Head's weekly message and letters
10th October 2019 | Head's Weekly Message |

Dear Parents and Carers

It has been another very busy week at Rickmansworth School with final agreements about renovation projects kindly funded by the Foundation and PTA.  We are all really looking forward to enjoying the new Learning Resource Centre and finally getting a new floor and lighting system in the Ricky Playhouse.

PTA Uniform Shop – Monday 14 October 7pm

Our uniform shop is open from 7-8pm in the Hall. Come along if you need any new items. Please remember payment is cash or cheque only.

School Production – We Will Rock You

Tickets are now on sale for our upcoming production of Ben Elton’s We Will Rock You. Rehearsals are in full swing and we look forward to showing you all the hard work that has gone in to the creation of what looks set to be another successful Ricky production. Tickets are £8 adult, £5 concession/student, and can be bought here: https://www.trybooking.co.uk/LHD. You can also follow our journey on Twitter and also on Instagram @rickyperformingarts

Year 7 Disco – Friday 14 October 7pm

We are looking forward to seeing many Year 7s at the disco next week! Tickets are £5, tuck shop available. Cash bar for parents is open in the Sixth Form block.

Career development

This weekend 11-12 October there is an event at Olympia London for 15-19 year-olds to have the opportunity to meet the UK’s top employers and universities.  You can book free tickets at whatlive.co.uk.  Please see attached poster.

‘Stop means stop’ for our School Crossing Patrols

I would like to highlight that from Monday 14 to Friday 25 October the Active and Safer Team of Hertfordshire County Council will be highlighting the ‘Stop means stop’ campaign.  It is a difficult job stopping traffic to cross the road with children and adults, and their School Crossing Patrols do this with a smile, ensuring that children and adults get safely across the road, so please make sure you always stop when required to do so.

It is an offence not to stop for a School Crossing Patrol.  It can result in a fine of up to £1,000 and three points on a driving licence, or even disqualification from driving if you do not stop your vehicle for a School Crossing Patrol. Please ensure sure you stop.

Yours sincerely

Mr M Fletcher, Headteacher

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