Welcome to all our students and families as we start the 2019-20 academic year. Please find attached a letter with details of a Social coffee morning, survey and a copy of our PTA 100 Club. Do come along and meet some of the PTA Committee and other parents/carers on Wednesday 18th September from 9.30-11.00.
Please support the PTA and Bradbury View who are jointly running a summer fair on Saturday 20th July from 10.00-14.00. This will be held in the gardens of Bradbury View, the large sports hall and the grounds in front of school. We need donations of chocolate (for a chocolate tombola), raffle and tombola prizes, cakes and bakes (on Friday 19th or on the day) to make this a success. We would love to see as many families and friends there. Funds raised will be shared to purchase an accessible roundabout for Bradbury View and for the PTA to fund additional fun based items and school trips for the children and young people. Please contact me for any further information.
Eileen Robinson. Family Liaison Officer
Everyone has been competitive in KS4 today as it was time for our annual hard boiled egg competition. The bar was raised yet again with some wonderful and weird creations…..
It all became very tense when we drafted in an impartial judge…
1st place – Ben Middleton with ‘Castaway’
2nd place – Jamie Wilson with ‘Kirby’
3rd place – Imogen King with ‘Minion’
1st place – Jo Ferguson with ‘Eggie the Eagle’
2nd place – Rebecca Fletcher with ‘Eggward Scissorhands’
Have an eggcellent easter everyone!
150 miles; walking/running 3276 laps (144 miles) and swimming (7.75 miles); we are incredibly proud of our students for their efforts. Please see attached for more details. We have, so far raised £619 for this charity. Thanks to all our supporters.
Please see attached letter of invitation to a Social Coffee morning for parents/carers.
A huge thank you to everyone who sent in cakes or bought cakes in school today, in aid of Comic Relief, we raised over £200 in cake sales alone!
Many thanks for all of your support!
4PC went to the Life Science Centre on Tuesday as we have been learning about space science this term. First we went on the motion ride which was about a Robot who took us on a magical trip around space, it was fun….we had to wear funny glasses to see it all in 3D.
We then went to the Planetarium to learn about the Moon and enjoy the sensory experience.
After dinner we seen a kitchen science show where Jim showed us lots of great science tricks we could do at school or home.
We finished by looking around the Museum and finding these strange guys……..