Extra-curricular highlights 22nd January

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PE Extra-curricular highlights 22nd January:

  • The Year 7 Basketball A, B and C teams won against local rivals Sale Grammar to remain unbeaten this season
    (Players of the game: A team – Harry Murray Gordos, B team – Yosef Hadi, C team – Corey Roach)
  • 14 KS3 pupils represented AOM at a Multisport Engagement Event at the Manor High School. The PE staff were
    really proud of the efforts, cooperation and attitudes to engage in a range of events, whilst mixing with pupils
    from several other schools in the borough
  • 12 PE leaders were selected to assist with a primary swimming Gala to our Trafford Sports Partnership
  • Our new block of SHRED club was popular with 40 pupils attending
  • The Oxygen Free-jumping club started this week with over 50 pupils attending.

What’s on?

  • Keep up to date with our Fixtures Calendar. This can be found on the school website under helpful links
    (http://aomschool.co.uk/pe-fixtures-results/)
  • USA Ski & Snowboard trip 2019 is now confirmed. If interested please sign up via ParentPay
  • New lessons for SHRED (skiing and snowboarding) club are available for after half term. Sign up now via
    ParentPay (limited spaces available)
  • There are several parents’ evenings on this half term. This may effect some clubs. We ask pupils to double
    check that clubs are on with the PE team.
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Admissions for Year 7 places & in-year transfers & appeal applications.

Dear Parent/Carer

Coronavirus (COVID-19 – see advice from NHS on symptoms and things you can do to help stop germs like coronavirus spreading).

With the closure of schools, we envisage a serious delay in the Year 7 Appeals for September 2020 and for any in-year applications for school places.  Please be assured that we will process your application as soon as we can and there is no need to contact us unless there is a change in your circumstances.

We are monitoring government guidance and considering the possible impact of the coronavirus on school appeal related duties.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

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