Cause for Praise Achievements

Celebrating students who achieved 4 or more CFPs between Easter and May Bank 2022 Y8 students celebrate 5 or more Cause for Praise Achievements. Special mention goes to Emily Wilshire for achieving a tremendous 11 CFPs. Y9 students celebrate 4 or more Cause for Praise Achievements. Special Mentions to Faith Beard and Scaife MacKenzie for […]

Celebrating Effort – Y9

‘Celebrating Y9 students, who achieved an average effort of between 3.71-4 in the 2nd Data Collection in May 2022. Special mention to Meredith Davidson, Amogh Nagendra, Sophie Catto, Charlotte Hall and Lexi Goward for achieving the highest average effort of 4! Well done everyone!’   Alphabetical Order: Connor Bannon, William Bates, Faith Beard, George Beevers, […]

Humanities Stars of the Half Term

Congratulations to all students on the list below who have been recognised by one of their Humanities teachers for their outstanding approach towards learning during the last half term. An extra special mention goes to Laura Folkes, Y9, pictured above. Laura was nominated by her History teacher, Miss Johnson, who said “Since joining the school […]

Y9 CFP Awards

Y9 students celebrate achieving 8 or more CFP’s perfect punctuality and zero CFC’s between January and February 2022. Well done to everyone and a special mention goes to Alisha Chettlburgh and Matthew Osborn who achieved 15 CFPs.  

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – Y9 Western Film Extracts

As part of their work on global cinema, Film Studies students in Y9 have analysed the conventions of the Western genre.  Here are their shoot-out film extracts, shot in true The Good, The Bad and the Ugly Style. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bvi_xh30bSkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJK3sVJZjKshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=foS6YVHUackhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uo_0Jw2v9dw

Y9 English Displays

Last term Y9 English students created some amazing wall displays as part of our Lord of The Flies – Community unit.

Y9 Film Studies Cinema Trip

Y9 Film Studies students from both Wickersley and Thrybergh schools enjoyed an early morning screening at Cineworld of the latest instalment in the James Bond film series – No Time to Die.

Ruma Baker’s Dancing Success!

We are so proud to share the success of Ruma Baker, Year 9 student at Wickersley School, who is doing incredibly well with her dancing. She has only recently begun her journey with dancing, having transitioned from gymnastics to ballroom and Latin, and has just started competing with her first competitive partner, Christopher Buttle. Together, they […]