Compost Curriculum

  Kestrels have begun The Compost Curriculum, in Outdoor Learning. So far they have been learning about the importance of composting and the composting process. Next step… Making a slatted composter from reused materials! Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

Kitchen Garden

  The lower schools kitchen garden blossomed over the summer holidays. The hawks harvested and begun tidying up the plot ready for another term of growing. They collected runner beans, courgettes, rhubarb, tomatoes and made some fragrant herb bouquets. Mrs Richards also harvested some of the courgettes and beans over the holidays and made chutney …

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Breakfast Club

It will take place on Wednesday mornings 8.00am – 8.30am. It will cost £1 to attend. Children are offered a wide range of activities to enjoy, including arts and crafts, sports and games Children enjoy a variety of breakfasts, including cereal, bagels and a variety of juices. The planning of activities is led by the …

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GCSE Results 2015

  Congratulations to everyone on another successful year. The GCSE results were very pleasing for this Year 11 group with 81% of them gaining at least 5 A*-C grades (including Maths and English). This is a testament to the hard work of both students and staff.   All subject areas achieved some excellent results this year with …

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