Weekly Sport Update

Weekly Sport Update:
All summer sports clubs are up and running and the attendance at all of them has been amazing.
 
Well done to the Year 8 boys football team who made it to the semi final. An excellent effort but unfortunately they lost to Ferndown.
 
 

Bird Box

The Science department have set up a bird box just outside S5, as part of Spring watch club. Students have been monitoring the progress of the nest every school day, since the first bird visited on 23rd March. The birds laid some eggs on the 9th April, which we are expecting to hatch between Saturday 21st and Tuesday 25th April.

The students are also growing sunflowers and broad beans and are watching caterpillars develop into butterflies. They have cleaned the school pond and are also tracking the progress of the tadpoles they collected.
More updates to follow.

Apprenticeship talk

Amanda Fripp, our careers adviser, delivered a talk yesterday about Apprenticeships to sixth form students.

There are more and more higher and degree apprenticeships becoming available as a viable alternative to going to university. Students can earn a wage, gain degree level qualifications and gain real experience! For more information on what is available go online to https://bit.ly/2x8fZov.

You can search for apprenticeships on https://bit.ly/22dnfWg and https://bit.ly/2jAoyys

Freedom Coaches

Freedom Coaches are currently unable to stop at the Hamworthy Library bus stop on the south bound route until the end of the week. Normal service will resume on Monday.

Kintbury April 2018

This afternoon. ten Year 10 students will be heading to St Cassian’s retreat centre for the ‘Kintbury Experience’. They will follow an expertly planned programme of activities that will enable them to learn more about themselves, strengthen their relationships and gain a greater awareness of God’s presence in their lives.
Thanks especially to the two staff members giving up their weekend to take the students away for this fantastic experience!