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  • Pope Francis’ Intentions for April

    Pope Francis’ Intentions for April
    12th April 2019

    THE PASCAL TRIDUUM The whole Triduum will be at Sacred Heart Church Maundy Thursday: 18 April 7.30 pm Mass of the Last Supper followed by the Gethsemane watch until 10.30 pm. Good Friday: 19 April 3.00 pm The Liturgy with veneration of the Cross Holy Saturday: 20 April 8.30 pm The Paschal Vigil with baptisms, renewal of baptismal vows and first Mass of Easter Easter Day: 21 April 10 am at Sacred Heart Read More

  • Appointment Of New Headteacher

    Appointment Of New Headteacher
    8th April 2019

    The Governing Body are pleased to announce that Mr A Grant has been appointed Headteacher designate to succeed Mrs Steele as Headteacher from 1 September 2019. I am sure that all members of our community will join with me in congratulating Mr Grant and wishing him every success in his Headship from 1 September 2019. Read More

  • Maths Challenge Regional Finals 2019

    Maths Challenge Regional Finals 2019
    8th April 2019

    On Friday 29th March, three year 8 students and one year 9 student attended Aston University Engineering Academy to compete in the Regional Finals of the UK Maths Challenge. Daniel Cole in year 9 lead the team, which consisted of Gregory Odiwa, Ming Cen and Aigill Sajan in year 8. All students had recently completed an individual maths challenge, so to compete as a team was a first for them. Read More

  • Titan Partnership Art Competition

    Titan Partnership Art Competition
    8th April 2019

    On Wednesday a member of the Titan Partnership came to collect three sculptures for their annual dinner competition. Pupils in Year 7, 8 and post 16 have been working really hard for the past three weeks to create their submissions and although they have not yet had any feedback we are really proud of their work and wanted to share their final pieces. We’d also like to thank Miss Matthews for organising and supporting the students throughout this project. Read More

  • Psychology Grade Booster Trip

    Psychology Grade Booster Trip
    8th April 2019

    The Year 13 Psychology students joined other A level Psychology students at Vue Cinema, Star City on Friday 29th March for an interactive grade booster workshop ahead of their upcoming exams. We worked through practice questions, shared answers with the audience, voted for best answers, tested our knowledge and gathered valuable tips on how to get the highest marks in the exams. Read More

  • Fifth Sunday of Lent

    Fifth Sunday of Lent
    8th April 2019

    The Gospel this Sunday is taken from John’s Gospel chapter 8. The main focus of this story isn’t necessarily the woman but Jesus. He is being tested yet again. The laws say; but what do you say? The woman is being led to be executed, just as Jesus himself will be led to the cross to die. In this moment of condemnation, he writes on the sand. He invites us to take our place among the crowd with the following words. “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.” Read More

  • Pope Francis’ Intentions for April

    Pope Francis’ Intentions for April
    8th April 2019

    Doctors and their Collaborators in War Zones For doctors and their humanitarian collaborators in war zones, who risk their lives to save the lives of others. Archdiocese of Birmingham There are some wonderful prayer resources on the archdiocese website. I am including the address here for you to use. https://www.birminghamdiocese.org.uk/ Read More

  • Year 8 STEM Event

    Year 8 STEM Event
    28th March 2019

    On Friday 22nd March a group of Year 8's including, Ming Cen; Lola Dunne; Katie Gilhooly, and Gregory Odiwa took part in a Science, Technology, Engineering & maths event (STEM). During the event, they competed against other schools in challenges where they had to use their creative and scientific minds to be successful. Read More

  • National Holocaust Centre Visit

    National Holocaust Centre Visit
    28th March 2019

    On the 15th March 25 year 8 pupils visited the National Holocaust Centre in Newark to build upon their historical knowledge of 1930s Germany and the Holocaust. At the start of the visit pupils received an introduction which encouraged them to focus on the role of the individual and the choices individuals made between 1933 and 1945. Read More

  • GCSE Geography Fieldwork

    GCSE Geography Fieldwork
    28th March 2019

    On Friday 15th March, the 64 Year 11 Geographers travelled to Carding Mill Valley in Shropshire to complete their second piece of fieldwork. Their aim was to explore how the characteristics of a river changed downstream – when back in school they had to analyse their results and compare it to what we have learnt in lesson. Read More