Today in HUMS Skipper worked hard analysing source material regarding city life for the urban poor. Some great shoulder partner discussions and fantastic in depth exit tickets produce. Great work Skipper!
Last week our X24/ Year 9 Skipper students used online language learning software to practise conjugating Spanish verbs in the present tense. Having received feedback on their grammatical accuracy they then applied this knowledge to the completion of GCSE standard photocard tasks on our current media expedition. Needless to say that I was delighted by their focus and high levels of productivity throughout. Well done Skipper!
X24 fieldwork to Eyam is running about 15 minutes late and we will arrive back at school by 15:30.
We would like to invite X23 / year 9 parents and carers of students involved in the recent Barcelona study visit to a Presentation of Learning on Tuesday 9th July 2019 from 5.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m. in the heart-of-the-school drama area.
Mr Pearson, Mr Jackson and Miss Robinson
Good evening. X23 will be going on their final Fieldwork (weather dependent) tomorrow for Bioshock. For this reason, I would like to suggest that students bring wet weather clothing and footwear as the current forecast suggests rain.
What a great start to the new half term! X23 Skipper started the morning working hard to complete their ink studies. Stippling has needed some dedication and it is paying off: as you can see below. Deadline for this piece of work is: Monday 10th June (students will be able to take their folder home – if need be).
For the next five weeks, both Skipper and Admiral will be going on Fieldwork. This will not effect start or finish times for the day, neither will students require a packed lunch. Students need to be aware of the dates so that they can come to school prepared for being in the outdoors (i.e. clothed appropriate for the weather, sensible shoes and have a bottle for water etc…)
The dates are as follows:
Monday 29th April
Tuesday 7th May
Monday 13th May
Tuesday 4th June
Monday 10th June
Tuesday 30th April
Wednesday 8th May
Tuesday 14th May
Monday 3rd June
Tuesday 11th June
Please do not hesitate to contact myself or Mr Voltaire if you require any further information.
X23 have an Art deadline for the expedition ‘What should we remember”
The deadline is on Friday 21st December: study sheets and final product needs to be handed in on this day.
You should have the following:
– 8 images that will help them with the guiding question ‘what should we remember’, stuck in to your sketch book and annotated.
-1 coloured pencil, propaganda poster: annotated
-1 collage, propaganda poster: annotated
-1 Paint section, propaganda poster: annotated
-1 charcoal study, Otto Dix: annotated
-1 pen study, otto dix: annotated
-2 linear studies of
-Final Product (poster depicting ‘what we should remember’, 100 years since the end of WW1.
-Narrative for product
I am available on a Wednesday for extended study if students would like to work in PO8, also they can do it on other days but I am around to help on a Wednesday. Art folders can also be taken home to complete work, this should allow them to meet the deadline.
Thank you, Mrs Cross
With there being no fixtures now until after half term there will be no Rugby or Football training on Monday 15th Oct and Thursday 18th Oct respectively.
Rugby training will resume on the first Tuesday back after half term before a game versus Hall Cross on Wednesday 8th Nov for year 7 and 8 – more details to follow.
Football training will be shelved for boys until after Christmas as the league fixtures are now delayed until it is light enough again to play them after school. Basketball club will begin on Mondays after school in its place.
I will post full after school club info for next half term later this week.