Well done to Rebecca Crane in Year 10, who has been given a place at the World Scout Jamboree, which will be held in America in July 2019. Rebecca will have to attend 6 camps before the Jamboree next year and will also have the opportunity to visit a large city on her journey home as part of the Big City Experience. This is an excellent opportunity and we hope Rebecca enjoys this adventure.
As part of National Careers Week, we have been planning careers talks to be delivered to Year 9 next week, linked to the different careers involved in the making of Walkers Crisps. Savoury prizes for teams who can think of the most careers.
The final amount we have raised for CAFOD is £106.71. This money will be doubled by the government meaning this will pay for two toilets!
Thank you to everyone who donated, including students who donated their pocket money and staff who gave up their weekend takeaways.
Thank you to the Dorset Safer Schools and Communities team for coming in to talk to our Year 8 students this morning about how to stay safe online.
Libby Masding, in Year 12, will be attending the Houses of Parliament on Saturday to represent Dorset for the final of the Historical Association’s “Great Debate” competition. We wish Libby the best of luck and we can’t wait to find out how she gets on!
A huge well done to the Year 7A netball team for coming 3rd in the County Netball finals. They lost out on a place in the final by losing to Parkstone Grammar by 1 goal, but managed to win against Bournemouth School for girls in the 3rd and 4th play off.
Well done to our Year 8 netball teams for last weeks matches. 8A netball Player of the Match was Oli hajipetrou and 8B netball Player of the Match was Jemma Rickards.
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