We are fast approaching the end of the summer term. This year the school will be closing early at 1.30pm on Friday 21st July. This is an opportunity to reward our students for all their hard work.
However, I am keen to stress that I do not expect to see a dip in attendance just because it is a shortened day. Students are expected to attend school and attend lessons as normal. The school has made all the necessary arrangements for school buses/taxis to be at school early to transport pupils home.
School re-opens for new academic year: The school re-opens for students on Wednesday 6th September. The 4th and 5th of September are training days for all staff.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the students and parents of Prestatyn High School for all their support this year. My first year as headteacher at Prestatyn High School has been hugely successful and we, as a school, are making good progress to achieve the best outcomes for all our young people. Indeed, during the recent Estyn visit they praised the school for the rapid progress we are making in achieving our goals.
I look forward to seeing our years 13, 12, 11 and 10 during the summer holidays as they collect their examination results; more information will be available on our website. I’d like to wish everyone a lovely and safe break, and I look forward to welcoming our students back in September.
Neil Foley – B.Sc. MA
Closing early in Sept