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* New documents added 29th Jan 2018



Network Maintenance

netWe will be carrying out essential maintenance to our core network from 11:00-13:00 on Tuesday 29th May. All services will be affected. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.





Office 365 For Education

o365We are pleased to announce that we have now implemented Office 365 for Education for all students in Years 7 to 10. Our O365 service allows those students to download the full desktop version of Office to up to 5 home computers completely free of charge.

Students will need to log in to this website with their school email address and their normal network password. Download instructions are available here.

If students have any queries they should come and see the technicians in the ICT Support office at school.

Please note that whilst Year 11 do not have access (they are leaving us shortly and as the download is linked to their school account, Office would expire after 30 days), Microsoft have made O365 free to all educational establishments, so most ex-students should be able to sign up at college.



Information for Year 7 Paris Trip

paris 2018You can download the parent presentation here and the itinerary/final info here.








Y11 Business and Enterprise Research Brief

OCR have released the research brief for your Business and Enterprise exam on the 23rd of May which you can find at http://www.ocr.org.uk/Images/466310-unit-r061-case-study-june-2018.pdf.
Your Business and Enterprise teachers have analysed this brief and you can download their advice here.



Activities Week 2018

activityThe booklet for the second phase of Activities Week 2018, featuring activities that will take place on the school site, can be found here. The application form, which should be returned as soon as possible after 8.15am on Thursday 3rd May, is here. Mr Ashworth’s presentation guide to the application process is featured here. Have fun making your picks!




Creative Arts and an Evening of Photographs

creativeartsedwardreevesComing soon… Key Stage 3 Creative Arts Festival on Thursday 3rd May from 6.30-9pm – Tickets on sale now Adults £4 and Students £2. More details here.

And… On Wednesday 9th May from 7 – 9.30pm an Evening of Photographs from the Archives of Edward Reeves – Tickets on sale now Adults £5, Under 18’s £3.  Always a popular event – this talk will include newly researched material from the Edward Reeves Archive – early booking recommended! More details here.

Lewes image © Edward Reeves.


Year 11 Exams and Study Lessons 2018

examThe Year 11 Exams and Study Lessons timetable is now available to download here.





The Fifty-Five

55Fifty-Five ‘Old Boys’ of Lewes County Grammar School for Boys died on active service in the Second World War in theatres of conflict all around the globe. Their monument is the impressive Memorial Chapel in the grounds of Priory School, built in 1960 and believed to be the only officially sanctioned war memorial in any state school in Britain. The book, ‘The Fifty-Five: A Story Set in Stone’ was launched on the night of Monday 12th March following a fascinating words and images presentation to the Lewes History Group evoking a world long gone, but one that must never be forgotten. The book, written by local author, David Arnold can be purchased via this website and paid for via PayPal.





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Free for parents of teenagers - 'Employability' advice clinic session via telephone or skype

As part of National Careers Week (NCW - 5th to 10th March), Jon Gregory is running free 15 minute consultation sessions for parents concerned about how best to help their teenager into the world of work or further training. Jon is: an NCW Ambassador; a Careers Expert Panel Member for The Guardian; the Editor of Win-That-Job.com and writes careers advice for several leading websites, so is well placed to provide up to date guidance.
Simply drop an email to advice@win-that-job.com with 'Request to book a free employability advice session' in the subject line. You'll receive instructions and information on time-slots available by return. A maximum of 100 individual sessions are available.
Everyone's situation is different, so this is your opportunity to consult an independent expert on what might best help your teenager become more employable and actually win that job or training place they really want, rather than risk them missing out. Alternatively, if your teenager is struggling to find job or career direction, this is a great opportunity to get some suggestions which might help. An additional aim is to help you help your teenager engage more positively and successfully with the careers services available to them at school or college.
Finally, if you haven't already got your 16 page free "A Guide For Parents: Steering Your Teenager Toward A Job And Career" get yours now via this link - http://win-that-job.com/content/parents The guide has employability contributions from Jon Gregory and Nick Newman (CEO of NCW) and an employer's view from the John Lewis Partnership.



Recommended Reading

bookpileLooking for reading ideas? Try these...


Year 7 Reading List

Year 8 Reading List

Year 9 Reading List





Options Information Evening Presentation

presentationYou can download the Options Information Evening presentation here.







Year 9 Parents’ Evening 22nd February

pesIf you are a parent or carer of a student in Year 9 please read the letter here about the forthcoming Parents' Evening. The online booking website mentioned in the letter can be accessed here.





National Apprenticeship Week Roadshow 2018

National Apprenticeship week is 5th - 9th March and in partnership with Apprenticeships in Sussex, East Sussex Council will be holding two Apprenticeship Roadshows events.
Students, parents and carers will be able to meet local employees, training providers and current apprentices at the roadshows and there will be panel discussions on the different types of apprenticeships and levels available.
The event details are:
Thursday 15 March- Eastbourne Town Hall, 5-7pm
Wednesday 21 March – Stade Hall, Hastings, 5-7pm
5-7pm Employers and training provider stalls

5.30-6pm Traineeships and Apprenticeship talks

6.30pm-7pm Higher and Degree Apprenticeships talks
For more information and booking, go to www.c360.org.uk/NAW2018