The Local Authority has asked us to share information on Pokémon Go with parents read more
The UK Safer Internet Centre has also published the following advice which may be useful :- http://www.saferinternet.org.uk/news/pokemon-go-gaming-gone-mobile
This years Summer Production, Guys and Dolls, takes to the stage tonight.
There are still some tickets available at the door.
Click the poster to see the transformation from Sportshall to Show Venue
The Local Authority has asked us to share information from the National Crime Agency and the Children’s Commissioner about two important free programmes which launched on Monday 4 July. These programmes are designed to help keep children safe.
Please click the picture below for further information.
As part of REAL Projects week Students are taking part in a bag pack at Tesco to raise funds for the Durham Food Bank
As part of REAL Projects Week we have had The New York Brass Band in school working with students. Many of the students who chose this project have never played an instrument before this week. Today they performed a brilliant impromptu song in the school reception, a snippet can be viewed here
We would be grateful for any food donations staff, students or the community could offer.
We need donations of any non-perishable items (with at least one month’s
The kinds of items we need are as follows (the ones highlighted in red are urgently needed):
- tinned puddings
- UHT milk
- tinned vegetables (e.g. beans, chopped tomatoes etc)
- fruit juice (long life)
- tinned fruit
- tinned and packet soup
- packets of rice and/or pasta
- tinned fish and meat
- pasta sauces
- snacks and nibbles
- baby food or baby products (e.g. nappies)
- toilet roll
Please can you bring any donations to reception or room 5 by Friday 8th July.
The Foodbank Project
School is not affected by the strike on Tuesday. We will be open and running as normal.
Mr P Marsden
In celebration of Armed Forces Day this Saturday we have been raising funds in school today.
Help4Heroes Hero Bear posed for photos during break and lunchtime and visited classrooms during the morning. Thanks to Y10 students Harry Raine and Jack Yusuf for being good sports and taking part in the fundraising.
We are proud to say that students and staff have raised £300 for charity today.
Could parents please be aware that items such as those pictured below are not to be brought to school.
These items will be confiscated and parents will be contacted to come into school to collect them.