Students have worked hard to grapple with a difficult 18 mark historical essay question from last years GCSE history paper. Reece’s work shows excellent progress in both his structure and application of historical skills. Well done!!
Without being asked to do so, Finlay has been doing some additional Maths practice in his own notebook at home.
It is really showing in how Finlay is doing in sessions at the moment too. Congratulations Finlay!
Beautiful work – Working hard
I got the pleasure of working with X24 today and they worked really hard on their artwork in X-block today! They are currently looking at different sculptures as a source to draw from and creating form when using tone.
Well done, keep it up X24!
Wow. All of the students below in X25 have either been doing extra Hegarty Maths, or asking for more work in Hegarty Maths:
Georgia M-B, Finlay A, Jake L, Andrew H, Thomas P, Frankie M, Riley C, Illinca L, Olliver L, Jacob K, Kyle S-J, Macey H, Jacob L, Elijah M
And as special shout out to the following students who have done more than double the amount of Hegarty Maths exercises that have been set in class or for extended study. Great work!
This week on Times Tables Rockstars, Kyle from X25 Admiral has earned over 5000 coins and Danny from X25 Skipper has earned over 14000 coins! Fantastic effort boys. Keep on rocking.
I had the pleasure of visiting X25 Skipper today and seeing them developing their historical skills by starting to make inferences from a source.
What a great start to their study of the Vikings!
Kian D has produced some beautiful work on the Transatlantic Slave Trade. Kian showed great craftsmanship and quality and worked really hard. Well done Kian!
What a fantastic model of how to approach Hegarty Maths extended study. Kiera has been using bar models to check her thinking and discussing her extended study with her dad. Great work!
Our fantastic Year 10 students have begun looking at the Vikings as part of the history GCSE period study. The guiding question for this expedition is ‘Who were the Vikings?’, and it has been lovely to see such beautiful work being produced by students already!