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4 Dec. 2012 Posted by admin in Lesson Report

Little Red Riding Hood

These Yr 10 Drama students were expertly exploring the creative potential of fairytales. Using Little Red Riding Hood, the students created a movement piece illustrating the innocence of the fairytale girl. The students developed their idea of Little Red's character and using a dark red flower as a prop, each student created a monologue, a solo speech, dedicated to the Wolf. Students demonstrated a remarkable imaginative flair and originality in their pieces.  Each student was able to demonstrate an individual spark of creativity.

22 Nov. 2012 Posted by admin in Event Report

Gymnastics Golds for Lauren

Lauren K, in Year 8, recently competed in the Cornwall Amateur Gymnastics Association – Recreational Novice Floor and Vault Competition, where she achieved individual and team Gold.  Lauren competed in the 12 year old age group and performed her highest scores in the floor exercises, which she says she enjoys the most.

Lauren has been in her club, The Gazelle's Gymnastic Club in Pool, since primary school.  She modestly says,

22 Nov. 2012 Posted by admin in Event Report

Alex: National Archery Selection

Alex Rowe, year 9, will be representing his archery club at national level on 1 December in Coventry at the British Indoor Archery Championships.  Alex, who is the most experienced junior in his club, scored an incredible 553 out of a possible 600 in order to qualify for the event.

8 Nov. 2012 Posted by admin in Lesson Report

Year 13 Biology

This morning our year 13 Biology students carrying out a kidney dissection. The students have to learn about the structure and function of a kidney for their exam in January.  What better way to do that than by cutting one open?

Luckily the students were not too squeemish; they all managed to successfully dissect the kidney and identify some of the internal structures. This is a very skilfull procedure as the internal structures are small, and one slip of the scalpel could end in disaster.