On Thursday 17th August 2017, students are able to collect thier results directly at school from 8.45am. Staff will be available to discuss the results and discuss your next options.
Good Luck with your results!
RRP £50 adult tickets, selling for £40, RRP concessions at £37.50 selling for £27.50 and under 16 selling for £10.
All proceeds going to fund the year 8 and year 10 girls’ rugby teams to the National Finals in London.
Please see Miss Cloke for more details.
Year 10 Business students pit their wits and entrepreneurship against 15 teams in the Peter Jones Enterprise Challenge (held at Kirklees Collage, Huddersfield). The tests required the students to create a innovative design and make judgements in order to achieve the highest profit.
On Tuesday 16th May, Alina Abbas, Oliver Hill, Kayden Ramsden and Annabel Wagstaff took part in the Salters Festival of Chemistry. They competed in The Salters Challenge and The University Challenge. In the Salters Challenge, they were solving a mystery by testing for different ions and using paper chromatography. In the University Challenge, were creating different colours of ‘paint’ using hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide solutions in different proportions. They were judged on their practical skills, problem solving skills and how well they worked as a team. The challenges were followed by science demonstrations and a prize giving ceremony.
The team were fantastic and achieved 1st place in The University Challenge, winning prizes for the school. They were a pleasure to take on the trip and were a real credit to the school.
SJF 66 v 0 Shotton Hall
Year 11 Girls are the National Champions for the second year in a row, beating their opponents Shotton Hall 66-0 in the final at Featherstone Rovers. Player of the match went to Caitlin Beavers again, after scoring 5 tries and converting them all.
Well done to all the team, fantastic result!
Sixth Form Students braved the cold and rain on Good Friday to uphold the traditional Re-enactment of The Crucifixion at the Long Causeway Church in Dewsbury. Despite the weather, there were plenty there to support the students which included James Sweeney who did a wonderful job in his role of Jesus.
Les élèves préparent des crêpes pour la classe de français.
Il fait fondre du chocolat
Elle étale du Nutella sur la crêpe.
Elle coupe des fraises.
Voilà de délicieuses crêpes
Our Year 10 girls proved their skill set by beating Castleford Academy 22-12. Well done to both teams.
Some of our Year 10 students were fortunate to attend a workshop with the Bradford Peace Museum on 29 March. The workshop centred on World War 1 and the choices that people in our country faced. The students discussed values, equality, the right to vote and the actions and consequences of war. The discussion was then brought into present day conflicts and world peace issues.
The students participated fully and engaged in very thoughtful debate. Our thanks go to the Peace Museum for offering this activity.
Mrs C Kernan
Yr 12 Health & Social Care received some basic first aid training last Friday hosted by Daniel Tinker who works at Barnsley general Hospital and is a First Aid trainer for the Scouting Movement. Students learnt CPR and how to respond as first on scene.