At 2 pm, on 12 June, St John’s Ambulance will be holding the Big First Aid Lesson, a free one hour on-line first aid session streamed live and direct into classrooms across the country. The interactive program combines first aid training and 999 scenarios with amazing real life stories.
On Friday 1st May, we held a red, white and blue non-uniform day to raise money for the people affected by the earthquake in Nepal. Geography teacher, Mr Thursfield, led the fundraising initiative, inviting pupils and staff to dress in the colours of the Nepalese flag in exchange for a donation of £2. Read the full story.
Our students once again demonstrated their fantastic talent with the school show, The Seriously Serious Play, written by Year 13 students Bethany Shilling and Chloe Bond. Read the full story.
Children from eleven primary schools in the Bridgnorth area are taking part in an exciting literacy project this summer term with Oldbury Wells. Read the full story.
Congratulations to Year 7 pupils, Mia McLeod and Henry Roberts, who were awarded 1st and 3rd prize respectively at the awards ceremony of the Children and Young People’s Poetry competition run by Wenlock Poetry Festival on Sunday 26th April. Read the full story.
Hi All, charity-cricket-day, any help from all of you no matter how little it would be, would be a massive contribution. – For more info contact Sam Raby yr13