We are proud to announce that the ‘Young Enterprise Team’ finally got their hands on the award they won during the virtual presentation, way back in April. The team picked up the 'Best Customer Service' award for their product 'Enviroverse'. Students were involved in selling eco-friendly stationary sets to their peers and the product was designed in an effort to reduce the amount of plastic waste in the world. Congratulations guys!!
We are delighted to announce that our Performing Arts students are once again taking part in the 2020/21 Shakespeare School Festival and will be presenting contemporary versions of Romeo and Juliet (Year 11) and A Midsummer Night's Dream (Year 10). There is the added challenge this year of having to respond to COVID 19 restrictions so students will create socially distanced performances of the plays led by our Head of Performing Arts, Mrs Salisbury, who is directing at the festival for the 14th consecutive year. The performances will be streamed live to an audience of family, friends, staff and Governors on 20th November 2020 from 7pm; we will share details of how to tune in closer to the date.
The PE team have worked really hard to ensure that students are COVID 19 safe but can still gain access to a range of sports. Here are some of our Year 7 students who have been enjoying football, badminton and netball. Mr Cairns and his fantastic team are absolutely committed to delivering the best possible PE and Sporting opportunities to all of our students.
Once again, a group of students enjoyed a day of learning outside the classroom and took part in a range of activities designed to develop self-esteem, build confidence and encourage independence via improved listening skills and decision making. It’s amazing to see how students respond in different environments and note what a positive impact this work is having.