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Exam Invigilators £9.00 per hour including holiday pay Required for examinations throughout the school year, but particularly in May and June. Duties include supervising students taking examinations, preparing exam rooms and distributing and collecting exam papers. The ideal applicant will be highly organised, vigilant and reliable, have excellent attention to detail and have the [...]
Please be aware that Students are able to collect A Level and Level 3 Results from 7am on Thursday 15th August 2019
On Friday night 23 of our year 8's attended a celebration event held at the BALTIC. There were around 200 people there including pupils, teachers and parents from three different schools there: ours, Cardinal Hume and Joseph Swan and staff from the BALTIC. During the evening two groups of our pupils did short presentations on [...]
We had some of our Student Voice present in the Dragons’ Den today for funds to improve social areas in school. Our Dragons were Deborah Meaden (Mrs Patterson) and Peter Jones - complete with his trademark stripy socks - (Mr Hurst from the Trust). Students presented so well that both Deborah and Peter were locked [...]
On Tuesday 9th March the year 9 music production class went on a trip to the BBC in Newcastle. We had great fun playing with the green screen (that was blue!!), reading the auto cue, looking in the archives, recording a radio play with live foley and finding out a few tricks of the trade! [...]
Please see a selection of photos from this years amazing Summer Fayre.
A big thanks from the English department to those staff who released Year 9 pupils yesterday to take part in the Shakespeare workshops. Both sessions went really well and were enjoyed by the students, who behaved impeccably. The actors from the theatre company praised the students for their enthusiasm and willingness to take part. It [...]
We took a group of 12 students to Wimbledon on Tuesday and had a thoroughly enjoyable day in the sunshine. We were lucky enough to see Roger and Serena play their first round matches on centre court and also watched Thiem and Sharapova's games on court two. Our students were simply fantastic, several [...]