Christmas Cards For The Elderly
Recently we were contacted by The Mayor of Castle Point who asked our pupils to make some Christmas cards for the elderly people in the community. As you can see from the picture below some fantastic cards were made by pupils in our Middle school and Secondary school. GB class delivered the cards to The Citadel at Hadleigh Salvation Army ready for distribution.
Cedar Hall Purple Day
On Friday 6th October Cedar Hall Joined in with the Thundersley Village fundraising event for the Amy May Trust. Pupils and staff were asked to come to school in something purple. Everyone made a huge effort with their purple clothes and accessories and they looked wonderful. Donations were made on the day to the Trust....watch this space for how much we raised!
This year we held our Harvest assembly on Wednesday 4th October and it was in aid of 'Storehouse', a Southend based charity. Storehouse provide many forms of support to lots of people in need. Two representatives from the charity attended our assembly and were extremely grateful to take away all of our donations. We were told about all of the great work Storehouse do and the type of people that will benfit from our donations. We would like to say a very big thank you to everyone who supported this charity this year.
GB Class Superhero Project
GB class have recently been working closely with our local Haberdashery shop, Bodkins, on the Thundersley Art Trail. There theme has been 'Superheroes' and the work that they have produced is now being displayed in the shop window. Please feel free to pop along to see it!
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.
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.
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!