Coffee Morning Baking

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Our Health & Food Technology teacher, Gill, and her pupils were very busy in the weeks leading up to our recent charity coffee morning.  Tania, Daniel, Tyler, Jack and River worked independently and in groups to produce various cakes, scones and fruit kebabs.  The excellent baking talents of all these pupils was crucial in the delivery of such a successful fundraising event...
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Geography trip to EAE

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Recently the Geography department went on a field trip to EAE Distributions and met with the director for an informative talk and tour of the workplace.  EAE was of particular interest to the Geography department due to its sustainability initiatives and commitment to green energy.  After the trip Blake wrote up this excellent report:      
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Found Poetry

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In English some of the pupils have been experimenting with Found Poetry and have created some fantastic short poems.  Below is a poster displaying all the poems and a little information on what Found Poetry is. Here is a closer look at the poems that were written.  These poems are connected by the theme of Alice in Wonderland and are linked to our drama worksho...
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Fairtrade Fortnight

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Over the last two weeks our pupils have indulged in a range of activities as part of Fairtrade Fortnight, exploring where our food comes from and understanding more about the lives of those who produce it. Pupils bagged, labelled and sold Fairtrade nuts at our school community break-time River made (and ate!) this chocolate cake, based on a Belize sugar cane far...
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