- Year 7 and 8 Palestine museum and cultural centre. Language exchange and story telling. Next few weeksLast week of term 4 : Year 7 ecology tripDrumming workshops Year 11 and 8 Jurassic Coast trip
Year 9 went on a trip to Bristol Museum as part of their paleo-art project. They examined the bones of extinct animals and the plumage of extant birdlife in order to create to further understand the relationship between dinosaurs and birds. It was a fascinating and enjoyable day and the Museum curators said they would love to have us back again.
All of Year 11 and half of Year 10 attended a careers fair over half term. At the event were organisations representing a range of different industries including education health and social care. With their passion, curiosity, and confidence, they did themselves and the school proud. As careers advisor, I received many emails in the following days from professionals our students had connected with at the event, wanting to deliver talks and workshops:
“It was lovely to meet you and your amazing students today, I was very impressed with these young women, they are bright, articulate, motivated and really want to make a positive difference in their community and beyond!... Thanks again for the invitation and for your time today, really looking forward to our visit!”
- Dr Karla Mason Exeter University Researcher in clinical education, Exeter University
This term Year 10 and Year 11 visited Tawfiq Masjid and Meadows of Peace Cemetery. The girls had a very educational and informative trip about the washing, shrouding and burial rites of the deceased believer. It was a great reminder for them and us that death is a certainty in life and each of us will taste it.