February 2014

Gastronomie Française – 28/02/2014

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Year Nine French students were treated to the cuisine of France at Café Rouge in the Trafford Centre. On the menu were typical french dishes including bread sticks & garlic dips, grilled chicken & ratatouille and Crème Brulee.

Lancaster University Link – 14/02/2014

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A group of 42 Year Eleven students were invited to Lancaster University for a taster session as part of an initiative run by the Learning Intervention Team. The aim of the project is to heighten awareness of university options available to Year Elevens, to help them to maximise their potential in their studies and to [...]

Who’s telling stories? – 12/02/2014

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Allan Barrett , a performance poet and storyteller, visited school to help celebrate National Storytelling Week. Students from Years Seven and Eight were entertained during the morning with several humorous interactive stories. Thank you to the many pupils who volunteered to act out the stories. During the afternoon a smaller group of Year Sevens took [...]

Taste of Mexico – 05/02/2014

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33 Year Nine Spanish students visited the Chiquitos restaurant as part of a topic on food and drink. The students enjoyed a three-course meal of nachos, chicken fajitas and churros con chocolate. Some were even brave enough to sample the hot chilli sauce!

Macbeth – 05/02/2014

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‘Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble.’ The Manchester Actors Company visited school to give a performance of Shakespeare’s play to Year Seven. The acting troupe then continued with J.B. Priestley’s ‘An Inspector Calls’ for an audience of Year Nine students.