Friday 30th March – Sunday 15th April       Easter Holiday

Staffing update

Miss H Bird has been appointed as Temporary Curriculum Lead for Social Sciences.

Mr N Bass has resigned due to ill health and family reasons.  On behalf of everyone we would like to thank him for his commitment to Ribston Hall and wish him all the best for the future.

RHA Quiz – Friday 9th March

£5 per table (max 6 per team); Pre  ordered food £2.50; Licensed Bar

Doors open 6.30pm.                         Quiz begins at 7pm

Please book and pay via ParentPay

Minibus Driver

We are looking for a volunteer to drive the School Minibus occasionally. If you are interested please would you contact Mrs Sandy Woodcock,

Amnesty International Youth Group

Our Amnesty International Youth group began towards the end of January and we have quickly formed a group of around 20! We have been working on Amnesty’s brave campaign which focuses to recognise Human Rights Defenders who speak out for us all. We chose to help Azza Soliman, an Egyptian Human rights defender who defends victims of torture, rape, arbitrary detention and domestic violence. She faces twenty-five years of detainment. The Egyptian authorities have tried to keep her quiet, they have labelled her as a spy, harassed her, frozen her assets and banned her from travelling. To do our bit, we have each written Azza a postcard of support. We have also created a petition which we have sent off to Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, the president of Egypt, opposing Azza Soliman from being detained for 25 years. We have so many more exciting events and campaigns to take part in; any new members are more than welcome to join our Youth Group!

Wellbeing in the Workplace Award

Mrs Chong & Mrs Woodcock receive the Wellbeing Workplace Charter at the recent award ceremony at the University of Gloucestershire.

The award acknowledges the work the school has done in supporting staff wellbeing, Ribston Hall is the first Secondary School in Gloucestershire to receive this.