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Last week was a busy week and I am pleased to report that the school continues to be calm, the classrooms are busy learning environments and the students are happy in their learning. It is a pleasure to walk our corridors with visitors to see how Team Rushden operate on a daily basis.Last week was a busy week and I am pleased to report that the school continues to be calm, the classrooms are busy learning environments and the students are happy in their learning. It is a pleasure to walk our corridors with visitors to see how Team Rushden operate on a daily basis.

The PTFA met last week, we are so grateful for parental support and it’s great to hear about the fund raising plans not only to support the school but also the community. What a great bunch of people, thank you! The student forum also met with me this week and I am looking forward to supporting their wish list with more outside bins and seating areas. We all agreed that everyone has a responsibility to care for the environment, it is shocking to see the damage plastic pollution has on our planet. Collectively we need to make a difference and ensure we recycle and not carelessly throw litter away.

The Remembrance service on Friday was very special, it was amazing to meet so many veterans wearing their OBE, MBE and war medals. Our pupils were so respectful and they were complimented over and over on how they presented themselves and their manners. The year 11 senior leaders were a credit to the school, they clearly read passages to the whole school and visitors. Many of the visitors were in their 90s and have been on the frontline of war, it is hard to take this in and to have such first-hand accounts of what life was like, this is something we truly need to treasure. The Royal British Legion and the local mayor were amongst our guests.The Remembrance service on Friday was very special, it was amazing to meet so many veterans wearing their OBE, MBE and war medals. Our pupils were so respectful and they were complimented over and over on how they presented themselves and their manners. The year 11 senior leaders were a credit to the school, they clearly read passages to the whole school and visitors. Many of the visitors were in their 90s and have been on the frontline of war, it is hard to take this in and to have such first-hand accounts of what life was like, this is something we truly need to treasure. The Royal British Legion and the local mayor were amongst our guests.

Thank you for reading the bulletin and catching up on Rushden Academy news.

Mrs J Burton

Principal

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