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16 Jul 2019

Rotary Club

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We are delighted to announce that Anjali Churcher in year 11 has received a Rotary Club of Birmingham Design and Technology Award. She won 2nd prize in the “ideas” category and a £75 cash prize! She was presented the award by the Lord Mayor of Birmingham and had the chance to explain her project to […]

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16 Jul 2019

Policies Reminder

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Dear Parents/Carers As we come to the end of the academic year, I would like to ask for your support in reinforcing some of the policies and procedures we have in school. Please can I remind you that we do have a strict uniform policy which we expect students to adhere to. If you or […]

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16 Jul 2019

PE Update

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Regional Handball On the 8th May after winning the Birmingham schools round we went to represent the school at the West Midlands final. Unfortunately due to clashes with exams we were unable to take our full year 10 team so we asked the ever so talented year 9s to step in. Being relatively new to […]

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16 Jul 2019

Parental Workshops

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When MONDAY 7TH OCTOBER 5:30-6:30PM Where Centenary Room Entry via Hall Road only. MISS COLLINS: Using transactional analysis to support you through difficult or challenging conversations with your daughter. Telephone: 0121 554 2342 TO BOOK YOUR PLACE. FUTURE DATES THURSDAY 12TH DECEMBER 5:30-6:30PM FRIENDSHIPS AND OTHER WEAPONS. TUESDAY 4TH FEBRUARY 5:30-6:30PM WELLBEING & ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT: […]

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16 Jul 2019

Lessons From Auschwitz Project

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In the spring term newsletter, Esther Humphries and Isobel Ducille in Y12 wrote about their experiences on the Lessons from Auschwitz Project, a government-funded programme, organised each year by the History department. Since then they have been working hard on their followup project. Esther and Isobel helped out at the recent Y10 Holocaust event, run […]

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16 Jul 2019

Harry Potter App

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‘Harry Potter: Wizards Unite’: Information for Education Settings Following recent enquiries from schools and settings regarding the new ‘Harry Potter: Wizards Unite’ app, the Education Safeguarding Service have collated some practical advice regarding how to keep children safe when playing, which may be helpful to share with parents/carers if concerns are raised. What is ‘Harry […]

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16 Jul 2019

GCSE Art and Design Visit

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On Friday 14th June, Year 10 Art GCSE students visited the Lapworth Museum of Geology and Barber Institute of Fine Arts, both located locally as part of Birmingham University. Pupils were provided with many opportunities to observe art and natural forms and handle precious artefacts such as ammonites, the skull of a sabre tooth cat […]

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16 Jul 2019

Garden Villages STEM Trip

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An amazing experience for five of our year 7 girls who visited Bishop Challoner School to take part in a STEM Garden Villages event. They had to choose the best location for a village and factored in land cost, areas of interest and archaeological sites as well as marshland and access to transport links. Their […]

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16 Jul 2019

Charity Update July 2019

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We have reached the end of our charity year with the annual Race for Life event in aid of Cancer Research UK, while the money is  still to be counted for a final result for the event and hence the year, it was a successful event. Our new senior prefect team were assigned roles and […]

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16 Jul 2019

Fusion 360 Training

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A massive thanks to Mrs Tongue, a STEM trainer, who came for the day to show our girls how to use Fusion 360, a CAD drawing software. All the staff involved were so impressed with how quickly our girls were able to create very professional looking designs, literally a matter of minutes! I can’t wait […]

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