YEAR 7

Year 7 (KS3) Year Leader: Ms S Gladstone

Key Dates

21st September

Year 7 Family Tea & Tour

10th November

Progress Review Day (come to school by appointment only)

30th November

Inset Day (school closed to students)

8th February

Year 7 Subject Evening

1st March

World Book Day

8th March

Y6 Friendship Party (some Year 7s will be ‘buddies’)

9-11th May

KS3 Bushcraft Trip

w/b 25th June

Year 7 Exams

11th July

Progress Review Day

6th July

Sports Day


Ms S Gladstone

Year 7 marks a new stage in your child’s life and we provide warm welcome to secondary school  here at Kingsley Academy.  


As an experienced leader of the transition from primary to secondary school, I promise to look after your child to the best of my ability.  I know there is a lot for both families and students to get used to so do take a look at the information booklet which should answer most of your questions and I will soon get to know you at events throughout this year.






Ms C McCutcheon


To support your child throughout their transition, Ms McCuctcheon is also on hand.   She will be there to help your child with any day-to-day problems and is a point of contact for you to ask any questions you may have.


We can be contacted on:





As your child moves from a single class teacher to over 15 subject teachers, it is important to know that one member of staff sees them every day and will get to know them really well.  This is our fantastic tutor team!


Form

Tutors

7P

Ms Quinn Larkin

7Q

Ms L Black

7R

Mr I Padda

7X

Mr G Dumuje

7Y

Ms R Palmer


There are lots of exciting clubs for your child to take part in - from Astronomy to Art, from sports to choir -  have a look at our Extra Curricular Activities for more details.


There will be more trips and visits throughout the year so we will keep you informed.


There is lots more information in the Parent Information Booklet  but a few key points are:


  • Students can come to school from 7.50 and have breakfast - all students should be on site by 8.25 (failure to do so will result in lunch time detention on the same day)

  • Full school uniform should be worn at all times  including black shoes (not trainers or boots), black or navy coat (no hoodies) - if a student is not in school uniform the item may be confiscated or they will remain in the SSC until resolved

  • We expect your child to attend school every day, but if they are unwell please contact the school on 020 8572 4461 - please note, Year 7 students will not be sent home unwell during the school day unless you are able to collect them