Year 10 - Red Year
Welcome to the Red Year Group - Year 10 - 2022/23
Below you will find just some of the important information that will help support your son/daughter through their year at Cheam.
There is much more information available within the rest of the website and, as always, please contact the year team directly if you require any specific information.
Our email address is: email@example.com
Year Leader: Mrs Bailey
Year Manager: Mrs Prior
Deputy Year Leader: Mr Kanakalingham
Leadership Line Manager: Mr Newman
10CG - Mr Colgate
10FN - Miss Forzani
10GN - Miss Gawn
10JS/SD - Mrs Johnson/Mrs Simpson
10KN/PI - Mr Kanakalingham/Dr Pizzorni
10LY - Mr Lyle
10MA - Mr Martin
10MH - Mr Mirhashem
10MY - Miss Mulcahy
10PC - Miss Peacock
10RX - Mr Robson
10SM - Miss Shanmugam
Key dates for Year 10
Year 10 information Evening - N/A
Year 10 Subject Teacher Meeting - January 5th
Exam dates for Year 10 - March 13th - 17th
(Please be aware that some subject will test students at other times during the year. For specific subject information please contact the subject leader of the relevant department)
Sponsored Walk - N/A
Prize Giving - July 18th
Year 10 Data Collection 3 -
Students are encouraged to be at school by 8:20am to ensure a prompt start to the day.
A typical day at Cheam starts with tutor time or assembly and continues until the end of period 5 at 2:50pm.
Tutor time: 8:30am - 8:50am
Period 1: 8:50am - 9:50am
Period 2: 9:50am - 10:50am
Break: 10:50am - 11:10am
Period 3: 11:10am -12:10pm
Lunch for Years 10: 1:10pm - 1:50pm
Period 4: 12:50pm - 1:50pm
Period 5: 1:50pm - 2:50pm
Please note: assembly day for Year 10 is a Tuesday
There are a variety of extra curricular clubs that take place after school as well as homework club and sports matches. Information regarding the wide range of extra curricular clubs that are available can be found here.
Inter-tutor events - this is updated regularly, keep checking in!
After the success of our Christmas wreath competiton, we will be holding an Easter tutor challenge. More details will follow.
Students are competing to achieve their bronze, silver and gold awards. We are so pround of all our students who have been collecting so many points.
We want to reward students who demonstrate characteristics of the Cheam MANTRA in as many ways as possible.
For Years 7 - 10 students can collect stamps at the swap shop during break on Tuesday's or Thursday's. One stamp is awarded for every 5 IRIS rewards they have received. These stamps can then be 'swapped' for a wide variety of items for the swap shop after school also on a Tuesday or Thursday. Items available include sweets, chocolates, popcorn, table tennis bats, refillable water bottles, free breakfast or lunch, £10/£20 and £50 vouchers, headphones, EarPods, Kindles and many more. Students can also choose to spend their rewards on planting tress or even donating to a charity of their choice.
Cashless card payment system
Information regarding the cashless card payment system can be found here.
Information regarding the uniform expectation can be found here.