A message to the Class of 2020

To the Class of 2020

I hope you are well... please be assured Kingsway has not forgotten you!

Whilst the Coronavirus has probably rocked your world as you knew it - Mrs Flood has asked our local 6th form colleges to send you some messages of reassurance (see below).

We know that there was a lot that you have missed out on... GCSE exams being the priority. But also the fun stuff like Leavers' Hoodies, Prom and Year Books. Mr Williams and Mrs Guess are currency discussing ways in which we can truly celebrate your time at Kingsway. Keep an eye on your emails and the Year 11 message board for more information.

Finally, whilst the formal GCSEs exams you were expecting are not taking place this summer, remember there's lots of work you can be getting on with on KOL set by your teachers who are available to answer any questions by email.

Sending you and your family my best wishes,

Mrs J. Lowe
Headteacher


Dear Kingsway Year 11,

I hope you are all well and keeping busy during this difficult time.  It is a strange and disturbing time for everyone and we will all be affected in different ways.  I am sorry your education has been disrupted at this crucial time.  It will be important for you to keep active in both mind and body during the enforced closures.

Please be assured that we will adjust our procedures to ensure you are all given the best opportunities however they decide to grade GCSEs.

Take care and look after yourselves and family.

Kind regards,

Danny Pearson
Principal Aquinas


Dear Kingsway student,

Please feel reassured that if you have been made an offer of a place at Loreto College this offer is still available to you. College staff will support you with course choices at enrolment. We hope you stay well over the coming months and look forward to welcoming you to Loreto.

Take care and with best wishes,

Mrs Pritchard
Deputy Principal


Dear Kingsway Year 11 students,

The time has come to bid farewell to your school which has supported you in your journey so far. Whatever you have learned from this institution,

it will enable you to stand in good stead in future situations. It will guide and make your life successful through the tools of  academic, moral and spiritual development for the challenges that you may face in the future.

Go forth and embrace your upcoming journey, either at college or an apprenticeship with open arms, and enthusiastically pursue your own life journey of skills discovery, service to others and live a happy and successful life.

I look forward to welcoming some of you at Cheadle and Marple Sixth Form College in September and until then wish you all the very best.

Mohammed Ramzan
Transition Principal and Accounting Officer

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