Feeling Good on Friday – in February!

Thanks to all our music-makers for helping to finish the half-term with a super ‘Feel Good Friday’! These lunchtime sessions of music each month are becoming a regular part in the school timetable, thanks to organiser Mrs Burns, Subject Leader – Music and Performing Arts, and attract a full audience in the Main Hall. Giving…

Craft Fayre gives us Double Happiness!

Proving that learning about other cultures can be both interesting and fun, the craft workshops run by Mrs Major, Assistant SENCo, in conjunction with MEAS (Minority Ethnic Achievement Service, Wirral) provided informative perspectives on France, Bangladesh, China and Poland for our Year 7 students. And with the date being February 14, there was a clear…

February opens with Feeling Good on Friday

Thanks to Mrs Burns, Subject Leader – Music and Performing Arts – who opened Feel Good Friday, helping us all to open the new month on a high note! Helping us all to ‘feel good’ with a lunchtime of entertainment were: Keeley and Kaitlyn, Dhuzana and Savanna, Cerys, Alex, Olivia and Issy. Keeley (Year 7),…

‘Parenting is Easy’?

Being a parent or carer in today’s world can be so rewarding – yet our young people face more pressures than we could ever know; pressure that can often rebound back for you, the adult, to deal with! Although it appears impossible to protect and safeguard our daughters all the time, it could be a…

The Snow Queen Leaves an ‘Ice’-Warm Glow

No wonder the air around school turned a little colder in mid-December – it was the Prenton Theatre Company’s production of the Snow Queen! The Prenton Theatre Company’s production delivered everything we ask of a classic pantomime – drama, catchy tunes, slapstick comedy and dancing, plus some suitably evil characters to encourage lively audience participation!…

Ho! Ho! Ho! it’s time to Disco!

Thanks to form 11R2, their idea to raise money for their Prom came alive on the disco floor last night! The Years 7 and 8 disco gave them the opportunity to dance to music played by Year 9 student Jess – known as ‘DJ Jessie B’ for the evening – and for Year 11s to…