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17 Dec 2019

PE Newsletter Update December 2019

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U15 County Netball Tournament On Tuesday the 2nd of October, players from year 7, 9 and 10 competed in the year 10 county netball tournament held at Edgbaston Five Ways. We played against teams including Camp Hill, The High School for girls, Arthur Terry and finished 4th overall. It was a great opportunity to play […]

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17 Dec 2019

Mock Election

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Sixth form Politics students are keen to see political awareness raised amongst their peers and across the school. To this end, Mia Bingham and team organised our mock election. This involved assemblies, lunchtime debates, a form time quiz and of course a vote on the day itself. Some photos can be seen below. Our candidates […]

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17 Dec 2019

Miss KE Reflections and Thoughts

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Thoughts after Miss KE…. Miss KE is definitely an event the whole school looks forward to annually and to be able to host it brings this huge pressure to make sure it’s unforgettable. Lots of you probably know that to run Miss KE, there’s now an application process which consisted of two questions for all […]

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17 Dec 2019

Engineering Education Scheme

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Team 1: Over this term, a group of year 12 students have been creating a very exciting project and completing the Engineering Education Scheme. Back in October, we were offered a chance to work with IMI Truflo to create a solution to an engineering project. Our aim is to be able to split water into […]

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17 Dec 2019

Charity update December 2019

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The highlight of this half term has been Children In Need week and the Miss KE event. All form groups were invited to come up with ways to raise money for children In Need, some chose sponsored dress up in everything from Pyjamas to fictional characters. For future reference we do ask that students dress […]

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17 Dec 2019

Art in Action Conference

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As an A-level Art group we attended a conference at Warwick university titled: Art In Action. The day consisted of four artists sharing their experiences and thoughts about their artwork, which was really insightful and interesting as they gave an idea of what it would be like to work in art professionally. We first heard […]

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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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