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30 Oct 2017

Autumn Term I Newsletter 2017

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Headteacher’s Introduction Dear Parents and Carers, It is always a pleasure to look back on the wide range of activities and events that have taken place during a half term.  Despite the first half of the term being a busy time for settling in and setting off on new courses, classes and activities, it is […]

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30 Oct 2017

Year 10 English Activity Day

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This year, as Year 10, our activity day was revolved around helping us prepare for our English speaking endorsement exam. It was actually a really great day, starting off with an exceptionally motivational and inspiring speech from professional speaker Michelle Mills-porter a survivor of the 2004 tsunami. We watched in awe as she told us […]

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30 Oct 2017

Year 12 Activity Day

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Year 12 Activity Day The first Activity Day for Year 12 turned out to be really enjoyable as we participated in self-defence sessions, learnt mindfulness from relaxing meditation sessions and finally did many teamwork challenges with the actual British Army! Self-defence allowed us to act out possible situations that could occur in reality and how […]

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30 Oct 2017

Year 11 Stratford Trip

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Shaking the Cobwebs off Shakespeare!                                                                              A Trip to Stratford-upon-Avon with Year Eleven: On Friday the 13th of October, Year Eleven students journeyed into the fascinating past of the great playwright, William Shakespeare. As well as exploring a time of superstitions and the supernatural, students were also able to learn more about Shakespeare’s creations by visiting […]

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30 Oct 2017

Year 9 Activity Day History and Computing Trip

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Y9 ACTIVITY DAY HISTORY AND COMPUTING TRIP TO THE BLACK COUNTRY LIVING MUSEUM On Friday 13th October the History and Computing departments arranged for all of Year 9 to visit the Black Country Museum in Dudley. They were treated to a tour of the underground coal mine, a lesson in the Victorian schoolroom and the […]

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30 Oct 2017

Year 8 Wellbeing Day

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Activity Day on Friday 13th October 2017 This day was very fun as we had various tasks to try and complete. First of all, we had a Dove workshop which really informed us about the way beauty can transform us into another person! After that we decorated cupcakes- it was a lot of fun because […]

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30 Oct 2017

Year 7 STEM Activity Day 2017

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I personally think that the Activity Day was a great way of improving our team building skills and our perseverance, and also like the residential, it allowed us to bond more. I believe after these two events we are all much closer, and I know certain people agree that school is almost like a second […]

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30 Oct 2017

The Year 7 Residential

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The Year 7 residential must be one of the most memorable school trips I have ever been on. It was exactly what the teacher’s said it would be: an opportunity for the girls to get to know girls from other forms. I have to be honest with you, I only knew around two girls in […]

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30 Oct 2017

Sri Lanka Trip July 2017

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During the Summer Holidays a selection of students from Year 11 – 13 were fortunate enough to be able to travel on a two week trip around Sri Lanka.  After a year of fundraising for community projects and expenses we were raring to go. After the draining journey we began our expedition at a fish […]

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30 Oct 2017

Safeguarding Update

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Changes in the pastoral system With the beginning of a new academic year has come some new developments to the pastoral system in school. We would like to welcome Mrs Miras-Pye as our new Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator who is in school four days a week and is based in our new Learning Hub. Mrs […]

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