Pupils and staff had a non-uniform day and donations were made for...
A group of pupils have taken part in workshops to produce a...

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  • Pupils and staff had a non-uniform day and donations were made for the charity Children In Need which has supported a number of students over a number of years. We raised £86.00 for the charity.
  • A group of pupils have taken part in workshops to produce a performance of The Merchant of Venice. The final performance was at the Shakespeare Schools Festival hosted by The Embassy Centre in
  • Pupils and staff welcomed Father Terry and Archie to a Harvest Festival Service in School. The pupils enjoyed taking part in the puppet production.
  • Pupils and staff welcomed parents to an open afternoon which started with a cake sale and coffee afternoon in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support. Parents then went to classes to spend time with the
  • Pupils enjoyed a workshop and performance of Robin Hood from the Image Musical Theatre.
  • Pupils and staff visited the Woodside Falconry. Pupils were able to watch the wolves and tigers being fed, along with an animal show. The day was enjoyed by all.
  • We had the annual sports day and presentation of achievements for pupils. The afternoon was enjoyed by all and thank you for parents and families who came to support us. Thank you to The Eresby
  • Culture week this year was based on Egypt. Pupils took part in a variety of activities including dance, food, culture, traditions and art. The week ended with the whole school enjoying egyptian
  • Pupils took part in a Chinese Experience Day with Lishi, a company specialising in Chinese dance, lifestyle and culture. The pupils have been to the Kinema in the Woods to see a film of their day
  • The winners of the inaugural David Ross Education Trust Inspiration Awards for Teaching Excellence were announced this week at an awards ceremony sponsored by Simply Education. The gala dinner, held

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