Year 7 motto - "Learn to be excellent"
The Year 7 Team are based in the Year 7 area in Wainwright.
If your child has AN APPOINTMENT DURING THE SCHOOL DAY and needs to leave school, please notify their year team who will be able to give your child permission to leave school.
Reporting Absence - Please note: Year Teams are not able to record your child’s absence. If you child is absent from school for any reason, you must contact Attendance as early as possible using the online form at: Cheney School Student Absence, by emailing at: RHW@cheney.oxon.sch.uk or by calling and leaving a message at: 01865 765726 - Option 1
Year 7 Key dates, 2021-2022
Tuesday 31 August and Wednesday 1 September: School closed for INSET
Thursday 2 September: first day of school for Year 7 students
Thursday 2 September and Friday 3 September: Transition Days
Friday 3 September: School Photography
Thursday 23 September: Half day (to prepare for Y6 Open Evening)
Thursday 30 September: Y7 Meet the Tutors Evening
Monday 1 November: School closed for INSET
Friday 3 December: School closed for Well-being Day
Monday 3 January: School closed for INSET
Monday 28 February: School closed for INSET
Thursday 10 March: Year 7 Parents' Evening
Student quick links
Tutor Team Year 7 2021-2022
|David Smith - email@example.com
Winnet Makwezva - firstname.lastname@example.org
Sophia Fornwalt - email@example.com
Hannah King- firstname.lastname@example.org
Sam Rasbash - email@example.com
Bryony Robinsons - firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheney Book Canon - Year 7 Choice
Can You See Me? By Libby Scott and Rebecca Westcott
Tally is eleven years old and she's just like her friends.
Well, sometimes she is. If she tries really hard to be. Because there's something that makes Tally not the same as her friends. Something she can't cover up, no matter how hard she tries: Tally is autistic. Tally's autism means there are things that bother her even though she wishes they didn't.
It means that some people misunderstand, her and feel frustrated by her. People think that because Tally's autistic, she doesn't realise what they're thinking, but Tally sees and hears - and notices - all of it. And, honestly? That's not the easiest thing to live with. Perfect for fans of Wonder and The Goldfish Boy, this sucker punch to the heart is valuable reading for children and adults alike. Endearing, insightful and warmly uplifting, Can You See Me? is a story of autism, empathy and kindness that will touch readers of all ages.