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Extreme Reading Competition For Students and Staff!

Once again we are launching our annual Extreme Reading competition which is open to staff and pupils. This year we thought we would allow you to benefit from all the opportunities the summer holidays will offer and extend the closing date until Friday 8th September.

All you have to do is submit a photograph of yourself reading in an unusual place! Whether at home or out and about the important thing is that you use your imagination.

For inspiration click here to view last year’s entries.

 We already have some staff entries and are looking forward to receiving lots more!

Can you think of an extreme place to read a book?

Obviously, we encourage you to keep it safe (we DO NOT recommend reading in the jaws of a crocodile!), but we are really looking forward to seeing who in school has such a passion for reading that they have to do it anywhere and everywhere!

Last date for submission of entries is FRIDAY 8th September 2017.

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Mrs Woods

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Mrs Cordner

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Mrs Blair

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Mrs McAlister

 

 

Year 9 Prizewinners after Star Test 4

Star Test 4 has been completed and now we have settled back in after the Easter break, our Year 9 Year Heads, Mrs Cordner and Mr Whitehead presented certificates and prizes to all the winners in their year group.

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As always, the Year 9 pupils showed continued involvement and progress, and a high number of pupils were presented with certificates to mark their personal achievements.

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Highest Achieving Class 9CF

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Individual prize winners from Year 9

Both of the Year Heads were full of praise for the Year 9 pupils and extremely proud of their group’s continued progress.

 

Year 10 Prizewinners after Star Test 4

Star Test 4 has been completed and on our return from the Easter break, our Year 10 Year Heads, Miss McCollum and Mr Usher, presented certificates and prizes to all the winners in their year group.

10B1 winning class

The Highest Achieving Class was 10B1

 

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