On Friday 12 April, sixth formers celebrated all our different cultures by wearing cultural dress and bringing in cultural food to share with others:
BTEC Creative Media poster Designs
St Paul’s Level 2 BTEC Digital Media students have been working very skilfully, creatively & imaginatively designing posters for their final unit video production. These have included posters covering diverse genres such as horror , Teen Dramas, documentary & musicals. They all look fantastic!
English & Media Dept.
INTERMEDIATE MATHS CHALLENGE is one of a number of maths competitions run by the UK Mathematics Trust.
Congratulations to the following students on their success:
Year 11 students are taking part this term in wellbeing workshops ranging from yoga, meditation, colouring in, to walking or doing sports. It is important that they look after their mental health in the run up to the exams and we hope they continue practising after their workshop.
Photos from our school production of ‘Mahthildis’:
The winners are:
Staff Winner: Mr M Ostler
Small Class Winners: Mrs A Cartwright & Mrs K James
Large Class Winner: Miss Bhana, 7L
Large Class Winner Runner up: Miss Timmins, 8T
Individual Artists: Poppy-Lou Shutt & Lokyee Tong
Most Amusing Entry: Science Technicians
We asked staff and students to decorate their classroom doors showing their favourite books. Here are some of the designs:
This week the English faculty led a successful A level trip to the Sam Wannamaker Playhouse in London to see Shakespeare’s Richard II. The performance had the first ever full ‘women of colour’ cast in the UK, which gave a whole new angle to the characters.
The theatre is attached to the Globe, and follows the design of an Elizabethan indoor theatre, meaning there was no electricity and the whole play was performed by candlelight, lending it an intimate atmosphere.
Many thanks to the students who attended. They were exemplary, as ever!
Congratulations to Molly in year 11 who won our Valentine’s hamper. Thank you to everyone who bought tickets.
The second ‘Artist of the Month’ is awarded to Jobe Gordan in year 9, for his ‘attention to detail in his outcomes and independent observational studies’. Well done Jobe!