Some of our students will shortly be following the religious observance of Ramadan, which this year falls at the same time as the GCSE and A Level examination season. Students who are fasting may experience a range of possible benefits such as feeling closer to God, learning to exercise self-control, and strengthening community and family ties. However, we recognise that fasting often also results in tiredness, low energy, dehydration, reduced focus, memory and concentration issues, which may impact adversely on students during their exams.
We are rightly proud of our reputation for good conduct and behaviour, a view supported by Ofsted and the parent and carer feedback on ParentView. However, not all children will get it right every time, and when students do get it wrong we aim to work with all parties to put things right. No matter how good something is we should always look to make it even better; with that in mind we would like your views on some changes we are considering.
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