Year 7 Philosophy and Ethics students London Trip- the deadline for the final payment of £30 to attend this trip is Wednesday 10th February. If you have any questions with regards to this trip, please speak to Mrs Thomas.
1st – Shakespeare- Team #Be like Bill- Josh Farrell, Thomas Mills, Ryan Taylor, Georgia Eversden- 36 points
Joint 2nd- Godiva- The Godiva survivors- Oliver Railer, Daniel Voice, Jay Hilton, Angus Keither,George Capers- 35 points
Godiva- The Quality Street- Morgan Usher, Jennie French, Charlotte Wain, Alex McKie, Charley Furey 35 points
Shakespeare- Shakespeare superstars- Emily Evans, Kirsty Taylor, Ben Middleton, Maisier Morrison,
Lauren Bradley 35 points
3rd- Godiva- Blue Smarties- Molly Sharp, Ellie Cumberbatch, Niamh Purnell, Katie Shillito, Lucy Browne
4th- Shakespeare- OSORJ- Owen De Suza, Jess Woods, Ollie Upton, Daniel Smyth, Rosie Russell
A fantastic final House Quiz today with year 7 students at lunchtime. Lots of students came along and participated. Godiva and Shakespeare were dominating the top scores today, fighting for those HAPS! The Heads of House were impressed by all students. What a brilliant end to the House Quiz rounds for this year. Thank you to all those students and staff who have got involved! We have really enjoyed spending time with the students, seeing so many of you attend and show your dedication to your House. Look out for the updated HAPS totals coming soon!
A super House Quiz team! Enjoyed it!
Last night the Year 7 netball team played Kings High A and B teams in a school games tournament. After eventually finding the courts the team started strong against the B team, staying tight on in defence and intercepting pass after pass! Olivia Constable, Rose Hill and Katy Black all had an amazing game in defence, with the support of Charley Furey, Issie Fairhurst, Sarah Costa and Bo Crump in centre court. Play opened up and Ellie Cumberbatch, Charlotte Wain and Alex Lyle all found space and worked well to score 3 goals. The final score finished 3-3, a positive score against tough opposition. The A team then played Southam and we started off strong, positive from the previous match. Although a stronger opposition, Southam managed to maintain possession and intercept regular passes. Southam struggled to work the ball into the attack as Kings High stepped up the defence. Although the score finished 8-0 to Kings High, Southam never gave up and kept working slowing down the Kings High attack – well done girls! Bo Crump ended up the teams players player, although a huge team effort!
Well played all, Miss MacLachlan
26th and 28th April 2016