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We believe every child and young adult at Sprowston Community High School should be ... 'Healthy, happy and safe; loved, valued and respected; and have high aspirations for their future.'
Thursday 30th March 4pm in the Sports Hall.
Easter egg hunt for students from the local infant and junior schools.
£1 entry per child.
Food and refreshments are for sale.
Money raised is for Community Sports Foundation.
The new project has them experimenting with the way to impress, using natural items such as leaves or stones, or apply more clay to create texture.
The work is inspired by their earlier Landscape studies earlier in the year. These tiles are just the testers.
More development of ideas and research will lead to more ambitious final outcomes.
Perhaps we have next year's Great Pottery Throw down competitor.
Thursday 30th March - bring your home baked products to Pathways before 9:15am.
Judged by our Year 8 Enterprise panel with a set criteria/list of taste questions marked out of 1 - 10.
Winners will be announced at lunch and prizes given to those who came 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
Products will then be sold during lunch to help raise money for Community Sports Foundation.
Sign up for the Bake Off in Pathways.
Here in the Sixth Form we feel it is vital to not just allow our students the possibility of leaving after 2 years with good A Level results, but we want to provide them with pastoral information to help support their lives.
We use our tutor times and assemblies to be able to deliver a lot of this. Since September we have had a long list of outside agencies who have been kind enough to visit and talk to our Year 12 and 13 students in our Tuesday morning assembly slot.
More interesting work with students in the Maths Faculty this week.
Here are the students working on volume and how many Maoam it would take to fill AB13!
Year 11 have been working on revision techniques and experimenting with different skills in preparation for their upcoming exams.
Attached to this article are 3 PowerPoints looking at mind-mapping, flash cards and mnemonics as techniques and some example topics for different subjects.
Carry on working at home and complete more of these independently.
Speak to Mr Sayce or Mr Utting if you want any further advice or guidance.
Preferred Entry Requirements - More than anything else, this qualification requires a high level of personal initiative, responsibility and motivation. It is intended for students applying for higher education. In particular, we are looking for students with: a strong academic record and potential; the ability to think about topics in unusual or original ways; the ability to plan and manage their school work and extra-curricular activities; high aspirations for their future.
Sorry to start with such a dreadful pun, but today I had the pleasure of awarding our most impressive Year 10 students with an Easter Egg. 21 Year 10 students have achieved an average ATL grade of 3.5 or higher on their most recent report and it was great to be able to show recognition of this and thank them for their work. Special mention needs to go to Natasha Leversley and Michael Walker for achieving the very highest grades.
Firstly thank you for your support with the Year 11 revision so far. The students have approached this in a very mature and purposeful way and we are very pleased with how they are preparing for the final exams.
To supplement their own revision over the Easter break, staff of a range of subjects are offering additional revision and Controlled Assessment sessions. Some of these require students to 'sign up' for, in order to register a place. Staff of these subjects will inform the students during their normal lessons. The other subjects are available for students to just turn up on the day.
Congratulations to Harriett Knights, George Mann, Jack Brown, Lauren Dorman, Joseph Mayes, Emily Cossey, Natasha Levesley, Michael Walker, Isobel Adcock, Amelia Leggett and Ben Brighton.
They all came in the top 2 of their year group for ATL scores. An amazing achievement. Well done