Events

The Beatrice Barge

Date: September 26, 2016 Author: Rachel Gaulton Categories: Events, Wright

A season of Autumnal cruises along the Caldon Canal has begun with Mrs Ball, Mrs Butler, Mr Harvey, Miss Rothwell and Mrs Thomas classes all afloat on the narrowboat “Beatrice”.  This is offered to us by the local charity who own and skipper the boat – all generously manned by volunteers. Everyone looks forward to a…

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A good start to the new term…

Date: September 19, 2016 Author: Rachel Gaulton Categories: Events, Wright

The term has started very well with all new students settling into school and existing students adapting to their new class groups.  Teachers, Mrs Jackson and Mrs Thomas, together with James Gray, teaching assistant, have been welcomed into school.  There have been some changes in the office, and Miss Rachel Gaulton is now the Office…

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Summer Fun

Date: July 7, 2016 Author: Rachel Gaulton Categories: Events, Wright

Though the weather has not really been as hot and sunny as we would have hoped, it has not stopped our Outdoor Activities over the last few days.  Mr Boult took a group of Class 9 students fishing at Sammies Pool, near Fenton, thanks to the Star Angling Club – a local charity.  As usual…

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School Prom Fundraising

Date: July 7, 2016 Author: Rachel Gaulton Categories: Events, Uncategorized, Wright

Tonight is our School Prom Evening at Consall Hall…. Recent fundraising in aid of the Prom  – Deal or No Deal game raised £53.75  and the sponsored Fun Run in school raised £364.80! Thank you so much for your generosity in helping our young people have what will hopefully be a fantastic evening for all involved!

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Techniquest Science Trip

Date: June 28, 2016 Author: Rachel Gaulton Categories: Events, Wright

On Friday 23th June, some pupils from Class 10 and Class 8 had the opportunity to visit Techniquest Glyndwr, a science activity centre in Wrexham.  There were lots of hands-on activities to try which were lots of fun but also got the pupils asking ‘how?’ and ‘why?’.  Particular favourites were the wall which captured shadows and the mirror…

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Living it up at The Rudyard Hotel

Date: June 17, 2016 Author: Rachel Gaulton Categories: Events, Wright

On Wednesday 15th June, Miss Rothwell and everyone in Class 7 spent an exciting day at Rudyard Lake.  The explored the countryside and the railway station before heading off to a Carvery Lunch at The Rudyard Hotel.  They enjoyed a roast dinner with a variety of fresh vegetables (Mrs Williamson was really impressed!) and plenty…

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Queen’s 90th Birthday Celebrations

Date: June 13, 2016 Author: Rachel Gaulton Categories: Events, Wright

On Friday 10th June, The Meadows became a sea of red, white and blue as we all wore these patriotic colours in honour of Her Majesty The Queen’s 90th Birthday.  Many classes made bunting which was hung across the corridors and William in Class 11 organised a party game called ‘pin the crown on the…

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Presentation by Leek Lions Club

Date: June 8, 2016 Author: Rachel Gaulton Categories: Events, Wright

Linda and a group of friends from The Lions Club of Leek visited school on Wednesday 8th June to present a very generous gift of two wooden garden seats and a wooden planter to pupils in Class 7.  The planter and benches have actually been made by our Sixth Form students at Leek College as part…

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Summer term news….

Date: May 27, 2016 Author: Rachel Gaulton Categories: Events, Wright

The last week of this Half Term has been very busy with a diverse range of activities taking place across all Key Stages of school. Twenty four students have been to Belgium for four days staying in the historic town of Ypres, known for its significance in World War One.  They have visited Bruges and Boulogne and…

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6th Form News Blog

Date: May 11, 2016 Author: Rachel Gaulton Categories: Events, Wright

Are we nearly there yet? Yes we are…but we won’t stop!  Our travel training programme has been rolling along nicely to help students gain confidence when out and about in the community.  Mr Whewell’s group have been “orienteering” in Leek, finding their way to historic places and places of interest.  Mr Pritchard’s group and group…

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