GB class Superhero Project

GB class visited our local Haberdashery shop, Bodkins, on Thursday 7th September. They met with the owner, Sandie, who presented them with two beautifully hand crafted Superheroes; Superman and Wonder Woman. As part of the Thundersley Art Trail, Bodkins have invited GB to participate in their window display with the Super Heroes theme. Pupils will be working closely with the shop over the next few weeks to complete this project. More to follow..........


Year 11 Kung Foo Punctuation

Learning punctuation is always tricky, but now the Year 11 pupils are learning these skills through some fun, dynamic movements, it is a lot easier! Mr Brandle has been running these Kung Foo sessions and everyone agrees that it has been a great success! 


End of Term Summer Assembly

Due to the overwhelming number of people attending this year ,we decided to hold our end of term assembly outdoors. We were extremely lucky with the weather as the sun shone down on us for the day . Parents/carers and family members came to school to see many pupils receive various trophies and awards. They were also entertained by lots of singing and also by some pupils who were brave enough to sing some solos! We also said a sad goodbye to Mrs Adcock who was leaving us after many years to enjoy her retirement.


Shine Week

The whole school celebrated 'shine week' on the week beginning 10 July 2017. Our theme this year was 'Amazing Animals' and pupils had the opportunity to learn some fabulous facts about many animals from around the world. We had lots of activities ranging from animal tessellations to baking 'Tiger' cake. A fun week was had by all as you can see from the photographs.


Cultural Day

On Tuesday 11th July the whole school celebrated a cultural day learning all about the country Australia. Lots of fun activities took place including Aboriginal Art, making Lamington cake (A Lamington is an Australian cake, made from squares of sponge cake coated in an outer layer of chocolate sauce and rolled in desiccated coconut), playing cricket and learning generally about Australian culture. 


Jack Petchey Award

Jack Petchey Award Winners - Summer 2017

The two winners for the Summer Term were announced recently at our end of term Summer assembly.

The first winner was Tony who is in Year 11. Tony was nominated to receive the award by both staff and pupils. He is extremely well liked and staff are always impressed with the amount of time he gives up to help around the school and in his lessons. He has also just completed his GCSE exams and has spent time over the last year being very determined and working extremely hard on them.

The second winner was Sophie in Middle school. She was nominated for her positivity and hard work in all of her lessons. Sophie always goes out of her way to help other pupils in her class who are struggling and she is a loyal friend to many.

A huge well done to both of these pupils who will now be deciding how to spend their £250 winnings around the school.


Cedar Hall's Pet Competition

The winners of the recent Pet's Competition have now been announced and the prizes have been presented! The winners in each category were as follows:

Class 1 - Just Dogs

Bethany, Marcus and James

Class 2 - Just Cats

Harry and Jackson

Class 3 - All Other Pets

Clarrisa and Elisha

Class 4 - Pet I'd Like To Own

Joseph

Class 5 - Me and My Animal

Teddy and Theo

Best in Show

Harry

Reserve in Show

Ethan


Fellowship Afloat 2017

The annual residential trip to Fellowship Afloat took place again this year. Lots of pupils who had never been before attended and had lots of fun. There were some great activities on offer such as, the high ropes, sailing, canoeing, crabbing, archery and even a visit to the zoo!