X24 have had a fantastic visit to the International Slavery Museum in Liverpool. We saw exhibits that helped us to put our studies of the slave trade and prejudice into context. It’s been a real pleasure watching our students working hard, getting smart and being kind to each other and the other visitors to the museum today.
On Thursday 29th November, C24 students will be going on fieldwork to The International Slavery Museum in Liverpool.
We will be setting off from XP School at 8am. Therefore, students MUST be at school in time to leave.
Students will need to bring a packed lunch to eat whilst we are at the Museum.
We expect to return to school for 3.30pm.
I would like to take this opportunity to apologise for not providing this information sooner. We have been waiting for the Museum to confirm arrangements which has taken much longer than expected.
It’s fantastic to see our X24 students working so hard during our first week back. Praise butterflies this week were awarded to Isaac, Vinnie, Aaisha, Chris, Jaggy, Courtney, Kyra, Bella, Charlotte, Milla, Charlie and Harpreet. Butterflies were awarded by staff and by students for consistent hard work, being kind, showing compassion and in one case – for being epic!
Well done everyone!
Learning materials for the self study unit on ‘The Nervous System’ have been posted on Google Classroom for both 8 Admiral and 8 Skipper. This work is due to be completed in STEAM books by Monday 15th.
If you have any questions please get in touch.
Kian D has produced some beautiful work on the Transatlantic Slave Trade. Kian showed great craftsmanship and quality and worked really hard. Well done Kian!
The sculptures C22 students completed for the expedition Being Human last year are now being displayed at Cast in Doncaster Town Centre up until the 4th December for the public to see.
For more details about this expedition please click here.
Students in year 8 have been producing sculptures to help answer the guiding question ‘What does it mean to be human?’. This is their individual interpretation.
Students have been writing speeches to answer the guiding question: What does it mean to be human?
This is Reece’s (aged 12) work. Well done Reece!
Students in both Skipper and Admiral have had the opportunity to receive individual critique and guidance on their speeches. Over the extended weekend students will now need to work on this critique and ensure they have a completed speech for Tuesday 29th November.