Pinner High: Case Study of Best Practice
Our inaugural Pinnfest was a great success this week: fabulous performances by the rock band, an impressive acoustic set, and a superb standard of work on display in the exhibition. One visitor commented that he needed to be reminded that all the students are in Year 7 given the highs standard on display throughout. More than 200 people attended, and enjoyed cakes, teas and mocktails. Many thanks to all involved!
Earlier in the week our athletics team represented the borough in the county championships; we are the only school where both boys and girls teams were invited to attend. Our cricketers have qualified for the semi finals of the local competition, and our rounders team represented the school admirably against older students this week too.
Alongside this, over 40 students are involved in the production of 'Bugsy Malone' running from 13-15th July. Tickets are available on Parentpay, or from email@example.com It promises to be a brilliant show.
You may have seen our banners noting our involvement in 'The Parliamentary Review 2017'. This is an annual Government publication that highlights and shares case studies of good practice in the education industry. To be selected for inclusion in our first year is very special, and a real endorsement of the first class education Pinner High School students are receiving every day. Inspiring Learning indeed!