Wonderful news – our results have been entered into the School Performance Tables. Click here to see the results. Well done everyone. A letter has been posted out to all parents please click here to view the letter.
Cumbria Schools Athletics Association – Cross Country Championships
Well done to the year 7 students that represented the school at the CSAA Individual Cross Country Championships at QEGS on Friday 13 October. It was a very competitive field with over 20 schools around Cumbria represented. Our first three finishers for the boys were Benn Sherrington, Harvey Queen and Charlie Hodgson and for the girls Mollie Rodda, Elisha Carruthers and Marta Strzyzynska . It was a fantastic afternoon and we can now look forward to the City Championships at Austin Friars in November.
Production of `Feel the Hate’ – Cumbria Constabulary
On Thursday 12 October, year 9’s watched a thought provoking production of `Feel the Hate’ which will be performed by actors of Alter Ego Creative Solutions and has been organised by Cumbria Constabulary.
Shakespeare Schools Festival – Workshop
Students took part in a casting workshop in Keswick on Thursday 12 October where they have the opportunity to work with professional actors in preparation of their performance in November.
Glasgow Science Centre Visit
To celebrate National Space Week 2017, year 8’s have been given the opportunity to visit the Glasgow Science Centre on Wednesday 11 October. This is an excellent opportunity for students to access a range of activities including the Bodyworks science show and the new Planetarium.
National Chemistry Competition – Tuesday 10 October 2017
Mr Armstrong took a group of year 9 students to the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Penrith to take part in the first heat of the National Chemistry Competition organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Mass was celebrated by Father Michael Docherty on Monday 9 October 2017 to commemorate the feast day of our school namesake. Please click here for more information.
Healthcare and Blue Light School Engagement event for schools
On Thursday 5 October students from years 11, 12 & 13 attended the Healthcare and Blue Light School Engagement event for schools at the University of Cumbria. The event gave students an opportunity to meet with staff working in healthcare and blue light services professions across organisations in the following categories to help them understand what they jobs involve and the career pathways to get into the profession.
Infinity Science Festival
On Thursday 28 September Mr Munro took a group of year 10 students to the Infinity Science Festival at West Lakes Academy. The students had access to a range of activities including TED-style talks, workshops and careers advice. The event was organised and run by React Engineering and their website can be viewed at www.react-engineering.co.uk.
Parent Governor Vacancy
A vacancy has arisen on our school governing board for a parent governor. We warmly welcome your interest in joining us. Each parent* of a student attending the school is to be given the opportunity of putting their name forward with a view to becoming a parent governor. If you want to submit a nomination on your behalf you should do so, in writing, to the Clerk to the Governors.