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Remote Learning Wall of Fame

It is an unheralded time, but it is truly uplifting to see our pupils still working so fantastically hard at home via remote learning.

Here we have collected some of the great work our pupils have been doing whilst staying home and staying safe...

English and Drama Projects 

Year 8 pupils have been reading Treasure Island for English, in Drama they have been tasked with recreating scenes from the book.

We absolutely loved Toby's interpretation of his own Treasure Island!

Toby decided to combine his creative skills to bring his design to life for his English and Drama project.

Other pupils worked superbly as an online group to create a short scene (completely unscripted we should mention!) You can watch their video on facebook.

They were also tasked with writing messages in a bottle in English and then present them dramatically in Drama. You can see Jason's impressive efforts here.


Mrs Poole-Gleed launched 'Ready, Steady Cook @ Home!' to encourage our pupils to share their culinary concoctions! Here are some of the mouthwatering creations that we've had so far...

Super sausage rolls! Made by Edward (Year 8) - Containing sausage, onion and parmesan.


How delicious do these Cream horns look! With chocolate & strawberries, made by Alfie in Year 9.


Daniel in Year 7 made these truly scrumptious looking bourbon biscuits.

So many of our boys have made appetizing cakes, we think we have GBBO contestants in our midsts!


Design Technology 

Pupils in Year 7 have been getting creative and handy by making Totem Poles and tablet or phone holders with help from their parents and we are very impressed!

History and Art Projects

Year 7 have been designing and making their own castles out of recycling for a joint History and Art project. As you can see, they have been very imaginative and used a wide variety of materials to produce some excellent models!


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