Languages help Brainpower

Fifteen Year 9 students accompanied by teacher of MFL, Mrs Hepke, have had an opportunity to learn more about the fascinating world of languages. They were welcomed to the University of Liverpool where they spent a day participating in ‘Shaping Futures’, part of the Merseyside Collaborative Outreach Programme. The initiative provides activities, advice and guidance…

All of a ‘Lava’ over Volcanoes!

Projects are a good opportunity for students to show that they not only understand a set subject, but can also provide the perfect platform for some wonderful creatively. Take a recent Year 9 geography task on the key features of volcanoes set by teacher of Humanities, Mrs Stevenson, for example. She was delighted with the…

Cakes were a work of ‘Heart’

Some say it with flowers on St Valentine’s Day but this lunchtime, our Chartwells Dining Hall staff, gave us a ‘love-ly’ selection of treats from which to choose instead. Specially baked for the occasion, themed biscuits and cakes were added to the daily menu for students and staff to enjoy. Thanks to Dining Hall manager…

Masks bring us some February Colour

As part of their Music home learning, Year 8 students have been taking part in a competition to design and make a samba mask.  Helping out with the judging, form 7B2 were chosen to use their skills to select their top ten masks and pictured here are the four prize-winners. Congratulations to Isobelle, Alex, Abi…

Being Creative with Pancakes!

Teacher of Design Technology (Food), Mrs English, was a very busy person yesterday! It was day two of the GCSE Food Technology practical exams and then, with it being Shrove Tuesday, she held the Year 7 pancake making competition after school. Pictured here are students Chardonnay, Charlotte, Ciara, Lucy, Sheila, Mia (with Peer Mentor and…

‘Let’s Go Green’ Prizewinners Drawn

Thanks to Elspeth Wilson, Fundraising Manager from the Clatterbridge Cancer Charity who came into school to make the draw for five raffle prizes on Friday. It was the culmination of a week of activity in school supporting the Charity’s ‘Let’s Go Green’ week. The interest was so high that the draw had to be made…