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Newsletter
16 Feb 2018

PE and Sport

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Year 7 Netball Match 16/01/18 Opposition: St Pauls School for Girls It was Tuesday 16th of January and the mighty year sevens were about to compete in their first match of 2018. After listening (in the mini bus) to “Heart of A Lion”, we were feeling courageous and inspired to play. However, after a bumpy […]

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16 Feb 2018

Looking forward to March events

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Shelfie competition In celebration of World Book Day the Library will be holding a Shelfie competition. Can you guess which member of staff owns which book shelf? Book Sale The Scholastic Book Sale will return on Monday 19th March until Thursday 22nd March. Sadly this one is not a half-price sale but there will still […]

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16 Feb 2018

Joint School Production

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Pride and Prejudice and Rock and Roll. Since September, pupils from both Handsworth Girls and Aston Boys have been busy rehearsing for the 2018 Joint Schools Production of Pride and Prejudice and Rock and Roll. Jane Austen’s classical tale has been updated to 1960’s Birmingham and tells the story of the five Bennet sisters, whose […]

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16 Feb 2018

Instrumental Music

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February 2018 The last two weeks of the Autumn Term were once again a very busy time for the Instrumental Music Department. Staff and pupils went into overdrive to prepare for the Christmas Concert, the Associated Board Music Examinations and the end of term Assembly which featured a Staff Choir once again.  The Christmas Concert […]

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16 Feb 2018

Careers Evening

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On Thursday 1st February, we held our annual Careers Evening for students in Years 9, 11 and 12. The event was well attended by students, parents, employers and universities. During the course of the evening, parents and students had the opportunity to visit employer stalls as well as listen to talks from a range of […]

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Newsletter
20 Dec 2017

Autumn Term II Newsletter 2017

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Headteacher’s Introduction Dear Parents As we approach the end of another busy term, I am delighted to draw your attention to the half termly newsletter which is available on our website.  This serves to give a flavour of the many and varied activities which have taken place during the term.  It is especially pleasing to […]

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20 Dec 2017

Wellbeing Information

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Shiny Gadgets ‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house, new technology was waiting no need for a mouse Shiny tablets were hung by the chimney with care, to be loaded with apps and personal information to share Whilst visions of Xbox danced in their heads the children were nestled all snug in […]

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20 Dec 2017

Science Competition Winner

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Congratulations to Ellie Purcell who inspired the Talent 2030 team with her blog post about aerospace engineers and mathematicians: Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson and Dorothy Vaughan. She won one of five goodie bags for ‘contributing to the celebration of women, past and present working in science, engineering, tech and manufacturing, and helping to inspire the […]

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20 Dec 2017

Science Club Soldering

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This half-term Science Club have been making flashing Christmas trees. Adhering to strict laboratory rules whilst working with molten metal which can reach up to temperatures of 330oC, year seven, eight and nine students safely made a raft of unique flashing decorations to take home and share around school. Excellent long term commitment and attention […]

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20 Dec 2017

Safeguarding and Pastoral Update

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There have been a number of changes in school this academic year and I hope the additional pastoral support that is available to students, is proving beneficial to all. Aside from the Sixth Form Centre for older students, we also have a Pastoral Hub which is open during lunchtimes for students to meet their KS3/4 […]

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