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  • Year 1 & Year 2 Athletics

    Year 1 & Year 2 Athletics
    22nd April 2013

    On Monday after school, St Edmund Campion School hosted the Year 1 & 2 Athletics. The School welcomed both Gunter Primary School and The Abbey Catholic Primary School. The children competed in field events which included; Standing Long Jump, Speed Bounce, Target Throw and Soft Javelin. Both schools gave some excellent performances, but the real competition was within the track events. Here the pupils got to participate in obstacle, over & under, hurdles as well as a team relay sprint. The final points saw The Abbey Catholic Primary School win the competition by a few points. The children had a fantastic time and really enjoyed their time at Campion. Miss Porter would like to thank Niamh Finnegan, Cameron Laycock-Harrington, Mrs Chance and Mr Finnigan for their hard work and for making the Primary Schools feel so welcome. Read More

  • Year 8 6-a-side football tournament

    Year 8 6-a-side football tournament
    22nd April 2013

    On Monday 22nd April 8 year 8 students attended a 6-a-side football tournament at Sutton town football club, the tournament was held by the Rotary Club of Wylde Green and consisted of 12 football teams from around the area. Read More

  • Chemistry Students Visit Warwick University

    Chemistry Students Visit Warwick University
    15th April 2013

    On Monday the 15th April Miss Wright and Mr Reid took two A-level students and 18 GCSE Chemistry students to the chemistry department at Warwick University. The pupils spent the day working in the university laboratory making aspirin and paracetamol. They used the laboratory that students use during their degree courses and had a tour of the research labs. It was a great opportunity to have an insight into what chemistry labs are like and we were honoured to use the specialist equipment that was provided. They also used different methods to analyse their results and several students made large amounts of pure aspirin and paracetamol and compared them to over the counter drugs. The pupils all worked really well and Dr Nick Barker who ran the day was really impressed with the pupils and how well they did. It was a really good day and everyone was enthusiastic and clearly enjoyed using the university equipment. Read More

  • Duke of Edinburgh Expedition

    Duke of Edinburgh Expedition
    8th April 2013

    On Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th of April the Duke of Edinburgh students went on their practice expedition to the Lickey Hills, just south of Birmingham. The students were accompanied by DofE instructor Mr Eames and school staff Mrs Kilmartin and Miss Wheeler. Mr Wigley drove the school minibus and dropped the students off in the small village of Hopwood early on the Saturday morning. The group hiked for 10 kilometers on the Saturday, carrying their large back packs and camping equipment, through the woods and across the Lickey Hills arriving at The Stables, outdoor education centre in Blackwell late in the afternoon. The students had to setup camp, erecting their own tents, before cooking their evening meal and spending the night beneath the stars. Read More

  • Easter Open 2013

    Easter Open 2013
    1st April 2013

    Over the Bank Holiday weekend St Edmund Campion School travelled to Holland to compete against a number of foreign professional and semi-professional teams during the Easter Open. Read More

  • Tyburn Mail 21/03/2013
    21st March 2013

    Did you see this article in the Tyburn Mail about our World Book Day celebrations? Read More

  • Inauguration of Pope Francis

    Inauguration of Pope Francis
    19th March 2013

    Today marks the The Inauguration of Pope Francis as the 266th Pope of the Catholic Church and successor of St. Peter. At just after 6pm on 13th March the 115 Cardinals cast their 5th vote of this Conclave and elected the new pope of the Catholic Chruch. Jorge Mario Bergoglio, aged 76 from Argentina will be the first Latin American Pope, the first Jesuit Pope and also the first Pope Francis! The Son of a railway worker, the Archbishop of Buenos Aires is a Jesuit intellectual who travels by bus and has a practical approach to poverty: when he was appointed a cardinal, Bergoglio persuaded hundreds of Argentinians not to fly to Rome to celebrate with him but instead to give the money they would have spent on plane tickets to the poor. He was a fierce opponent of Argentinas decision to legalise gay marriage in 2010, arguing children need to have the right to be raised and educated by a father and a mother. He was created a cardinal by John Paul II on 21 February 2001. Read More

  • Year 3 and 4 Athletics Finals at SEC

    Year 3 and 4 Athletics Finals at SEC
    13th March 2013

    On Wednesday 13th March, St Edmund Campion hosted the Year 3&4 KSSP Athletics Finals. The primary schools that attended included; St Mary & John's Catholic Primary School, Gunter Primary School, Kingsland Primary School, Sunridge Primary School and Birches Green Junior School. Each school brought a boys and girls team, which they all completed a variety of field events that included speed bounce, shot putt and javelin. The real competition stepped up during the track races, where pupils competed in hurdle races, obstacle and over & under relay races. The winning School of the evening was St Edmund Campion's cluster primary school, St Mary and John's Catholic School who commented on how much fun the children had! Read More

  • Catholic Partnership Swimming Gala

    Catholic Partnership Swimming Gala
    12th March 2013

    On Tuesday 12th March, Miss Porter and Mr Roche took 18, Year 7 & 8 pupils to Archibishop Ilsley Catholic School to attend the annual Swimming Gala. The year 7 team included; Katrina Hollier, Hannah Wildman, Destanhy Gardner, Horatia Archer, Dylan Forbes, Tommy Sans, Elliot Mills, Ethan Sinclaire, Ben Allen, Dylan Evason. The Year 8 Team; Elle-Jade Pearce, Erin Jackson, Charm Jones, Chelsea -Leigh Sam Deng, Oran Grigg, Conroy Hayden and Tylah Worth. Every pupil represented the school in true Campion Style. Horatia Archer, Chelsea - leigh, Sam Deng and Elle-Jade all won their individual races. Overall, the boys finished 3rd and the girls finished 4th! The team put up a good competition against the other catholic schools who had some excellent club and county swimmers. The final positioning came down to the final cannon relay which the team came 3rd in! Miss Porter and Mr Roche commented on how well behaved all the pupils were and the excellent effort they all put in. Well Done! Read More

  • Year 11 Artist Workshop with John Denaro

    Year 11 Artist Workshop with John Denaro
    11th March 2013

    On Monday 11th March we welcomed back artist John Denaro in the art department to do a full day portrait workshop with a group of gifted & talented GCSE artists in Year 11. The group of 15 students explored a large scale detailed realistic 'self portrait' of the artist made with chalks and charcoal and he told the group about his background and that he was once a pavement artist. John taught the group a step by step guide on how to produce a large scale self portrait using charcoal and pastels. The students found measuring the proportions of the face challenging to begin with but some became adept in the techniques of layering the pastels to record light and shadows to create a good likeness of themselves. Read More