Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Year 11 Students - Find out about National Citizen Service (NCS)

National Citizen Service (NCS) is a once-in-a lifetime opportunity for students in years 11 and 12. NCS is a government-funded programme which helps young people build skills for work and life and is also an opportunity for them to meet new people and connect with their local community. Through a three part programme of activities taking place during summer holidays or autumn half term, NCS participants take on new challenges including outdoor activities, skills training from industry professionals and leading social action campaigns in their local community.

For Year 11 students:

The programme is recognised by UCAS and can strengthen university, college and job applications. Nine out of ten participants believe NCS has given them the chance to develop skills that will be useful in the future.  
In your area, NCS is delivered by The Challenge which is the country’s largest provider of NCS and since 2009, over 300,000 young people have taken part in NCS.


Find out more at NCSTHECHALLENGE.ORG.


Monday, 5 December 2016

Two Routes into Teacher Training








Parking at the start of the school day and at the end of the school day


Please  park considerately and allow full pedestrian pavement access to the members of the public.
There have been a number of concerns expressed by pedestrians  who have been unable to fully access the pavements with buggies and prams as they are entitled to do so.  

Thank you.

Friday, 18 November 2016

Christmas gift Idea: 3 Hour Recording session in our state of the art recording studio

Are you looking for that special gift for a musical son, daughter or friend. Recording session  are available in our state of the art recording Studio

See this post on  the Headteacher's blog for package details.










Arts Award Evening Programme November 2016

On Wednesday 30th November the Performing Arts Faculty will be hosting the 


Arts Award Evening 

2016


"The Arts are about life in all its diversity. They can help our students to see a whole array of problems in a proper perspective. They strengthen human relationships and can make them tolerant and understanding of the attitudes and opinions encountered amongst a variety of people. The Arts encourage the very best in shared experiences of many kinds.

"I hope that this evening you can join with us as we recognise, acknowledge and appreciate the wonderful, inspiring and hugely exhilarating work that our students have created over the last twelve months.

Simon Donaldson
Head of Performing Arts Faculty



Letters of invitation have been sent out to all of the nominee students, from Year 7 through to Year 11. 

Please note that entrance is by invitation only.















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Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Annual Awards Evening - Thursday 17th November


We are looking forward to seeing students, who left in the summer, receive their exam certificates at the Annual Award Evening on Thursday.

 

6.45pm for drinks, 7.20pm take your seats for the awards

 

All seats have now been booked and allocated so please do not attend if you do not have booked seats as we will be unable to seat you.