Kieron Stanners reflective statement for the Holocaust Education Trust It is hard to describe what I actually thought Auschwitz would be like for the first time, for one I thought it was one camp instead of three, but I would say I thought it would be a lot more eerie than it actually [...]
Iceland Geography Trip [ngg_images gallery_ids="64" display_type="photocrati-nextgen_basic_imagebrowser" gallery_width="600" gallery_height="400"] Our Geography department took Sixth Form students to Iceland late last year to explore the unique landscape. Here are some of the images from that trip.
A letter was sent out to all parents/carers in the week before half term regarding energy drinks, here is the content of the letter: Dear Parent / Carer February 2017 We are seeing more and more of our young people consume energy drinks on a regular basis. These drinks pose a health risk to our [...]
On the run up to the most recent Non-Uniform day, Year 7 student Charlotte Newbold asked if we could promote and raise money for a charity. As a school we decided that asking the Kitchen Manager (Andrea) we would raise money for the Hospice that looked after he son Ryan, after a life changing stroke. [...]
Professional Actor and former student Jamie Brown appears in the hit one-man show "Hadaway Harry" at the Theatre Royal in Newcastle this week. His interview in the Newcastle Evening Chronicle can be read by clicking here 2016 North East Performer of The Year Jamie still finds time in his busy schedule to come in to [...]
Confused about the new grading system "Progress 8"? You're not alone! The Department of Education has released a short video which explains how it works:
Our U16 Futsal team travelled to York University on the 9th of February to play in the EFL Trust Kinder Sport Futsal Cup for Newcastle United Foundation. We drew our opening games with Hartlepool United & Bradford City and then recorded emphatic wins against Huddersfield Town and Doncaster Rovers to qualify for the semi-finals. In the [...]