Huge well done to our Under 13 Girls Football Team who competed in the semi-final of the Cardiff City FC Foundation 6-a-side tournament.  The girst lost out to Llangynwyd, the eventual winners of the tournament, but it was a fantastic achievement to reach the semi-final stage.  Well done girls we are very proud of you all.

https://www.cardiffcityfcfoundation.org.uk/ygg-llangynwyd-victorious-in-u13s-girls-cup

Mr James' Year 7 mathematics class building a Sierpinski Pyramid (Fractal Christmas Tree) with Koch Star on top! Very clever!

  

Thank you to all the students and staff who brought in items for the Food Bank collection to help those less fortunate than us this Christmas. We donated a huge amount to two local organisations, Stow Park Community Centre and Christchurch Food Bank.

  

On Monday 18th December, student representatives from each Form Group who are members of the Student Council were invited to take part in a 'Question Time', posing questions to a panel of staff members.  Mrs C Handley, Assistant Headteacher organised the event as part of the school's commitment to listening to our Student Voices.  Members of the Sixth Form Senior Student Team facilitated.

The event was modelled on the TV programme, Question Time, with the panel made up of:

  • Mrs L Picton - Headteacher
  • Mr A Jenkins - Site Manager
  • Mrs M Jones - Chartwell's Catering Manager
  • Mr C Maidment - Head of Business Studies (and also Digital Learning)

The panel answered questions from the student audience and they in turn will take their answers and feed back to the students in their form groups.

The event was a great success with both sides of the debate benefiting from hearing each other's views.  We are sure it will be repeated in the future.

Well done to everyone who took part.

  

  

After weeks of excitement, whispered discussions and furtive scribblings on scraps of paper; all of the entries in the name the owl competition have been carefully judged and we have a winner!

The very wise, Carys Jones, from Year 8, has won the naming competition, with her suggestion of, Page. Carys, who was one of 11 shortlisted is an avid reader and was one of the first students to submit her entry. Competition was fierce and the judges had a very hard time choosing the finalists.

Runners up in the competition and their entries were:

Lucas Martin - Sir Flapper

Alexandra Watkins - Katniss Beaker

Harry Connell - Stephen Wing