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DAY & BOARDING I CO-EDUCATIONAL I AGES 3-18


Introducing the new Sixth Form leadership team


Newsletter


July 2018


The new Sixth Form leadership team for 2018/2019 has been unveiled. Alastair, Henry, Rowena and Iain will make up the Management Team. Sports Captains are Reuben and Sophie and Boarding Captain is Yutaka. The Sixth Form House Captains


are Edward (Clark), Octavia (Fry), Ben (Gillett) and Eve (Nansen). Junior House Captains are Year 8 pupils Harry, Emily, Cristiana and Catherine.


Climbing Mount Everest … one step at a time


Clark, Fry, Gillett and Nansen House Captains.


For more House News please turn to page 9.


Enjoy the summer ... we look forward to seeing you in September.


Sibford students took on a race to the summit of Mount Everest this term. For one week at the start of PE lessons all pupils, from Reception through to Sixth Form, took part in a one minute step activity as part of their warm ups. And on Saturday 16 June, at Open Day, they successfully completed the 58,070 steps required to cover 8,848 metres … the height of Mount Everest. The sponsored Everest Challenge, which was to help raise money towards funding our new climbing wall, raised more than £1,682. Sibford Head Toby Spence said: “We are very excited about the


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climbing wall which will be coming to Sibford in September 2018. We are very fortunate that our parent association, PSFA, is jointly funding this exciting venture alongside school funds. “However, the Everest Challenge


was a chance for the whole school community to get involved with the fund raising. “Successfully completing 58,070


steps in just a week was no mean feat. We entered Saturday with 1,936 steps still to complete but, thanks to support from parents, friends and even old scholars, we were able to reach the summit of Everest during our Open Day celebrations.”


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