We have the highest aspirations for our students in terms of their academic achievement, behaviour and conduct. We want to help our students to develop as individuals and to this end we encourage them to take advantage of the huge range of extra-curricular activities on offer. We want them to develop their talents in terms of sport, arts, STEM and student leadership. These activities will help them develop as individuals and equip them with the values and attributes necessary to become successful and fulfilled citizens for the 21st century.
The campaign bid, presented by the students to show how to get their local community involved in the Special Olympics, included producing a realistic, yet truly exciting fundraising initiative using powerful communications. They created a bus stop poster, a radio advertisement and proposed a comedy gala dinner at Stadium MK, which impressed the judges.
The Coca-Cola’s East Midlands regional final, based at the iPro Stadium and home to Derby County Football Club, was intended to test and develop the student’s enterprise skills to give them a competitive edge in today’s job market.
Denbigh pitched their business ideas amongst 10 other schools at the challenge, after beating over 1000 other schools in the area to reach the regional finals. The judges awarded the team ‘runner up’ and declared that it was an extremely close decision between the two top teams on the day.
Impressed with the enthusiasm and originality of the student’s work, Denbigh School’s Headteacher Andy Squires said:
“The team worked exceptionally well together using all of their talent and resourcefulness to create an inspirational campaign. We are very proud of their achievement and of how positively they represented Denbigh School. Challenges like these fuel student’s ambitions for the future.”
ARRANGEMENTS IN THE EVENT OF A SCHOOL CLOSURE
Although it has been mild so far, colder spells are forecast, therefore I thought it might be helpful to remind parents and carers of the arrangements should the School need to close in the event of an emergency and/or in the event of bad weather. If the decision to close the School is taken we will aim to notify Milton Keynes Council by approximately 7:30am on the day of the closure.
You can find details of a School closure on:
• The Milton Keynes Council website – http://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/closures
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• The local radio station, who will broadcast details of Schools that have to close in this area
• Heart Radio or Three Counties Radio
• The Denbigh School website – www.denbigh.net
In the event that the decision is made to close the School DURING the School day, we will contact parents of students in Years 7-11 by telephone, to either obtain permission for students to leave School or to make arrangements for them to be collected. If we cannot contact parents, we will telephone the other emergency contacts which you have provided details for, to obtain permission for students to leave School or to make arrangements for them to be collected. Sixth Form students will be allowed to leave School without parental permission. Please check that the contact details we hold for you are up to date via the Parent Portal.
Please ensure that students come to School with a suitable coat and footwear in cold weather.
I would like to reassure you that we do our utmost to ensure that the School remains open at all times, and will only take a decision to close the School after very careful consideration.
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The Department of Education (DfE) Performance Tables, published in January, show that Denbigh has doubled its score on last year and is still achieving significantly above the national average.
Responding to this fantastic news, Headteacher Andy Squires enthused:
“Academic excellence is what we strive for at Denbigh School. It is fantastic that for the second year running our track record of success continues, with results showing that our students make outstanding progress from their GCSEs to their A Levels, whatever their starting point.
“Denbigh offers the very best opportunity for students to flourish and achieve in what we believe is an inspiring school environment, giving them the best chance for academic attainment whilst studying and beyond their school years. Last year alone, over 90% of students that applied, secured their chosen university following their A Levels, with three students gaining places at Oxford and 25% of students going on to the prestigious ‘Russell Group’ universities.
The DfE figures are calculated using an ‘Value Added’ score, which is a measure of the progress students make between different stages of education.
The previous year, Denbigh was the most successful comprehensive school in an area stretching from as far South as Dunstable and as far North as Northampton, according to the national figures. It also recently celebrated being rated the top school in Milton Keynes for the attainment and progress of its students, following the publication of the DfE’s GCSE performance tables.
Caitlin was one of three Denbigh School winners in the national Children’s Commissioner competition, ‘Takeover Day’. During her time with the Mayor, she had the opportunity to discuss the work of Denbigh’s School Council and he agreed to come and meet with the group himself.
Accompanied by Mayoress Liane Lacey, they were both intrigued to hear all about the achievements of the Student Council so far. They were particularly interested in how the Council were the driving force in having the school library renovated, including updating the books and in introducing a new dedicated study area for sixth form students. The School Council in turn were eager to find out about the roles of the Mayor and Mayoress, the Mayor’s work as a Councillor and about his occupations before talking up the prestigious role.
“Not many of us get the chance to visit our old school and, although Denbigh has moved from its old premises in Bletchley where both the Mayor and Mayoress attended, the students demonstrated what matters to them at Denbigh today”, said Headteacher Andy Squires.
“We were delighted that the Mayor accepted Caitlin’s invitation and that he has promised to return to observe one of the Student Council’s meetings in action and have a full tour of the School. At Denbigh we believe strongly that students should have a voice, as their opinions form an integral part of Denbigh’s ethos and its continued success.”
For more information on the Mayor, please see website: https://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/your-council-and-elections/the-mayor-of-milton-keynes
The students voted in a ballot on subjects as wide ranging as racism, mental health and transport. The votes were then collated with other participating schools and establishments in MK before being added to the UK wide votes.
The shortlisted results were discussed in a House of Commons sitting by the UK Youth Parliament, which included Youth MPs from across the UK. As a consequence, MK’s Youth Cabinet will be working on Curriculum for Life and Votes at 16 over the next year.
Headteacher Andy Squires said:
“It is so important that our students take an active interest in matters that are of concern to them. ‘Make your Mark’ takes place every year so that young people can participate in having a say in significant national campaigns.
“I am particulary impressed with the Denbigh students who play an integral part in the Milton Keynes Youth Cabinet. Their work helps to make the lives of MK youngsters better.”
There were also wins for Denbigh student, James Kettle, who won the ‘Boys Under 18 Award’ for his outstanding achievement in Squash throughout the year and for ex-Denbigh student, Chris Clarke, who won ‘Sports Personality of the Year’.
Held at Shenley Leisure Centre, the ‘Secondary School Award’ was presented to PE Faculty Head, Matt Linbourne, for the School excelling in the number of sporting fixtures, after school clubs, inter-house competitions and for student participation.
Thrilled that Denbigh has received the ‘Secondary School Award’ for three consecutive years, Denbigh School Headteacher, Andy Squires said:
“Denbigh’s reputation for sporting excellence continues to grow. The School being recognised with this award for the last three years is testament to that.
“Last year alone, 53 of our students competed at national and regional level and it is our belief that giving students a positive experience of sport in school can inspire them to a lifetime of exercise with all the benefits that brings. Denbigh PE staff are committed to the School’s sporting success.
“James trains four times a week and has only been playing squash for three years, so being presented with the Boys U18 award at 11 years of age is really impressive. He has clearly worked hard to beat off all other competition and receive this award. He has a challenging but exciting time in the sport ahead of him.
“Ex-student Chris Clarke is a talented sprinter who has had huge success in his 200m and 400m running career and more recently as a guide to Libby Clegg. He assisted her in winning two golds medals in the 100m and the 200m at the Paralympics in Rio. The ‘Sports Personality of the Year’ award is more than well deserved.”
During their two week visit, teachers Yin Min and Shen Jiawen are teaching alongside Sheila Quinn, from Greenleas, who went on a research trip to Yangpu Primary School and a primary school affiliated to the University of Shanghai for Science in November this year.
Denbigh School Headteacher Andy Squires said:
“Shanghai students have long been recognised amongst some of the most accomplished in mathematics in the world, borne out in the recently published PISA results.
“The aim of the exchange is to share best practice and to improve the way in which UK students study mathematics. This unique programme is the third exchange that Denbigh has facilitated and has been advantageous in building relationships and sharing best practice between our two countries. It will have a positive impact on the learning of our students.”
Greenleas School Headteacher Rebecca Clarke agreed, she said:
“Yin Min and Shen Jiawen have been in the classroom teaching mathematical strategies helping teachers improve further on their educational standards. They have engaged the students, enabling them to be better equipped to improve their studying and enhance their development in mathematics.”
The Enigma Maths Hub, based at Denbigh School, is one of 35 Maths Hubs nationally supporting such initiatives and is funded by the Department of Education and coordinated by the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM).
The Aspire Programme is the first step on James’ ‘Talent Pathway’ and consists of eight training days that will take place at venues all over the region, culminating in a championship competition in June.
“For a student that shows this amount of dedication to his sport, the opportunity for James to train with coaches from the national team is well deserved.” Headteacher Andy Squires said.
“James has been invited to attend the programme, as he has shown potential to play for England. Over the next year James will get the chance to demonstrate his talents and I am confident he has the capability and potential to succeed during the programme and beyond.”
The Aspire programme is focused on enhancing players with potential above county level to create a sustainable succession of players into the England Development Programme and offer a quality environment where the best players in the region can come together to train.
One successful Denbigh student got to experience the many diverse roles that Thames Valley Police undertake, including the work of the control room, where 999 calls are dealt with, walking the beat accompanied by Gez Chiariello and meeting Mounted Branch’s horse Samson.
Another student visited the indoor skydiving attraction at Xscape and the Redway School as part of her duties as Mayor for the day. A third student observed the range of activities that the Hedgerows Family Centre in Netherfield has to offer, as well as calling in at several other MK schools in a busy day accompanying Director of People Michael Bracey.
Delighted that three out of the six students who took part in the Takeover Day competition were from Denbigh, Headteacher Andy Squires said:
“Having half of the winners in this competition meant that our students took over the running of Milton Keynes for the day with their choice of roles, a real testament to the students’ talent and ambitions.
“The students benefited from experiencing what it is like in the adult world of work and gained an understanding of organisations that affect all of us as residents of MK. Experiences like these help shape our students by showing them what skills and attributes they will need to succeed later on in their lives.”
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A number of shoe boxes were decorated by students who also kindly contributed a variety of gifts, so that the boxes were fit to bursting with festive goodies that are to be sent to children in the four corners of the world by Samaritan’s Purse UK. The students were also encouraged to include a personal note, a photograph of themselves and label the boxes ‘boy’ or ‘girl’.
Denbigh staff dropped off the mountain of boxes to Shoe Zone in Bletchley, just one of the many drop off points in the area.
Impressed by the huge stack of brightly adorned boxes and the assortment of treats and useful items inside, Headteacher Andy Squires said:
“The students wholeheartedly embraced Operation Christmas Child’s aim to change children’s lives all over the world by donating gifts and spending time on the boxes to make them as ‘Christmassy’ as possible.
“Denbigh School is delighted that we could play a small part in helping making a difference to young people in often very remote areas and at the same time educating our students on how other children may be celebrating the festive season.”
Samaritan’s Purse UK is an international relief and development organisation that works amongst communities in need across the world.
Bag packing in local supermarkets, non-uniform days and crowd pulling stalls at the School’s Christmas bazaar were just some of the imaginative ways the students came up with to raise the money.
Proud of the student’s achievement, Headteacher Andy Squires said:
“The students have worked so hard to raise the money needed to purchase this vital equipment that will benefit MK residents. The monitor measures critical patient’s information, such as heart rate, blood pressure and oxygen levels in blood.
“At Denbigh School we encourage students, not only to excel in their studies, but to inspire them to grow as individuals and to be active participants in school and in their community.”
There are five Houses that students belong to at Denbigh and each choose a charity annually to support. Newton House have helped support Leo’s charity based at MK University Hospital for the last two years. The charity helps make sure that every child admitted gets the best possible care and that the hospital is comfortable for children and their families.
Thursday, 17th November from 6:00pm
You are warmly invited to attend Denbigh School’s Sixth Form Open Evening to find out more about the nature of Denbigh Sixth Form and the courses and opportunities available to students beginning their Sixth Form career at Denbigh School in September 2017.
The evening presents a range of information gathering opportunities including:
• A formal presentation by the Headteacher to provide an overview of the curriculum offer, broader opportunities available, entry criteria and of course, reasons why Denbigh Sixth Form is an excellent place for students to continue to build towards their goals.
• An informal opportunity to talk to subject teachers and current students to gather details about specific courses.
Please organise your visit around attending one of the Headteacher’s presentations, which will be made in the Meeting Hall at 6:15pm, 7:15pm and 8:15pm. The evening ends at 9:00pm.
We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, 17th November.
One million seeds were flown to the International Space Station (ISS) where they stayed for six months and the identical amount of seeds were kept on earth. Then over a 35-day period, students germinated and grew the seedlings from one blue pack of seeds and one red, without knowing which packet had the seeds from space and which ones were kept on Earth.
After the students carefully recorded the growth data, Biomathematics and Statistics Scotland (BioSS) helped analyse the information collected. They found that on average the Earth seeds grew better than the space seeds, but that this was probably due to the seeds being affected by radiation whilst on the ISS. This exciting discovery now means that it has been proven that food can be grown on long-term space missions or even on another planet.
The aim of the experiment was to see if human life can be preserved on another planet and how astronauts can survive on long-term missions. The project was timed to fit in with Tim Peake’s mission to the ISS.
Headteacher Andy Squires said:
“The students very much enjoyed taking part in the Rocket Science experiment. It was really exciting for them that the project was created to tie in with inspiring British astronaut Tim Peake’s mission to the ISS and that the results have given scientists a real insight into survival in space.
“Anyone interested in learning more about searching for signs of life beyond Earth is invited to an address by Dr Manish Patel from the Open University. His lecture on exploring Mars will be at Denbigh School on 24 November at 3:15pm.”
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One of only 30 elite players Molly, who trains with the MK Dons in a central role, will be coached for three days with other U14 players from across England.
“This is an amazing opportunity for such a gifted footballer.” Denbigh’s Headteacher Andy Squires said. “Molly is an integral part of the School team and I’m sure this experience will help to shape her game for years to come. The School is proud that Molly is the second student in this age group from Denbigh School in as many months to be chosen to attend the England Training Camp. We wish her the best of luck.”
When students returned to school this week they were greeted with a brighter, quieter and more comfortable environment to study, dine and socialise. The new glazed roof, which covers a large double storey multi-use area known as ‘The Street’, is the access point from which all parts of the school are reached.
The modernised roof will now deliver improved thermal performance, heat retention and has new integral smoke vents, as part of an upgrade to the fire alarm system. The installation of photovoltaic panels will, not only provide green energy for the school, but also an income from unused energy that will be fed back into the grid.
Headteacher Andy Squires took the decision to replace the roof in order to address its material failings and to deal with environmental issues, such as heavy condensation, multiple points of water entry and noise amplification caused whenever it rained. High temperatures in summer and wasted energy from lights that needed to be switched on during the day, due to poor transmission of light, were also concerns. Mr Squires said:
“The old roof, which was deemed ‘fragile’ meant that access for repairs and maintenance, was not possible without significant cost and so was in desperate need of replacing. Instead of a 6mm polycarbonate roof, the School now has one that is 25mm and is a clear UV protected structure, which comes with a 20 year guarantee.
“The benefits will mean that Denbigh will see a dramatic improvement to the School’s utility bills, as heat loss has been reduced by 70%. The comfort of the students and staff will be much improved by the control of temperature and from the leaks and noise nuisance from heavy rainfall, that was affecting not only ‘The Street’, but also the adjoining classrooms.
“Access to undertake the works was a significant aspect of the project. To put it into perspective - if all of the scaffold poles were laid out in a line they would have stretched over four miles long.”
Denbigh School secured funding of over £500,000 to carry out the works through the Department of Education’s ‘Condition of Improvement Grant’.
The Bauder Euroglaze roofing system was specified by consultants, Trend & Thomas Surveyors Ltd., as part of the design and tender process. They also provided project management and contract administration during the construction phase.
Tenders for the works were invited from four specialist and approved installers of the system with CWG Roofing Ltd. the successful contractor.
Information and statistics from Ofsted and the Department of Education, amongst other organisations, are analysed by School Guide, who then award each school in the UK with a rating of 1-5 stars. Parents can then review and compare against other schools in the area.
Thrilled that Denbigh and its feeder schools have all been rated as ‘Five Star’, Headteacher Andy Squires said:
“These ratings are fantastic news for Denbigh and our family of schools. Denbigh has well-established links with its local primary schools and, not only do these star ratings acknowledge the hard work of each of the schools, but it also reassures the local community on the standard of education on offer. The relationship between our schools is especially important at this time of year to ensure the smooth transition of students transferring from primary to secondary school.” Denbigh’s feeder schools added:
Loughton Headteacher, Andy George:
“We are very proud of our five star rating and are pleased that our successful partnership with Denbigh and other local schools has been recognised.”
Two Mile Ash Headteacher, Sarah Bennett:
“At Two Mile Ash we are constantly striving to do our very best for our children and parents. We are so proud that this energy and determination concerning our staff has been recognised and our children continue to flourish in our care.”
Caroline Haslett Headteacher, Paul Quinton:
“The opportunity to work collaboratively and strategically to share high quality expertise has contributed greatly to increased staff motivation and a rise in academic standards throughout the school.”
Andy Squires, Head Teacher, said “I am very proud of the results. We have a very dedicated set of staff, students and parents who have worked tirelessly in order to help students secure their best results. I am particularly pleased that our students have achieved all the necessary grades, in droves, ready to start their Sixth Form studies at Denbigh, in what promises to be a bumper year”.
Head Teacher, Andy Squires, said “I am very proud of what our students have achieved in their Year 13 examinations. This is a result of their hard work and determination over the last two years. Students, staff and parents, rightly, have high aspirations; in an increasingly competitive environment, I am delighted that our students have secured top university places, apprenticeships and employment opportunities within their chosen fields. This year we have three students leaving to study at Oxford, for Maths, Chemistry and History. Whilst we also have students taking up places at Durham for Medicine and the LSE for Economics.”
We wish all our students well in their further studies.
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Over 150 students have been encouraged to get involved in the DofE Awards at Bronze, Silver and Gold level since Denbigh School became a Directly Licensed Centre. They have benefited from learning vital skills for life and work, such as confidence, commitment, resilience and team work.
Members of the Royal Family; HRH The Duke of Edinburgh and TRH The Earl and Countess of Wessex, congratulated those that were in attendance at the presentation for their participation and support of the millions of young people in the UK and across the globe who, since its foundation in 1956, have achieved DofE Awards.
British Perfumer, Jo Malone, presented Headteacher Andy Squires with a plaque to commemorate Denbigh's commitment to DofE, whilst praising the School and the other DofE centres for their resilience, creativity and passion.
Delighted with the award, Mr Squires said:
"It is an honour for the school that we have been recognised in this way and in such beautiful surroundings as the Buckingham Palace Gardens. The students that take part in the DofE awards are encouraged to independently choose activities and challenges that help them develop as individuals and teach them valuable skills for the future."
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Set up in 2001 to fill a recognised football development gap, the Academy offers students aged 16-18 years old the opportunity to combine studies with their football development.
In the last 15 years over 180 students have completed the full time two year course attaining BTEC and FA coaching qualifications. Physical Education Teacher Malcom Lay, who runs the Academy said:
"The Football Academy has a proven track record of producing some outstanding candidates who have gone on to have fantastic careers in the sporting world or have continued in the same field in further education.
"The challenging and flexible course offers male and female Sixth Formers the chance to study an academic and vocational qualification. This is all part of the Football Academy's appeal".
Headteacher Andy Squires added:
"With their passion for football and sport, the Academy's students develop their skills and gain qualifications that set them on a successful path into rewarding professions. Some of them have gone on to coach in America and South Africa, with others extending their studies at university on sports related degree courses.
"It is a testament to the hard work of teaching staff that the Academy has reached this 15 year milestone and that the course is full year on year."
Anyone interested in finding out more about the Denbigh Football Academy can contact Malcolm Lay at Denbigh School on 01908 505030.
Working in small groups with local elderly residents, the students not only explained how to use their devices, but also showed them how to get the most out of their technology.
Impressed with what the residents had been taught, club organiser Dave Hall said:
"The Over 60's group all said they had learned from the experience and not only about IT. It was great to turn things on their head and have the youngsters teaching the 'oldies'."
Assistant Headteacher Simon Goodall, who helped specially select the students to run the sessions, added:
"The drop-in proved to be a great success, not only with members of the over 60's group, who will now be able to make better use of their devices, but with our talented Year 9 students who have a great deal of technical knowhow and skills to offer the local community."
The School will host another Community IT drop-in session on 25 May, where the students will offer further support for the group.
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Several trollies were filled full to bursting with donated food and toiletry items, with the School also donating £973 collected from staff and from students who wore non-school uniform for the day.
Impressed by the mountains of food items and generous cash contributions, Headteacher Andy Squires said:
"Denbigh students, their parents and the staff never fail to impress me with their kind donations for the School's charities. We consider ourselves a community school and helping local people and charities is part of the school's ethos and is an important lesson to teach our young people."
The consultation is open to all, including the School's parents and carers, staff, and the local community. The consultation period will start on Thursday 28th April 2016 and continue for four weeks until Thursday 26th May 2016. Further information regarding the consultation can be found on the Denbigh website at www.denbigh.net. Should you have any questions or comments during this time please do not hesitate to write to me at the following email address, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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As part of the Lord Speaker's Peers in Schools outreach programme, Baroness Young of Old Scone met Denbigh School students to talk about the role that politics plays in society and to inspire them to vote once they reach 18. The Baroness's presentation, which supports the student's Citizenship studies, focused on the parliamentary process and life at Westminster.
The Baroness expressed her belief that people as young as 16 should be able to vote and recently argued for this in parliament in time for the EU referendum. Although defeated, she said that she will keep trying, as she grew up in a time when apartheid was very much in the news and, at 16, she had strong political views.
In appreciation of the Baroness taking time away from her demanding political role to talk to Denbigh students, Headteacher Andy Squires added:
"The visit to Denbigh by the Baroness gave our students a fantastic opportunity to interact with a working member of the House of Lords, who knows the parliamentary system inside out. Westminster life can sometimes seem far removed from young people's daily lives, but the presentation by the Baroness, not only gave an insight into how important their vote is in terms of citizenship, but how it impacts and determines the work of politicians."
Chosen for their tireless work on the School's Student Council, they attended the celebration alongside Her Majesty The Queen and Their Royal Highnesses The Duke of Edinburgh, The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry. This year's service celebrated the 2016 Commonwealth theme 'An Inclusive Commonwealth.' The aim of the Service was to celebrate the unity, diversity and linkages of the modern Commonwealth and foster greater understanding of the Commonwealth's achievements and role.
Speakers included former United Nations Secretary-General Mr Kofi Annan and leaders from a number of major faiths. The audience also enjoyed a performance by singer/songwriter Ellie Goulding.
Entitled 'Fear is the Lock on Freedom's Door', the dance took the audience through a rollercoaster of emotions and visibly moved some to tears, as the students performed the gritty story of an abused girl who eventually breaks the chains of her painful experience.
Participating schools were asked to choose a theme of their choice, which Denbigh tackled head on by deciding on the subject of child sexual abuse, as sudents felt that until victims speak out, nothing will change.
The panel of judges awarded Denbigh School 9 out of 11 'Excellence Awards' including performance skills, choreography and excellence in soundtrack.
Following the successful evening, Denbigh School Headteacher Andy Squires said:
"Winning this exciting dance challenge is a fantastic achievement for the School and I applaud the students for their dedication, their many hours of rehearsals and for their maturity and sensitivity to the subject matter."
The 58 strong cast of dancers and behind the scenes stagehands competed against four other schools to win the regional award and will now go on to the Southern final at Portsmouth's Guildhall in June.
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