Student Blog by Isaac, The Kings and Queens News Team - Friday 10 November 2017

Another week has flown by, it seems that time is making fools of us as we edge ever closer to our PPEs in January. Many students, including myself are the revising hard in preparation. This is not an enjoyable task, however, it is a necessary one if we are to succeed in our GCSEs.

On Wednesday Year 11 attended the Remembrance Day service at St Andrew's Church. It was a moving service. There were names of those read who had died in the many battles of the First World War. Each Tutor group also brought up a poppy to lay on the altar amidst the names of the soldiers who had died from Cheddar and the surrounding area. The service was conducted with reverence and humility, and I'm sure that every student felt the benefit and meaning of attending.

Academically, Year 11 also completed a "pre PPE" in Maths. This was to prepare us for the actual GCSE, and to ensure that we are all in the right Maths set to carry on where we are.

Also in Year 11, students completed an application for The Kings of Wessex Sixth Form for entry in September 2018. Many Students shall be staying on to join the outstanding Sixth Form, including myself; as they are more comfortable there, and it has a wide variety of subjects and courses that cater to everyone.

To all students that read this blog, enjoy your week!

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