Secondary News 1st November 2019

Advice From The Metropolitan Police

In the run-up to 5 November, Halloween is increasingly becoming a celebration which makes use of the wide availability of fireworks, but a small minority believe that these celebrations give them a licence to behave badly and engage in anti-social behaviour. This can create anxiety within neighbourhoods, particularly for elderly or vulnerable members of the community. It is therefore important that efforts are made to ensure that those who may be vulnerable or who do not wish to engage in these activities do not feel threatened in their homes and communities.
Police will be carrying out patrols in the evenings to make sure that people who are trick-or-treating are doing so in a friendly manner and not causing a nuisance.

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Mrs M Corfe – Attendance Officer

Secondary Attendance

Top forms for attendance w/c 14th October 2019

7C2 – 99.2%

8C4 – 99.8%

9C3 – 98.6%

EXCELLENT!