As an Easter treat before the end of term, our canteen staff made a wonderful selection of cakes, biscuits and sweets. Thank you to the ladies for all their hard work.
It's that time of year when Year 11 Drama candidates present their practical performance work to an external examiner. The 'Acting' element is worth 40% of the course and pupils have been rehearsing at half-term, weekends and after school to create that perfect performance. From devised performance to script, pupils have been inspired by a [...]
A big thank you to Mr Mayes who came and talked to all of Year Seven about space. He started each session with the star constellations and how the Greeks labelled them. Like the flying horse Pegasus and Orion with his triangle for a head. Then the second half was all about the planets of the solar system [...]
To mark Holy Week in school, Years Seven, Eight and Nine took part in a service of Reconciliation. This was led by Animate Youth Ministry and Fr Simon. Pupils listened to a retelling of the parable of the prodigal son and were give points to reflect on and think about things in their life that they were [...]
English Mrs Cookson, Tuesday 5th April 10 – 12:30 pm English Mr Roberts, Tuesday 5th April 10 – 12:30 pm English Mrs Stanton, Tuesday 5th April 10 – 12:30 pm French Ms Hughes class only, Thursday 31st March 10 – 2pm French Ms Hughes class only, Monday 4th April 10 – 2pm Science Mr Coyle, Friday 1st April 9 – 12:30 pm Music Individual students may be called in the 2nd week by prior [...]
Craft Club had an Easter theme on Monday, when we made decorations, decorated eggs, sheep and bunny masks. There were also colouring sheets depicting the Last Supper and Eater Sunday so that pupils could understand the true meaning of the Easter celebrations.
On Monday, there was a cake sale held in the library to raise awareness and money for The Epilepsy Society and for Corey Bates-Long to raise money for a special bed for his night seizures. We raised a total of over £40 and this will be added to the funds Corey and his friends and [...]
Congratulations to the Year Seven and Year Eight girls who finished in second place in the Table Tennis competition at the Greater Manchester School Games.
Please be mindful not to park cars on double yellow lines around school. Traffic wardens have been in attendance especially at the end of the school day and there has been an increase in parking tickets being issued around this time.
Some of our Year Seven students have been studying Sacred Books. We now know the names of the holy scriptures for the SIX World Religions: Hinduism: Rig Vegas Judaism : TeNaK Christianity :Bible Buddhism : Tripitaka Islam : Qur'an Sikhism : Guru Granth Sahib To fit in with Chinese New Year on Monday, 8th February, 2016 [...]