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Year 9

Email: cam-year9@cambournevc.org 

 

Head of Year: Mr I Knightley

Assistant Head of Year: Mr H Ogunfowora

Pastoral Assistant: Ms M Stanford

SLG: Mr J Russen

Assembly: Tuesday

 

9C

Mrs H Loveridge

9A

Ms A Somi

9M

Mr D Burgess

9B

Mrs E Taylor/ Ms J Howe

9O

Mr J Olivery

9U

Mr C Savill

9R

Ms A Pickett

9N

Mr M Bryant

9E

Ms C Reeves

9V

Ms P Courtois

Welcome from the Head of Year 9

Over the past two years, when faced with the unique challenges caused by Covid, this cohort’s adaptability, resilience and perseverance has shone through – I am very proud of all of them. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all parents/carers for your ongoing support in dealing with day-to-day issues and for your understanding of necessary changes to our regular procedures. Like all staff, students and parents, I am looking forward to a more settled year ahead, albeit one with its own, new challenges for us to rise to.

Year 9 is, undoubtedly, an important and exciting time for students at Cambourne Village College. With the GCSE options process taking place, decisions that students will make in Year 9 will impact not only the rest of their time at Cambourne Village College but also their long-term futures. Throughout this process, I would encourage all students to communicate any concerns/queries with their subject specialist teachers, who are able to offer detailed and expert insight at this critical time, as well as with parents/carers at home. As ever, the Year 9 pastoral team will be on hand to advise, guide and support.

The Year 9 team is dedicated to ensuring that our students receive an excellent standard of pastoral care. The relationships that our tutors have established with their tutees over the past two years is fundamental to this and I am confident Year 9 students will continue to look to these key members of staff to help support them through issues that arise throughout this year. Please do communicate with your child’s tutor any queries or concerns you may have; they are their first point of contact every day and are ideally placed to act upon information you may need to relay.

In this final year of their Key Stage 3 education, I am looking forward to seeing my cohort’s development continue and flourish.  The enthusiasm, ambition and dedication to their studies that has become characteristic of this group of young people will, I am confident, help to ensure that this year is every bit as successful as those that have preceded it.

Mr I Knightley