On Wednesday 27th February, All members of X23 will be sharing their beautiful work from their last expedition; Don’t Mention the War!
This will take place at the Doncaster Art Gallery and Museum from 2pm to 3pm. This covers work from all disciplines.
We hope to see you all there.
X23 Admiral and Skipper have an upcoming assessment for the learning target: I can relate the position of an element on the periodic table to its atomic structure.
Students should watch the video posted on Google Classroom and attempt the practice questions in the exercise books.
Admiral Assessment Monday 28th
Skipper Assessment Tuesday 29th.
We’ve been really lucky this week to have the MANufacturing TRAnsport visiting from the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre in Sheffield. On Monday and Tuesday this week, students from XP and XP East have been able to experience something of the future of manufacturing and engineering on this fantastic lorry! We’ve handled objects, used AR to investigate an engine and tried out virtual MIG welding. Congratulations to Kelsea who was the champion welder with an impressive 91% score for the quality of her weld!
We’re looking forward to working again with the team from the AMRC and would like to appreciate them for their hard work in setting everything up and working with our students.
X23 have an Art deadline for the expedition ‘What should we remember”
The deadline is on Friday 21st December: study sheets and final product needs to be handed in on this day.
You should have the following:
– 8 images that will help them with the guiding question ‘what should we remember’, stuck in to your sketch book and annotated.
-1 coloured pencil, propaganda poster: annotated
-1 collage, propaganda poster: annotated
-1 Paint section, propaganda poster: annotated
-1 charcoal study, Otto Dix: annotated
-1 pen study, otto dix: annotated
-2 linear studies of
-Final Product (poster depicting ‘what we should remember’, 100 years since the end of WW1.
-Narrative for product
I am available on a Wednesday for extended study if students would like to work in PO8, also they can do it on other days but I am around to help on a Wednesday. Art folders can also be taken home to complete work, this should allow them to meet the deadline.
Thank you, Mrs Cross
There is a fieldwork visit going to Sheffield Hallam University on the 5th December. Students will be working with SHU students who in-turn are working with the South Yorkshire Police to provide workshops to help students understand elements of criminology.
Students will require a packed lunch and will be expected to arrive at school for 8 am that day so that we can leave school at 08:15. We will return to school for 15:30.
Students in Year 9 will be visiting the Imperial War Museum in Manchester tomorrow on fieldwork as part of their expedition Don’t Mention the War. Apologies for the late notice on this, but it has only just been confirmed by the provider that we are able to attend.
The fieldwork will take place within normal school hours. Students will leave school at 8.45 and arrive back at school before 15.15, traffic depending. Should there be any delays, we will update the website and let parents and carers know.
Students will need warm clothes as there will be some time spent outside. Students will also need a packed lunch unless they receive free schools meals in which case school will provide one.
Apologies again for the short notice, we appeciate your continued support.
I do appreciate there will be weeks where Tassomai can not be done and that the most important thing for students is that they have a rest this holiday, however if Tassomai can be kept ticking over it would be highly beneficial to students.
I would be really grateful your support with this.
To both students and families, please have a wonderful summer and enjoy the deserved rest.
Year 9 will have their end of year examinations at the end of this term, in the week commencing 16th July.
Students will sit one GCSE style examination paper in each of the following core subjects:
- English Language
Over the coming weeks the focus of C22’s crew sessions will shift from their Duke of Edinburgh Award to preparation for these examinations and building a sensible revision plan.
Student performance in these examinations will determine the nature and level of support that they receive both in and out of sessions in Year 10.
I’m delighted to announce that the C22 POL performance of An Inspector Calls will be on Wednesday the 4th July for SKIPPER and Thursday the 5th July for ADMIRAL, from 6pm.
We’d really appreciate if you could help your child to learn his/her lines from their scripts in the meantime. The sooner students learn these the better the performances will be!
Thanks, as always, for your continued support and we look forward to seeing you all there!
Just a quick reminder for parents of the key dates for C22 students in Crew Nightingale and Bronte. Students will have their final kit check in Crew time on Thursday 14th June and will be bag packing on Thursday 21st June; as a result, students will have a later finish at school of around 5pm. Finally, the Friday the 22nd and 23rd June students will be completing their Bronze Duke of Edinburgh walk. Students need to arrive at school on Friday the 22nd at 7.15am. We would ask that parents please remind students of the need to take care while out on expedition and that mobile phones are not allowed, unless the group have decided that a specific phone is to be used as the emergency contact or it is part of their aim to use them at which point we will remove the SIM card which will be kept safe for the weekend.
Please watch the website during the Saturday afternoon, the expected time back at school is between 5 and 6pm, but this may change due to traffic or any vital de-gunging that may need to take place before students leave.
Mrs Sprakes and Mrs Batty