World Book Day 2019
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Last week students entered into the spirit of World Book Day by dressing up as characters from their favourite books and entering the competitions devised by the English Department. Costume winners: 1st Prize: Jessica Dempsey (Gangsta Granny) 2nd Prize: Tristan Stewart (Charlie and the Chocolate Fa…

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Year 11 Revision Sessions
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A reminder that there are many opportunities for Year 11 students, both at lunchtime and after school, to get help with reviewing and revising their learning. An overview of the sessions can be found on our website. Additional details are available to students from subject teachers.

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Wallabies Gone Wild: Visit of Amrit Singh
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Amrit Singh will be on the island this week delivering workshops to students on his how his career has developed from leaving school to being one of the top live streamers in the UK today. Amrit is one of the artists painting a large wallaby sculpture for the wallaby trail. Please see the poster fo…

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'Hello St. Ninian's' podcast now available
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The Digital Leaders are hard at work preparing and recording the next episode of the 'Hello St. Ninian’s' podcast. In this episode we will interview Y11 student Adam Drummond about his success in a recent computing competition. Find previous episodes of our podcast by searching for 'Hello St. Ninia…

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Politics Digital Surgery for Year 12 students
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On Thursday, Year 12 A Level Politics students participated in their second Digital Surgery run by the Politics Project. This time our Skype interview was with Lord Boswell. Students spoke to Lord Boswell for an hour and in that time were able to ask him about the roles and functions of the House o…

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Sixth Form Rewards Lunch
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Following the recent interim reports, we were pleased to invite the Sixth Form students who achieved outstanding effort in all of their subjects to a Rewards Lunch with the Sixth Form Team to celebrate their consistent effort. Well done, keep up the good work!

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Well done to all the GCSE Food and Nutrition students
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Well done to our Year 11 GCSE Food and Nutrition students who undertook a controlled assessment last week. Students had three hours to complete the task which included mise-en-place (preparation), making, washing up and presenting the three dishes. Most students chose a starter, a main and a desser…

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