I know I speak on behalf of all of Team Nurture when I say this but just to say how incredibly proud we are of our Nurture learners who have raised a grand total of ……… £150.34 for The Alzheimer;s Society at our cupcake bake sale. #Cupcakeday #DCBakeandDonate
Another wonderfully varied offering from our animation club! Music by Fu Manchu just in case you were wondering why your foot was tapping!
The trip to Belgium and France was such a powerful and moving experience for all staff and learners who attended. Each of us took something from it that will stay with us. Here is a little collection of images from the trip.
Seems strange on a day of such glorious sunshine to be telling the Old Testament story of how God flooded the world, but that was exactly what Hannah was doing today and she had a lot of fun bringing the story to life.
Glorious sunshine? Check. Engaged learners? Check. Jumbo box of multicoloured chalks? Check. Well alrighty then! Y7 Nurture took advantage of our amazing school grounds to continue our recent work on probability trees today. The Y7 area balcony was the perfect place for learners to have a totally uninterrupted view...
Produced by our very own ‘Captain’ Haddock is this amusing little animation. Enjoy! (Captain’s orders…)
Animation is a great rainy day activity, and our group got on really well this afternoon.
It was lovely yesterday enjoying the late afternoon sunshine in our temporary home of the library working on our animations. Enjoy!
Wonderful events at school today got me thinking about ‘Notable firsts’, hence the picture attached to this blog post of Sir Roger Bannister, the first person to run a four minute mile. I love this picture because his face really tells the story of the agony and the ecstasy...
The hard work is really paying off with our Year 11s as another three ECDL units were passed this morning by Levi, George and Liam respectively. Aiming to strike whilst the iron is hot, each of the boys is also sitting a second test this afternoon. Here are the...