Summer Term II Newsletter 2019 | Newsletter
Ashpreet Ocean Rescue Blog
A well done to Ashpreet for entering the Sky Ocean Rescue blog competition, please read her entry below.
Buying Drugs Online
It’s against the law. Online or offline, it is illegal to possess, supply, import or export and unlawfully produce Class A, B, and C drugs.
Celebration of the Arts
What a wonderful display of the creative talents of our girls across the full breadth of our school! Visitors were treated to a showcase of Drama.
Charity Update July 2019
We have reached the end of our charity year with the annual Race for Life event in aid of Cancer Research UK.
Please find below two articles for parents to help you engage with your child’s online activities over the summer holidays, from ThinkUKnow.
French Department Twitter Account
The French department have a Twitter account.
Fusion 360 Training
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.
Garden Villages STEM Trip
An amazing experience for five of our year 7 girls who visited Bishop Challoner School to take part in a STEM Garden Villages event.
GCSE Art and Design Visit
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.
Harry Potter App
Following recent enquiries from schools and settings regarding the new ‘Harry Potter: Wizards Unite’ app.
Lessons From Auschwitz Project
In the spring term newsletter, Esther Humphries and Isobel Ducille in Y12 wrote about their experiences on the Lessons from Auschwitz Project.
Using transactional analysis to support you through difficult or challenging conversations with your daughter.
On the 8th May after winning the Birmingham schools round we went to represent the school at the West Midlands final.
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.
We are delighted to announce that Anjali Churcher in year 11 has received a Rotary Club of Birmingham Design and Technology Award.
RSA Pupil Design Awards
The RSA Pupil Design Awards is a competition in which students aged 11-17 are encouraged to come up with innovative ideas to overcome real life problems through design thinking.
On Thursday 4th July, a few Year 7 volunteers assisted Miss Campbell and Mrs Daniel with some Year 5s who were visiting our school science labatories.
Do you work at or run a manufacturing or printing business?
Year 7 German and French Spelling Bee
On Friday 12th July our six Year 7 German and French Spelling Bee representatives created a bit of a buzz at the inaugural finals.
Year 8 Think Tank
On Friday 5th July, the whole of Year Eight had the opportunity to experience the exhibitions, a show, and a workshop at Think Tank, Birmingham.
Year 9 Residential
In early July, I went on a residential to Paris with other Year 9 pupils. It was a three day trip filled with lots of exciting things to do and see.
Year 11 Alton towers
As part of our celebration of our time at KEVIHS, Year 11 went on a trip to Alton towers.