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22 Oct 2019

Autumn Term I Newsletter 2019

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A Level Art Goldsmiths Webinar Year 13 A level Art Students participated in a webinar with Goldsmiths University this month with the focus being putting together a portfolio of artwork in readiness for University Interviews. Click Here to read more A Shining Light One of the many wonderful traditions we have in school is the […]

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22 Oct 2019

Year 9 Induction Day

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Precious Lives, a workshop about decisions and consequences. Many have been lost to gun and knife crime. Many have lost loved ones to gun and knife crime. Rob Pedley came to our school and managed to educate us about the dangers of socialising with the wrong crowd and how even just being a bystander to […]

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22 Oct 2019

STEM Club

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Science club is off to an exciting start with a brand-new (more accurate) name in a brand-new location: technology. Having explored student-suggested practical experiments last year, and completed a of range longer term projects using skills from across the disciplines, it made sense to move to a location with the engineering tools for the challenges […]

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22 Oct 2019

PE Update October 2019

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GCSE P.E. Results This year we have continued the trend of great results 87% level 7-9. The PE Leaner Profile Following on from last year we have a very clear vision of what qualities a PE student should have. We have shared it with every pupil and asked them to tick or star the values […]

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22 Oct 2019

Our Borneo Expedition 2019

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Sofia Khan Our journey to Borneo began 21 months and 6500 miles away from Malaysia, in late 2017 when we first found out we were going on the expedition. This trip would be the first time most of us would venture so far across the globe to a country so different to our own, so […]

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22 Oct 2019

Life Drawing Masterclass

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Our A level Art Students participated in a really exciting opportunity this month in attending two life drawing workshops to develop their observational drawing skills.  They were delivered by artist Kevin Ryan who runs a number of classes in the local area including at the Midland Arts Centre alongside a model. We were so very […]

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22 Oct 2019

Geography Brindley Place

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Year 11 Geography Trip to Brindley Place On 26th September year 11 Geography students went on a field trip to Brindley Place.  In order to investigate how this old industrial area had been successfully redeveloped they conducted a variety of surveys in the area.  These included questionnaires with members of the public, environmental quality surveys, […]

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22 Oct 2019

European Day of Languages

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During European day of Languages, we had some taster sessions of different languages that are spoken all around Europe. These were: Malayalam and Tamil by Amelia and Benita in Year 8, Spanish by Liz, Vicandria, and Selena in Year 9, Punjabi and Urdu by Avinash and Saba in Year 8 and Greek by Maria also […]

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22 Oct 2019

Chess Honours for Imogen

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Congratulations are due to Imogen Dicen in year 10 who was the top scorer in her county chess team leading them to third place in the 4Nation Chess League and also competed in the Inaugural English Girls chess Championship held at Blenheim Palace. By the end of the event she finished in first place in […]

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22 Oct 2019

Charity Update October 2019

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The final event of the 18-19 academic year was the annual Pink Day with our own shortened Race for Life in aid of Cancer Research UK. The day was organised by the new Charity Senior Prefects, Grace and Aliza with help from the rest of the senior prefect tem on the day. We were fortunate […]

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