A huge well done to all Spanish students involved in the Barcelona trip. They immersed themselves into this city’s vibrant and rich culture and tried their best with the language. Some local residents commented on how interested, polite and enthusiastic they were. All students felt they had gained a lot from this experience; they all… Read more »
6th Formers who were involved in Cramlington in Bloom’s project week are to meet with the Vice Chair and Chair of the Town Council’s Events committee, who are also associated with Cramlington in Bloom steering group, tomorrow to speak to them about what they did during community week and to have their photo taken with… Read more »
We managed to clear a huge amount of litter from Blyth beach which will have a really positive effect on our local marine life and for beach users. A massive thanks to the volunteers who helped and we hope you are enjoying the amazing prizes donated by Quicksilver and Ben Howard. This coincides with the… Read more »
Y7 were stunning yesterday and real role models to our new Y6. They were caring, supportive and went out of their way to make new students feel welcome in the JLV. The Y6 students had a great time yesterday and every one of them wrote postcards which gave feedback on their day – I lost… Read more »
We have had a number of year 9 Sports Leaders helping with Primary School Sports Days over the past week. The feedback has been excellent and some primary staff have said that their Sports Day simply wouldn’t have taken place if it wasn’t for the Y9 Leaders. Well done to all students involved in this.
Our students are currently involved in Project Fortnight. Almost 1000 students from Years 7-9 engage in intensive 2 week projects in small groups. The outcomes are astonishing. They range from professional, bespoke chairs designed from scratch using mathematical principles to CDs sold on iTunes comprising original music inspired by local birdsong and accompanied by hand… Read more »
Our Under 15 football team have rounded off a fantastic season by winning the County Cup Final thanks to a 2-1 win over St Cuthbert’s High School from Newcastle. The match took place at Newcastle University’s Sports Grounds where both teams contested the final of a competition that was first established in 1912. The 102-year-old… Read more »