Students can access the career planner tool to help research options in Year 11, Year 12 or Yr 13. It offers easy to use links to apprenticeships, help with university applications and CV writing, and job hunting. It’s a one stop shop whatever your career plans.
Students need to register by choosing a username and password – it is advisable that you use your first and surname in lowercase as your username, e.g. ‘adamsmith’ as we can change your password but can’t access your username if you forget it!
Yr 12s will be using this to build their personal statements and enable tutors to give feedback through the system.
For more information, please see Mrs Fleetwood, click on the image below to start using the tool.
Just a reminder for all Year 11 GCSE Science Students that the revision site can be found here
Here you can find past papers, mark schemes, specifications and other general revision notes, mind maps, apps and links.
Please remember to use this as part of your 40 Hour Easter Challenge as it is a valuable form of revision but also don’t forget to use your revision guides.
A National Rotary Design Tournament was held across England on Tues 3rd March.
On Saturday 7th March thirteen year 9 students attended Leeds Magistrates’ Court where they competed in the first round of the National Mock Trial competition. They spent several weeks preparing in their Enhancement lessons with Miss Pawson, exploring a fictional case and taking various roles in the trial, including defence and prosecution lawyers, defendant, witnesses and magistrates.
Our students performed extremely well, more than holding their own against stiff competition, including Holmfirth High, who were the overall winners.
I had the pleasure of accompanying Miss Pawson and Mr Kunig to watch our students show off their public speaking skills and I must say I was really impressed, as were the real-life magistrates present who were very complimentary about all the students involved.
Many congratulations to all, and I look forward to next year’s entry!
Head of English
World Book Day has got off to a fantastic start! The staff have out done themselves again with a fabulous range of costumes… Year 7 and 8 have set a really high standard for future years with a brilliant range of costumes… The special assemblies have taken place as well as an extended form and the #shelfie competition. With the Big Book Swap still to take place and the photo-shoot, 2015 is shaping up to be the best World Book Day ever!
With less than a week to go until World Book Day staff and students in Years 7 and 8 are busy getting their costumes ready. The question on everyone’s lips is who will Father Hall be? Who did you vote for? Bilbo Baggins, Private Peaceful or will there be an ugly sister in school on Thursday.
With an exciting day of activities lined up, this year’s World Book Day is sure to be bigger and better than ever!
Today, our year 7 finalists have competed in the whole school final of the National Foreign Languages Spelling Bee. All of our students did extremely well, translating and spelling words using the French alphabet. Our four winners, who will go on to represent the school in the Stage 3 Regional Final at the University of Hull, are:
1st – Katie in 7S with 13 points
2nd – Damian in 7E with 10 points
Joint 3rd – Luis in 7F and Natalia in 7H, both with 8 points.
Congratulations to all students who took part!
Year 7 have been competing in the annual National Foreign Languages Spelling Bee, in which students are asked to learn 50 words per stage, to be able to translate these words into French and to be able to spell them using the French alphabet. This week has seen the finals of the class competitions, where students had one minute to translate and spell as many words as possible. The results are in!
7J winners – Tommy Lee and Mia
7F winners – Safian and Lewis
7I winners – Ariana and Izabela
7S winners – Tom and Katie
7H winners – Martyna, Natalia and Heena
7E winners – Hasan and Damian
7R winners – Iqra and Aysha
These students will now go on to learn the stage two words for February’s whole-school competition.
Well done to all who took part and congratulations to our 15 winners!