X29 Presentation of Learning

The X29 Year 7 Spanish presentation of learning will take place on Tuesday 18th July starting at 4:00 pm and finishing at 5:00 pm. The students will presenting work from their Spanish expedition “¿Te alegras de ser tú?” (Are you happy being you?). During this expedition the students have learned how to talk about themselves, their local area, their families and friends, and their life at school. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear X29 show off their impressive Spanish skills!

Students will be expected to stay on site until the presentation starts, and parents and carers should enter and sign in via the student entrance. The presentation will be held in the heart of XP school.

X28 – POL Rehearsal and Assessment Fixing!

Year 8 Students have been working incredibly hard this week. After receiving assessment feedback, all of X28 has had the opportunity to improve their history assessments by responding to critique and improving their work. To finish their week, year 8 have started full rehearsals for their Macbeth production. Have a look at their awesome work! Amazing, hard work across all of year 8!

Beautiful work in Art from C29

Our year 7 students have been getting to grips with mono printing this week – many of them trying it out for the first time! They’ve been using the skills which they have built up over the past term’s work on tone. Their images are all of artefacts relating to our expedition “From the ground up” which looks at the impact that coal mining has had on our city. We’re really proud of the beautiful work that our students are creating and hope that you’re looking forward to seeing it at their presentation of learning near the end of the term.

C28 Working Hard and Getting Smart in HUMS

C28 have spent several HUMS lessons this week learning about the life of and impact of Malcolm X. We have compared his life and ideas to that of Martin Luther King. Students are really grappling with the complexity of Malcolm X’s ‘Ballot or Bullet’ speech. They have really developed their analysis skills, pulling meaning from the text and considering how and why a range of language techniques have been used. Great work on a very sensitive and complex topic. We are really starting to see what it means to be human!

Superb focus and engagement
Some excellent exit tickets showing knowledge and links across the expedition.

X27 Ethics – Piecing together the puzzle

Over the past few lessons X27 have been grappling with GCSE content regarding Christian Belief’s about the Creation story. We have embedded this further by splitting into groups and producing a jigsaw piece which symbolises one of the 7 days of creation. 

Students then presented their thoughts in their groups regarding which day they think is most important. A fantastic discussion had by all! Well done for working hard Ethics!

Working hard to succeed…

LOOL Citizenship student Nida shared this fantastic set of revision notes she has been working hard on over the weekend! Nida has been collecting information on the UK’s role in global organisations, ready for her next Citizenship lesson. What an amazing role model Nida is to fellow Year 10 students for working hard!
Keep up the hard work Nida!