Now that students are on automatic training, Year 7 students now need to earn 2000 points in the garage this week. This is due on Friday 25th Jan at 8pm.
X25 students have been working on directed numbers as part of their immersion for their new learning expedition in STEAM.
This week as part of their extended study they have been working on adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers.
Emily M has completed the exercise 4 times, working on until she got 100%.
Beth S has spent 27 minutes grappling with the exercise on her latest attempt and has achieved 92%.
Riley C has completed the exercise 3 times, working on until he got 100%.
Oliver G has completed the exercise 4 times, working on until he got 100%.
Yasmin W has grappled with the exercise for 23 minutes, using the video to help her to achieve 67%.
Beautiful work X25!
Friends of XP are hosting a Ladies Fashion Show, this is to be held at XP School on Friday 15th February. Doors open from 6pm, with the show starting at 7pm.
Tickets are £5.00 each and are available from either the School Office or FXP Members (whom will be available in Car park over the next few weeks).
All funds raised goes to support opportunities available to all students.
As part of the X25 community meeting this morning, students explored key values needed to make their year group a successful community.
X24 have been working on their linear organ drawings and using variation of line to record the detail. Some beautiful work have been refined and they are now ready to create their chosen organ out of clay.
For extended study they need to research their chosen organ: find four images of that organ, explain the function and share it with myself ‘Hcross’.
This week for DofE volunteering Crew Earhart have teamed up with Year 7 Students to listen to and help them with their reading. It was great to see students supporting each other.
I’d just like to say a MASSIVE thank you to everyone in FXP for raising the funds each year that allows our year 9 students to register onto the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.
This is a fantastic opportunity for our students which would normally incur a large cost to families.
At XP we are very proud to be able to provide the DofE Bronze & Silver programmes free of charge with help from donations, the FXP and the financial support of the school.
Please continue to support our FXP so we can provide these wonderful opportunities for our students!
This week in C24 students have been studying rebellion in the Medieval Period. Starting by exploring the feudal system and analysing its impact. The students have worked really hard on the craftsmanship and quality of their book work. An excellent start has been made to the expedition by all students! Let’s keep it up!
Sam in X23 has recently passed his Grade 4 drum examinations. This is a brilliant achievement. Well done Sam!