Just some of the beautiful work produced by X25 Admiral during the term. There has been some good grappling!
Year 8 (X25). A reminder to parents / carers the vaccination nurses will be in school on Thursday 13th for all students boys and girls who have given permission to have the vaccine. Please check with your child that they have handed in the form for this vaccine The school is still waiting on 14 students to hand them in. Those students were given another form today to take home . Please email with any concerns firstname.lastname@example.org.
In X25 we have been focusing on the Craftsmanship and Quality of our work. In the first session of our immersion we explored the historical concept of change and continuity and what factors affect change. Students worked really hard in all three Humanities sessions to create several note catchers that we will keep referring back to throughout the expedition.
I could of taken a photo of any students work as they were all beautiful, however Grace and Declan’s work stood out.
Well done Admiral, Keep this up and your books will look amazing by the end of the expedition.
X25 have made a fantastic start to the year which made it very difficult to choose the students to receive the first praise butterflies for Working Hard, Getting Smart and Being Kind.
So a massive congratulations to Harry, Jake, Ilinca, Andrew, Declan, Beth, Holly, Alfie, Matej and Franchesca.
Over the past two weeks students in X25 have been working with the Conversation Club. A charity based in Doncaster that offers support to refugees and asylum seekers. We have taken part in workshops about Migration and on Monday we had the privilege of meeting and interviewing people who are currently seeking asylum in Doncaster. Their stories gave us a real insight into the realities of migration and made us realise that the community of Doncaster can do more to help.
Our task now in X25 is to come up with ways we can help and put them into practice! After all… above all else is compassion!
In X25 students have been studying Lee’s Push and Pull Theory of Migration. Students were given different scenarios in order for them to make a decision of wether they would decide to migrate or not.
Two stand out students in X25 were Beth and Georgia would worked incredibly hard together to complete their answers to question. Georgia also showed great courage standing up in front of the class and explaining the model in one minute.
Excellent work girls! Keep it up!