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Head teacher's News 26th June 2015Download PDF

Year 7 beckons

All of our children have now been offered places at a High School. This year children have been offered places at: Acton High School, Alec Reed Academy, Brentside High School, Centre for Young Musicians, Chiswick School, City of London, Drayton Manor High School, Elthorne Park High School, German International School, Godolphin and Latymer School, Greenford High School, Henrietta Barnett Grammar School, John Lyon, Lady Eleanor Holles, Langley Grammar School, Latymer Upper School, North London Collegiate, Northolt High School, Notting Hill and Ealing High School, Phoenix High School, Queen Elizabeth, St Augustine's Priory, St Benedict's, St Paul's School, Swakely High School , Sylvia Young Theatre School, The Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls, The Green School, Tiffin School, Twyford Church Of England High School, Villiers High School, West London Free School, William Perkin CE High School. Wouldn't it be wonderful if Montpelier could carry on teaching children until the age of 18?


There continues to be a buzz of lively activity across the school. Yesterday morning some of our governors walked around the school and came across children playing in the Early Years, violinsts practising, the Year 6 children rehearsing, sports in the junior playground and classes of children quickly returning from play to focus upon their learning. And that's not mentioning the numerous visits for new Reception and Nursery parents that ran through the morning. In the evening, I had the pleasure of attending the PTA meeting to discuss a range of issues and plan for the year ahead. As we draw towards the final days of this academic year, I want to acknowledge all the staff at this wonderful school who do so much more than the ordinary to give our children the very best opportunities. And thank you to the parents and carers who share in our efforts to help us make sure the school never "rests on its laurels."