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Year 11 - Half-term revision sessions

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​ Geography Monday 18 February 10 am to 12 pm in U3 (11A Mrs Carr & Mr Reardon's classes) Tuesday 19 February 10 am to 12 pm in U3 (11B Mrs Carr's class) English Tuesday 19 February 1 pm – 3 pm - all students welcome in G5 – Mrs Tickell ICT/Business/Computer Science Thursday 21 February 10 am – 2 pm in P5A/B – Mrs Herring and Mr Robinson
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Year 7 Workplace Visit

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Next week as part of the school's Careers Education programme, we are taking Year 7 students to visit Carlisle Railway Station, as an example of a workplace, to give students the opportunity to learn about different job roles.
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Rotary Young Photographer 2019

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We are proud to offer students the opportunity to enter a photography competition ran by the Rotary Club. Students are encouraged to use smart phones or digital cameras to take their photographs. Each image should be of A MAXIMUM SIZE OF 1500 x 1050 dpi. Closing date for receipt of entries is 28th February. Email Miss Brough your entries - JBr...
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Year 11 Next Steps

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Year 11 students have been preparing for their futures by completing team building activities. 
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National Youth Theatre

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​ One of our ex students is an Associate Artist of the National Youth Theatre . He is leading on local auditions for the National Youth Theatre this summer. There is a cost involved but there is a bursary available to cover expenses. Aged 14-25 and love to perform? The National Youth Theatre want to meet you! Between January and March 2019, the Nat...
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The Way of the Week: Defeated

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The Way of the Week: Defeated God's great plan to save all of humanity, to redeem all of humankind, was accomplished once and for all through what appears to be a defeat - the death of Jesus Christ. But how did this all come about? And why did Jesus have to die? That is the question we will look at this week as along The Way we continue to learn ab...
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Food Bank Donations

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Thank you so much to students, staff and parents for their generous donation to the SVP food bank. Your support was very much appreciated.
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Competition Time in the Computer Science Department

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To celebrate the good work of our key stage 3 students when looking at 'The Bigger Picture' of the digital age, we are launching a competition open to students in years 7 to 9. Our aim is to promote healthy relationships, in particular encouraging students to be mindful of their behaviour and that of other people, in a world where social media tell...
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Shakespeare Schools Festival

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Congratulations to all of the students and staff involved in last night's Shakespeare Schools performance ` A Comedy of Errors'.
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Year 7 Cross Country Event

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Well done to the 12 Year 7 students who represented the school at a County Cross Country event at QEGS, Penrith on Friday 2nd November. All students performed well in a very good field of athletes with Riley Smith (31st) and Tineesha Edmondson (56th) crossing the line as the highest place finishers from Newman.
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Women in STEM club

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On Thursday lunchtimes in P6B, Maddie from 10JMC peer leads a Women in STEM club for for KS3 girls. ​
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All Saints Mass

Students attended All Saints Mass at Christ the King.  They were commended by Father Michael for their participation and respectful manner.
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Remembrance Day

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This week our school remembers those who died in the great wars. For Catholics, Remembrance Day presents a unique opportunity for us to meditate on the way of peace. God calls us to look to Jesus, who is the Prince of Peace. Jesus lays down his life and dies at the hand of God's enemies in order to defeat evil. Only then does God raise Jesus from t...
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Year 9 Parents' Evening - Tuesday 13 November 2018

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​The Year 9 Parents' Evening is on Tuesday 13 November from 4.30 pm - 7.00 pm.  Parking will be available in school yard via Pennine Way from 4.20 pm.  Your child will receive an appointment slip to make appointments with his/her teachers on your behalf.
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Wordsworth Trust Workshops - Wednesday 31 October 2018

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On Wednesday 31 October a selection of pupils from Year 9 and Year 10 will be attending workshops run by The Wordsworth Trust. The aim of the workshops is to build on pupils' knowledge of the Gothic Genre. Pupils will investigate the context, the when, where, who (or what) and why of Gothic fiction using their existing knowledge of, and familiarity...
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Careers Week - 15-19 October 2018

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Various speakers from organisations such CUFC, Santander Banking & Business and Scott Duff & Co Solicitors will be coming into school during form time to speak to students about their career options   It will be an opportunity for students to hear about the qualifications required and to ask any questions they may have. ...
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Shakespeare Schools Workshop

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Our Shakespeare cast of students enjoyed taking part in a great day of learning through at Keswick in preparation for their performance. 
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The Way of the Week: Battle Cry

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For 30 years Jesus lived quietly with His parents and there are very few things known about His life growing up — or the hidden life. We do, however, begin to see His mission being accomplished during the last three years of His life which constitutes His public life. In The Waythis week we are hearing about Jesus' 'battle cry' - Jesus telling peop...
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Class Charts Guidance

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​All homework is set on Class Charts to allow parents to monitor and support their child with their study.  A guide is attached to allow you to sort the tasks. You can log on at https://www.classcharts.com/parent/login.   Download PDF File Here
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School Transport Changes

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​School Transport With the exception of Irvings who run the Denton Holme service, all school transport will now be provided by Stagecoach. We return to school on Tuesday 4th September. Bus times can be found on this page - https://newman.cumbria.sch.uk/parents/school-daypdf
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