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The House of Bernarda Alba - tickets now available
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Tickets are now on sale for the school production of ‘The House of Bernarda Alba’ on the 6th, 7th and 8th July. Tickets cost £5 and are available from the Upper School office. Don’t miss this chance to experience this classic Spanish tragedy which is being performed in the Upper School Drama Studio…

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Maritime Careers Fair
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Young people aged 14 and over can find out more about jobs connected with the sea at the IOM Maritime Career Fair on the 9th July. This event has been organised by the IOM Maritime sector and is an opportunity to explore on land and at sea options for careers in Maritime. Maritime enables 95% of th…

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Tony Roberts Photography Competition
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We are pleased to announce that we are launching the Tony Roberts Photography Competition again this year. Entries need to be submitted to Google Classroom by Friday 9th September 2022, so students have lots of time to find the perfect photo. The theme is ‘Around Me’. This competition is run annual…

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR Y8 & Y9
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We are again experiencing higher rates of staff absence than we would normally expect at this time of year. We have therefore had to take the very difficult decision to request that all Year 9 students should therefore remain at home on Thursday 23rd June and all Year 8 students should remain at ho…

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Y7 Applied Learning visit Sight Matters
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The Year 7 Applied Learning group have been to visit Sight Matters. During the visit students were able to experience some of the difficulties faced by people with visual impairments and were able to see the work Sight Matters does in order to support them. The group were able to see the gadget roo…

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Visit to the Grandstand
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The Lower School SPC had a very successful visit to the Grandstand before TT week. They enjoyed a walk around the paddock and chatted to mechanics and riders. Many thanks to Peter Hickman, Dean Harrison and Tom Weeden for being so friendly and informative.

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