World Book Day 2018

After the snow interrupted our original plan for World Book Day, it took place a week later, and there were plenty of activities on offer for Year 7.

As well as dressing up as literary characters for the day, there were creative writing workshops, a lunchtime quiz and prizes for the most effective participants and the most creative thinkers.

£123.14 was raised throughout the day and will be donated to Book Aid.

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Grease is the Word!

Well done to everyone, on stage and behind the scenes, who were involved with our two productions of ‘Grease’ this week. Our students once again proved what a talented bunch they are with a stunning and dramatic musical performance. Thanks to all who attended! Here are a selection of photographs from both evenings.

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Work of the Week!

After last week’s snow days, we are back on track with the workers of the week who produced some stunning work before we were interrupted by the weather. Congratulations everyone!

Aiden produced this stunning artwork last week, earning him work of the week for Science!


Dance Festival

On Tuesday evening our dancers took part in the North Tyneside Dance Festival at The Parks.  The theme was ‘Living World’ and the girls performed an excellent dance full of energy and expression. Congratulations to all those involved.

School Closure Friday 2nd March

Having monitored the situation and assessed all available information, weather conditions continue to be severe in our wider region, impacting on travel conditions. In addition, an amber weather warning has been extended until tomorrow morning. Therefore, in the interests of the safety of students and staff, school will be closed tomorrow. We are looking forward to seeing all our students and staff on Monday morning.

In the meantime, please encourage your children to use the online learning resources that all students have access to, such as Hegarty Maths and SAM Learning.

Thank you for your continued support and understanding.

Mr Snape