“Aim for the moon. If you miss, you may hit a star.” (W. Clement Stone)
“We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard.” (President John F. Kennedy, 1962)
Above: The moon, a couple of stars and TBSHS pictured last night.
Sixth Form Open Evening is this evening. School will therefore end today at 1:15 p.m., as advertised. Please ensure bags are placed in lockers. Please continue to treat the school environment with pride and respect to help the excellent caretaking, catering and the cleaning teams of TBSHS.
We very much look forward to welcoming great Year 11 students from TBSHS, and many other schools in our area, and beyond, this evening.
Sixth Form Open Evening provides another opportunity to capture what makes TBSHS special: outstanding leadership; record examination results; engaging teaching and learning; superb pastoral care; massive opportunities and wonderful outcomes in the curricular and extra-curricular; “The Black and Gold Spirit” where all students, staff and parents work so hard to give their all, humbly keeping improving, looking after, learning from and appreciating one another, and looking after themselves; the importance of inclusion, equality, diversity, wellbeing, literacy, oracy and resilience; the important life values of commitment, aspiration, respect, integrity and community. Standards and care. At TBSHS, we make brilliant memories and we are very grateful to be in such an inspirational and thoughtful organization.
Once again, student leadership will be absolutely vital tonight. Players win matches. Represent.
Relating to representation, poppies will again be available today. An inspiring piece of work from the Art department is pictured below.
Aspire and Represent.