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Artslink

September 4th, 2013 by Ian in curriculum, News

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Wednesday mornings have been busy in the Art room. Jeff Body from Artslink has been helping the KS3 boys how to carve African masks from plaster. The sessions ran for 3 weeks and most of the boys took an active part in creating 3 magnificent masks which look like they have been made from bronze.

Well done to all the boys who took part, you did an amazing job. A special mention must go to Elliot who worked tirelessly for the full 3 weeks. I am very proud of your effort and I hope you are proud of your amazing mask.

Special thanks to Artslink for lots of things but mostly for putting us in touch with Jeff, a gifted and special man. He worked so hard with our students and brought the best out in every single one of them. Thank you!!

More pictures here


Welcome back!

August 28th, 2013 by Ian in Dates, News

The Summer holidays are almost over and term starts again on Tuesday 3rd September. (Staff are back the day before.) We are starting the new year on the back of our best ever exam results. This year is set to be even better, with our winning combination of amazing staff and wonderful students. Not to mention a shiny new Science room and revamped Maths room.


Sailing at Sutton Bingham

June 27th, 2013 by Ian in curriculum, News

Sailing

Off in the distance you can just see a small sailing boat. In it, Chris is teaching Charlie and Louise how to sail. A beautiful spot for a challenging activity in which students learn not only how to sail but how to take responsibility for themselves and each other and how to work in a team.


Strange visitors

June 25th, 2013 by Ian in News

Even by our standards, we had some highly unusual visitors last week.

Some of our students bravely held the animals. I bravely kept away. Thanks to Zoolab for coming to see us.

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Cockroach

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Snake


Bake a Cake for Mosaic

March 18th, 2013 by Ian in News

Mosaic Bake a Cake

We raised £50.10 for Mosaic with a cake sale.

Thanks to Vicky for organising it and to everyone who either made cakes or bought them! Mosaic does great work.


Damaged Goods Workshops

February 26th, 2013 by Ian in News

Following the great performance of Damaged Goods by Facing Tides, students took part in a range of workshops.

Students produced a leaflet to help other people recognise the warning signs of being at risk and where to go to get help. They also made a page for this website and created these wonderful pieces of art.

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Facing Tides

February 12th, 2013 by Becki in curriculum, News

On Monday, SLC had one of their Healthy Schools DaysThis term’s theme was ‘Reducing Risk-Taking Behaviour’! ‘Facing Tides’ theatre company started the day giving us a performance of their new play.

“The story approaches the issues teenagers struggle with, including the miscommunication and misunderstandings within families. Other issues such as suicide, despair, and reconciliation are addressed along with drug use. The horrors associated with living on the street are touched on sensitively in this emotionally charged drama.” Facing Tides Theatre Company

The play was enjoyed by all and illustrated that whatever the problem, there is always Hope!


Open again

January 21st, 2013 by Ian in News

We’re open again today (Monday 21 January). However some roads are icy and so there could be some disruption and delays to transport. Please be patient and contact Passenger Transport or ourselves if you have any queries.


Closed due to snow

January 18th, 2013 by Ian in News

We are closed today, Friday 18 January, due to the snow. Almost all our students and staff have to travel quite a distance by car and the roads aren’t clear enough for me to feel that everyone could get to the centre safely. It’s better to miss a day and have everyone in safe and sound when it clears up than risk something awful happening.

Stay safe and enjoy the snow and unless you hear otherwise, we’ll see everyone on Monday!


Parents’ Christmas newsletter from the SSCT

December 14th, 2012 by Ian in News

The Safe Schools and Communities Team have published an e-safety Christmas Newsletter about what they’ve been up to and what they have planned, along with lots of helpful advice for parents.

It’s available for download here (pdf).