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Geographers are inspired by Iceland

A mixed group of 12 Lower and Upper Sixth geographers visited the land of ‘Fire and Ice’ for 3 days at the end of January. After an evening of getting to know the city of Reykjavik, the geographers enjoyed an early morning dip in the famous Blue Lagoon, one of the 25 wonders of the world, before...

Business pupils represent 'Italy Hair and...

Written by Sian Grice and Adelina Creciun There are not enough words to describe how great this experience was.  Friday was a learning curve as this was when we needed to set up the stand and familiarise ourtselves with the team and the types of products we were going to sell.  We enjoyed seeing...

Adventure Education in the Cairngorms

5 of our cadets, aged 15 to 17, and 2 instructors attended a winter exercise centered around the Cairngorms National Park during February half term 2018. For some pupils the experience introduced them to the challenges of travelling in a winter mountain environment and for others it extended their...

Keira designs the 2018 Oswestry Youth Music...

When the Oswestry Youth Music Festival asked children to design a new logo for the 2018 festival Year 5 pupils Keira Kendall-Taylor thought she would give it a try.  Over 70 children entered the competition and Keira’s design was the one that caught the judge’s eye.   Each year the organisers of the Festival...

3rd Form face the Dragons for business...

3rd Form recently took part in a business enterprise day which introduced them to the world of business by helping them to develop their entrepreneurial, problem solving, presentation and team working skills. The younger children attended seminars in the morning run by Sixth Form business pupils...

Tom surpasses his target of £20,000 for...

In just 19 months 2nd Form pupil, Tom Evans, has raised £20,473 for Cancer Research UK Tom started raising money in April 2016 after his grandmother was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.  The experience spurred Tom to do something special as a thank you to the medical profession for providing so...