Faculty News

Sounds of Sudan Music Workshop for Y7/8

A group of 35 lucky Year 7 students and a similar sized group from Year 8 got to enjoy an incredible performance and immersive workshop exploring the traditional sounds and music of Sudanese / Saharan traditional music and storytelling. The two hour workshop treated students to the stories of Ali...

Cross-Curricular Creativity bridges Art & English

Students and teachers from English and Art have been working together on a creative project. Using student photography and artwork as inspiration, students have written poetry and flash fiction in response. Students have also written essay responses to the question, ‘What is Life?’ English teacher Mr Sinclair explained the...

Windrush Community Project visit for Photography students

The Art Department were invited to take some of our Year 10 Photography students to see ‘The Pioneers Exhibition’, which is part of the Windrush Community Project at St Paul’s Learning Centre. The event, held on Windrush Day, provided students with the opportunity to see a Photography exhibition and...

Students shine in Maths Challenges at both KS3 & 4

We have some amazing results from our students on the UKMT (United Kingdom Mathematics Trust) Maths Challenges this year. We are very proud of all the students that took part in the Challenges, they have shown their love of Maths and problem solving and have tried very hard, even...

Performing Arts launches T-Shirts & Badges

The Performing Arts department has recently launched its brand new Performing Arts T Shirts which they can wear to their extra-curricular dance companies and drama clubs. Perfect for when we launch our 2022 musical in September! With every production, gala, club or GCSE class they are a part of,...

Watch out for Y7 Black Lives Matter Performances

Our Year 7s are doing exceptionally well in their new Black Lives Matter unit of work. They have been learning professional repertoire from Diversity's recent incredible performance and creating their own choreography to communicate the powerful messages of this movement. For homework, they created brilliant protest posters to be incorporated...

Donation of knitted organs of digestive system

Our Science Department extended a plea to our community, who came through for us, as always. You may remember from a previous newsletter article that we asked for some knitted organs of the digestive system. A grandmother grandmother of one of our Year 11s very kindly sent in these.  This...

History Book Club

'Black and British' by David Olusoga will be the first book read for this new group. See details about how to get involved.