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Year 7 and 8 District Athletics Event

Well done to all the pupils in Years 7 and 8 who took part in the district athletics event yesterday, many of whom were participating in their first athletics competition.  At school level we finished 6th in both the Year 7 and Year 8 competitions but special mention for our Year 8 boys team whose results saw them finish 3rd of the 7 scho...
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Year 8 & 9 Solar Tower Stem Challenge

On Monday 17 June, pupils in Years 8 and 9 will be tasked with building a solar tower that harnesses energy, from the sun or from desk lamps, to turn a turbine. We are hoping pupils create purposeful, functional, and appealing designs • Build structures, explore how the towers can be made stronger and more stable and evaluate id...
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Year 8 Breaking the Mould Trip to BAE Systems

Congratulations to the Year 8 boys for enthusiastically participating in the Breaking the Mould scheme in partnership with Hello Future. A heartfelt thank you to BAE Systems for providing an incredible day. The boys had a fantastic time learning about photography and exploring the world of robotics. Your efforts and support have truly ins...
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Year 10 World of Work Morning/Employer Interviews

All Year 10 pupils will be participating in the upcoming school 'World of Work Morning' on Friday 14 June 2024. This event entails a range of career-focused activities, culminating in a 15-minute mock job interview with a local employer. This opportunity will equip our pupils with practical insights into various professions and provide them with es...
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Year 8 Visit to The Devil's Porridge Museum

On Friday, 35 Year 8 pupils visited the Devil's Porridge Museum in Eastriggs to learn more about the role of the munitions factory during World War One. Pupils learnt about the role of female factory workers in the war effort to produce cordite for munitions, and the effect production had on their health. They also learnt about experiences of soldi...
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