Characters come to life as pupils pen a book
Exploration of art and music around the world
Accrington Stanley Footballer
Secret Millionaire inspires career choices
PUPILS were inspired to consider their GCSE options after taking part in a series of workshops and talks including one from a ‘Secret Millionaire’.
Carl Hopkins, who appeared on the Channel 4 programme in 2008, told the Year 9 pupils about his journey from humble beginning through his often difficult time in education and on to when he decided to follow his artistic dreams, which he then turned into a business success.
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Pupil ambassadors tackle behaviour
THIRTY pupils have been named ambassadors to address upsetting behaviour.
As part of a curriculum challenge at Christmas, pupils looked at respect issues and applications were made for a team of pupil ambassadors.
Deputy Headteacher Mrs Panteli said: “There was a fantastic response and we received 90 applications. We held interviews and selected 30 pupils from across the different year groups.
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Pupils explore the wild on Bushcraft Day
Parents treated to fairytale dramas
Career opportunities spelled out
Caring pupils raise money for charity
Death of Mandela Mourned by Millions
The sky isn’t the limit for curriculum challenge!
“To the moon and back” was the title of a special three-day curriculum challenge.
Pupils followed a collapsed timetable and worked in teams with Years 7and 8 taught together and Years 9 and 10 being paired together.
Assistant headteacher Mrs Lomax said: “I took my inspiration from my younger brother Ben because he used to love me reading a book ‘Guess How Much I love You?’ and the answer was to the moon and back.
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Share your faith with pupils
Articles on hate crime for Amnesty competition
THREE pupils have written articles on the impact that the murder of Sophie Lancaster has had on the way hate crime is reported.
Georgina Cross, George Cartridge and Gabrielle Holmes, from Year 9 have submitted their work for an Amnesty International competition to produce a news report on a human rights issue.
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