Black Holes

Socially isolating at home, and looking for an educational activity? The next in our series of free interactive children’s astronomy sessions will be all about black holes! Black holes — dead stars, crushed by gravity into tiny points, from which not even light can escape — are pretty much the weirdest things in the Universe.…

Career of the Week

This week, we are honouring those unsung heroes who work tirelessly with the elderly and those who are mentally infirm. The Care Worker is a key front line worker in today’s COVID-19 climate. They care for those most vulnerable to the virus and many are still looking after their own family as well. We are…

Challenges for this week

We want our students to continue to experience new things and learn new skills at this time.  Please take a look at our weekly challenge calendar and have a go!   This Week’s PE Challenge: Plank Challenge – How long can you hold the plank for? Can you hold it for 45 seconds? Get an…

Excellent work 27th April 2020

Here is a great example of some Physics work by Kieran Hinde in Year 7. Well done. Here is some fantastic RE work from Jayden Leatham in Year 8 on “Inspirational figures”. Well done Jayden! Here is an effective summary of renewable and non-renewable fuels from Jasmine Gainford. Well done! Here is Year 7 Logan…