Encouraged by their teachers in recognition of their talented work in the subject, Megan (Y11) and Katie (Y10) have entered the Outstanding Geography Awards Competition.
This is a national competition run by the Geographical Association. They should find out if they have won in April so watch this space…
Over the Christmas holidays ‘Talented’ MFL students from Key Stage 3 were challenged to complete a variety of tasks, including:
- Watch a film in a foreign language
- Read an article on a website in a foreign language
- Try a Christmas custom from a foreign country
The responses were very impressive and varied. The MFL department chose 3 winners, who were awarded a certificate and a prize : John (year 9), Daisy (year 8) and Sophie (year 7).
All other students who took part were also awarded a certificate and a small prize during a celebration event with Mrs Mitchell.
Well done to Mrs Farrell and the MFL team too…
A regular feature of our TAG provision, the Unlocking Potential event supported 7 of our current Y11 students with regards future pathways (and associated aspiration), inspiration and practical strategies to achieve goals.
As always, student feedback was very positive…
An external group are holding an interesting lecture and discussion session this Saturday (January 23rd) from 12:00 in the Baptist Church on Chandos Street – opposite Argos.
Some of our students are actively involved in the UN association – engaging in debates and working proactively to support local and wider communities.
Aiming to be balanced and respectful of different views and to provide a forum for those with a shared interest in current affairs and proactivity, the organisation invites students (or others) who are interested to attend.
See the below link and attachment:
UNA – Programme of Event – Winter Term – January 2016 – Problems of Refugees and Who`s Responsibility
**Please note that NLS promotes this opportunity in good faith – we cannot guarantee the content of externally administered sites and students should seek any appropriate parental consent