We have a presentation of learning this Monday 12th December for Year 7.
Students need to stay in school between 3.15pm and the start of the presentation at 5.30pm. If students are bringing a change of clothes, they can leave this with their crew leader or in lockers as is appropriate.
Students must not leave the site unless accompanied by their own parent/s. They would need to be back in school for 5.15pm.
Students should be dressed smartly, so ideally in a shirt/blouse type top with either dark jeans, a skirt or pants.
Sportswear should be avoided if possible.
Students have asked to wear Christmas themed clothing, however since the event is about us paying respect to the miners, and is not a Christmas themed celebration, we feel that this is not appropriate for Monday evening.
(As a school we’ll be doing a fundraising event on Friday of next week around Christmas clothing – more details to follow)
Finally, please remember to use car park 2 for the event, as there is a drive in cinema in car park 3. If this presents access problems, please contact the school office to make arrangements.
Last week year 7 students were invited to the National Union of Mineworkers headquarters in Barnsley. One of the days students visited there was the Press Conference for the Orgreave inquiry which students were involved in and led to some of our students being interviewed for the Guardian.
The year 7 have been invited to the National Union of Mineworkers headquarters in Barnsley. They are going to see a large collection of banners and visit the historic building.
Skipper will go on 1st November and Admiral on 2nd November. They will need casual comfortable clothes and a packed lunch (students entitled to a free school meal will be provided with a packed lunch).
They will be leaving at 9.15am after crew then they will return to school by 1.15 pm
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The group were analysing a piece of text about an old mining town. This analysis is forming the foundations of understanding of how a text is written ready for when they start to write their own piece as part of the product.
Well done Jac, Logan, Abigail and Ciaran (aged 11 and 12)