A reminder to X22 that the final speaking exam will be on Wednesday and Thursday 15th and 16th April. The two weeks holiday is an ideal time to revise, little and often, all the topics we have studied, and their preparation for the General Conversation section. I am available each Monday and Wednesday after school to support students with this.
Girls Football cancelled tonight. On next Thursday
Skipper worked really hard today in session explaining the causes of Viking raids in western Europe. Well done everyone!!
We have football fixtures next week for year 7 and 8 boys;
Just a reminder that each learners must have allocated their own work placement and submitted paperwork by THURSDAY 27th FEBRUARY
Please click here to access an electronic copy of the form to be completed by the learner, employer and parents/carers
This week Year 10 have shown courage in Spanish by tackling exam papers at Foundation and Higher tier…challenging themselves to get to grips with exam technique, sometimes in topic areas that are brand new to them. Well done X23!
In crew, Piper had their breakfast in the student kitchen to celebrate an amazing few weeks of SLC’s. We had tea, coffee, hot chocolate, crumpets and croissants. We shared funny stories of our childhood during a crew check in and had a chat about the weeks events.
Also over the past few weeks we have had SLC ‘s this was my first time doing them and my crew made me really proud. All students passed some exceeding expectations and going that extra mile. Well done Crew Piper for making it so amazing and putting time and effort showing me your beautiful work.
This week we finished the week off working with Mr Mably on some art work. Students had to write a piece of writing which described a picture and then other students had to try and draw this picture from the description that they were given. Here are some of the pieces of work produced.
Just some of the beautiful work produced by X25 Admiral during the term. There has been some good grappling!
Required Practical 1 – Investigation into the variation of the frequency of stationary waves on a string with length, tension and mass per unit length of the string.