Please find attached a letter regarding arrangements for Y9 & Y10 Assessment week.
Some of our A Level Spanish students recently spent a day at Manchester Metropolitan University for a Sixth Form Languages Day. The day allowed our students to work with expert Manchester Met staff who led sessions during the day as well as being able to speak with student ambassadors who were on hand to share insight into studying at higher education.
Our students said, “After we arrived at Manchester Metropolitan University, we attended 4 lecture style presentations based around culture, analysing a movie character from a Spanish film, grammar and translation tasks. It was really useful and interesting and we have taken away the skills we learnt and practised to use in our Spanish A-level. It was also a great experience to talk to university students studying Modern Foreign Languages, to see the campus and spend the day like a university student!”
This week is Road Safety Awareness Week. A very thought provoking presentation will be given to students during assemblies throughout the week. It also follows lessons which all Year 7 students have been involved in over the past 2 weeks delivered by John Toker from Sefton Council about taking risks and the devastating effects of not being sensible and alert while out in the community.
To conclude our Anti Bullying week work, our school community has come together to sign the #nobystanders campaign. All students & staff have signed a pledge to declare that they will not be a bystander to bullying and will not tolerate any form of bullying in our school
“I will never be a bystander to bullying and teasing language. If I hear it, I will call it out and if I can, I will stop it. By adding my name I promise to stand up for fairness, kindness and never be a bystander.”
We are delighted to announce the first ten students (two from each year group) who have each won £5 credit to their school account (to purchase food or drink from the canteen), from this terms raffle as a reward for not having any negative behaviour logs so far this academic year. Well done!
Year 11 – Emily Coleman, Mohammed Khan
Year 10 – Callum Cureton, Alfie Duffy
Year 9 – Joshua Brennan, Lucie Campion-Connor
Year 8 – Matthew Nicolson, Jasmine Middleton
Year 7 – Kike Green, Liam Fairbrother
We will be holding a raffle each term, along with other rewards, so keep up the good work!
Year 7 and 8 have been making Anti bullying Super Hero masks in form time. As part of our No Bystanders Campaign they have all signed a pledge to not stand by and say nothing if they know that bullying is happening.
All of the students are watching the Jesy Nelson documentary ‘Odd One Out’ as part of their personal learning lessons to raise awareness of the impact of bullying and learn about what we can do to prevent bullying.
Thank you to Gabrielle Coggins from PWC who delivered an engaging presentation and workshop to Year 13 Students last Thursday. PWC are a multinational organisation who offer a number of Professional Services; building trust and solving difficult problems. During the session students were presented with a number of Case Studies to resolve and after much debate they delivered their well thought out solutions. Professional Services is a growth sector in Liverpool and so this was an ideal opportunity for students to discover more about this service industry. @pwc_uk_careers #chesterfield365
It was a hard night against St Mary’s. A dark night and tough weather conditions meant a reduced time for the matches and the girls did exceptionally well in the conditions. The Year 7’s losing out by 1 goal but the Year 8’s and Year 10 with great wins.
There is a winter break now for matches and they will resume in January. Practice will still remain on. Year 7A and B teams have an indoor freindly tournament next Wednesday 20th November at Chesterfield against other Crosby schools.
Year 7A – Lost – 4-3
Year 7B – Lost – 2-0
Year 8 – Won – 8-2
Year 9 – Lost – 12-5
Year 10 – Won 15-7
Year 11 – Lost 18-7
Player’s player – Year 7A – Hatty Brough, Year 7B – Maddy Tierney, Year 8 – Emma Francis, Year 9 – Evie James, Year 10 – Hannah Williams, Year 11 – Lucy Humphray.
Well done girls!