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If you have not booked tickets yet to see the school production of George Orwell’s ‘1984’, then please do so before they are all booked out. I went last night to the show on the opening night, and it was extraordinary. Orwell’s novel is a powerful piece of work that has not dated, with the political and social implications explored just as relevant now as when it was first published. The startling film version that came out in 1984, which has a number of Frensham connections, was a brilliant adaptation, and Amanda and her team have done an amazing job of making this text relevant on the stage in 2019. There is also the option, for those interested in film memorabilia, to bid in a silent auction for copies of the original film posters signed by the director Mike Radford. All proceeds go to the school charity.
Yesterday I visited one of our feeder schools, a state primary about thirty minutes away. I had a wonderful tour of the school by two confident and delightful Year 6 children and I spent time chatting to the Head. What struck me as we discussed the kinds of things that Heads discuss when they get together (the quality of chocolate brownies, Brexit and the weather) was the similarities between our schools. Whilst politicians attempt to drive a wedge between the independent and state sectors, there is clearly so much to be gained by working together and helping each other. This is an area that the school is working on as I believe that we can gain a huge amount through collaboration. As I have mentioned before, if you have ideas or contacts in this regard, do please let us know.

Have a wonderful weekend.

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