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On-​site Defibrillator

We are very pleased to announce that, thanks to some fab­u­lous fundrais­ing from our stu­dents and a very gen­er­ous dona­tion from Birch­ing­ton Parish Coun­cil, we now have a defib­ril­la­tor on site!

It is sit­u­ated in the main school recep­tion area, and we are now in the process of train­ing our staff to use it.

We are extremely grate­ful to every­one who has helped us to raise the money for this valu­able piece of poten­tially life-​saving equipment!

School Direct Info Evening

Feb 2019 Info Evening SD 1

Go along if you’ve ever thought about a career in teach­ing, and see what it’s all about!

Cycling Success!

Over the week­end on of our teach­ers, Jo Smith, com­peted at the British National Track Cycling Cham­pi­onships in Manchester.

JS Cycling Bronze

Jo com­peted against the likes of Olympic cham­pi­ons Katie Archibald, Laura Kenny, Eli­nor Barker and other full time cyclists and acheieved a bronze medal!

We’re all very proud of our suc­cess, and we hope our stu­dents are too. Well done Jo!

Y10 Travel & Tourism Trip

On Fri­day 18th Jan­u­ary, a group of our Year 10 Travel & Tourism stu­dents took part in a very suc­cess­ful cur­ricu­lum trip to Lon­don with Mrs Edwards.
The day involved using dif­fer­ent forms of trans­port, includ­ing trav­el­ling in the Emi­rates cable car, a jour­ney down the Thames on the Thames Clip­per and using the Lon­don Underground.
Their walk­ing sight­see­ing tour included Big Ben, the House of Par­lia­ment, Down­ing Street, St James Park and Trafal­gar Square. Stu­dents were also able to spend time in the National Gallery where they could peruse their favourite exhi­bi­tions, or take a well earned rest in the cafe!

Routes Into Teaching

School Direct A5 Leaflet

If you’re think­ing about a career in teach­ing, School Direct can be a great entry route. For more infor­ma­tion, please click here to visit the EKLA website.

Fan­tas­tic Maths news!

Four of our Year 7 stu­dents have won the area final of the Young Math­e­mati­cian of the Year award!

This is a fan­tas­tic achieve­ment, par­tic­u­larly as they were com­pet­ing against older students.

Their paper­work is now being sent off to Head Office, and if they are cho­sen as one of the six final teams, they will com­pete in Cam­bridge, where the top prize is a robot for the school.

A big well done to every­one who took part!

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