You are cordially invited to join us for the class of 2020 virtual Leavers' Ceremony, taking place at 3:15pm on Friday 22nd May.
As I'm sure you're tired of seeing, this year we're going to have to do things a little bit differently, but we have decided to follow our calendar and hold an event on one of the most important occasions of our academic year.
We would like as many people to join us possible, so we've taken the unusual step of publishing a prerecorded video on YouTube, meaning that everybody will be able to watch it at the same time.
We'll publish a story on the website going live at 3:15 which will have the link to the video in it.
The video will play perfectly well on your phone or laptop, but absolutely the best way to watch it if you can is on the telly, preferably with your family. If you have a smart TV you will find that it will very likely have a youtube app.
Similarly, you can also watch YouTube on a Chromecast stick, on a SkyQ box, on a Playstation, an X-Box or most Nintendo devices. Why not take some time now to familiarise yourself with how you're going to watch the ceremony tomorrow.
It will be available on demand, so don't worry if you're a little late starting and bear in mind that the ceremony runs for around 45 minutes, so get comfortable!
If you're watching with family, feel free to ask one of them to take a short video clip of your reaction and anything you want to say at the end. Maybe we can do something with them for your classmates!