Stowe Valley Multi-Academy trust presents Global Virtues Week! Take a look at our calendar of events and join us for the celebration of solidarity, love and hope.
In recent lessons Year 9 students have been learning about secondary processing.
They have made their own butter, cream cheese and raspberry jam.
Well done Year 9
Tonight the U14 girls team played Stratford in the semi-final of the cup. Stratford has lots of shots in the first half but Poppy Lummis saved them all! Great attacking from Abbie Bourton, Sarah Costa and Georgia Eversden put pressure on the Stratford defence. Lana Wilson-Shrubbs, Esha Sance, Ellie Cumberbatch and Niamh Purnell kept the ball moving forward in midfield, whilst Olivia Constable, Emily Lovett, Ana Lovett, Ellie Gregory and Lucy Parsons played well in defence clearing the ball for the Southam attack! Amazing play from all meant that Abbie Bourton could fire in 2 amazing shots in the last 5 minutes. A 2-0 win for Southam puts the team in the final!!! Well done everyone!
Thank you for Shauna O’Neill and Katie Morby for doing the lines.
Miss MacLachlan & Mr Ginger
L’aventure continue! Students enjoyed a delicious petit-déjeuner this morning with some freshly baked croissants and chocolate chaud, before heading out to experience the market in Le Touquet. Here students completed lots of speaking challenges, and Mme Spencer and I were extremely impressed with the way students threw themselves into these activities – really proud of the amount of French language everyone tried out on the French vendors! Special shout out to Rory Stewart and gang for their efforts, and Mia Russell, Lily Fraser-Pope and Caitlin Neville.
After a quick visit to the beach, it was on to a local biscuit factory where students learnt about production of this local delicacy (and tried some wares). Etaples Military Cemetery came next, and students spent some time admiring this powerful place before moving onto more food at the chocolate factory.
Well done Louie Bulyka and Jack Waterfield for being the first complete the challenges here! We saw lots of chocolate being purchased at the factory – can only assume it’s presents for those at home!
More games this evening, then rest for our visit to school tomorrow! A demain.