Hello and hope you all had a lovely Christmas break!
You should have received your curriculum newsletters by now, which detail what the students will be completing within their lessons this term. A copy is attached below should you need one.
If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.
4CT Spring Newsletter
4JF Spring Newsletter
4RF Spring Newsletter
In maths the group have been working on shapes this half term. This week we have been making 3D shapes out of playdough and recognising the shapes that make up the faces of the shapes. We have had a great time making the shapes and looking at the shapes our friends have made.
As part of our COPE project some students from KS4 ran a small Easter fair for students in school. The pupils organised the event themselves to complete a unit for their award, working together to raise money for a charity of their choice. Pupils decided to support the local charity ‘Make Easter Special’, which is a charity they have supported before, who allow for local people to attend a gathering, who may not have the chance to have a celebration of their own over the Easter weekend.
Pupils ran a cake stall, a guess the name of the bunny, a tombola and count the number of eggs. Pupils raised £90 for the charity, who have expressed their thanks for our support to put on the event for vulnerable local people.
Every thursday since September 4CT have been enjoying The cafe and Library. The boys and girls have been ordering their own food and drink and engaging in conversation with one another. This has been a great opportunity for our students to develop social and practical skills
Some of KS4 Speech and Language have been working on a project about natural disasters in Humanities. Pupils have been making their own volcanoes to use in a science experiment, they are beginning to look fantastic!
Key Stage 4 Speech and Language will be holding a Chinese New Year afternoon next Thursday. We have been making chinese dragons, chinese lanterns and masks for decorations and have been investigating the customs
and games that we can complete to find out about a new culture.
A small group of students from key stage 4 went rock climbing at Newcastle Climbing Centre in Byker. They all worked extremely hard and some even made it to the top of the highest walls! Well done!
Michael helping Pip