Halloween and Fireworks


As we approach Halloween next week people will naturally be in high spirits, enjoying, “trick and treating” and going door to door. Remember the simple rules to only go to friends that you know, if the house states “no trick or treat”, please be respectful to their wishes. Throwing of eggs and flour can not only cause a mess but could be considered as criminal damage if it seeps into the brickwork or removes paint from vehicles. This is also anti-social behaviour.


Havering Police will be working closely with trading standards to prevent fireworks getting in to the hands of irresponsible people. If we encounter incidents where fireworks are misused we will take the strongest action. Please be safe when being involved with sparklers and all fireworks. Please be aware that it is an offence to purchase fireworks under the age of 18 and possess them in a public place.

Be safe over the forthcoming weeks. If a child is found acting in an anti-social manner they may be stopped by the police and their details taken, brought home to a responsible parent or guardian, and where appropriate dealt with in a robust manner.

Autumn dance show

Autumn dance show Monday 20th October - 7pm start in main hall. Tickets available on parent pay. Dancers should arrive by 6.15pm and come to G24.

Subject magazines now available to read in the Library

New to the Library are magazines for A-level subjects:

‘A-Level Law Review’ ‘The English Review’ ‘Modern History Review’ ‘Psychology Review’ ‘Sociology Review’

and ‘Hindsight’ for GCSE History pupils.

They all contain interesting articles, which ALL pupils and staff are welcome to read in the Library (but they cannot be taken away).



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