Students engaged in a range of PSHE topics in our final STOP Morning of the academic year.
Our Year 12 students' river sampling trip turned out to be a very damp event indeed!
Year 12 Psychologists have been developing their knowledge and understanding of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
All Key Stage 3 students are welcome to join our International Film Club from 3-4pm every Wednesday in D0-11
Our Year 13 A Level Chemists carried out their final practical at the end of April and Dr Jones was once again really pleased with their work.
All of our Year 7 students took a holiday from their usual timetable in March and enjoyed our Languages Day.
Year 7 Science students enjoyed watching Ms Figiel’s Screaming Jelly Baby experiment.
Practical lessons help to give students a much better understanding of the topics they study.
Ms Figiel's Year 11 Biologists have been studying the structure of DNA and used sweets to make models to help them understand and remember it.
Ms Figiel's Year 10 Scientists used the information they learned in class to help them correctly identify different parts of the heart
Our Year 12 Business Studies students visited Port Vale FC to learn more about the Business of Football
Our Year 12 English Literature students are employing some 'novel' tactics to help them process and understand King Lear.
Ms Figiel's Year 8 Scientists are testing food samples as part of their 'Alive and Kicking' topic.
Our Year 12 Psychologists took part in an eggstremely eggciting project this half-term
As part of the Alive and Kicking topic, students modelled the human ventilation system.