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March 2018 - School News

29th March 2018

GCSE Science Exams:

With the year 11 exams getting closer, the students have been made aware about different ways they can revise. There are many websites available that can support your child with their study.

GCSE Bitesize is a fabulous resource that covers many of the subjects they learn in school. There are many interactive pages and online tests they can use. The link for Science is

They may also find it useful to take a look at the AQA website that includes the specification for the course and past papers and mark schemes. See here:

Mrs Hargreaves-Mcleod is also offering after school Science revision classes to all year 11 students every Tuesday and is happy to offer alternative days if this is not suitable. 

Science Exam Dates:

15th May: Paper 1

23rd May: Paper 2 

11th June: Paper 3

13th June: Paper 4

If you have anything you would like to discuss about the exams or would like some advice about how to support your child with their revision, please contact Mrs Hargreaves-Mcleod. 

28th March 2018

26th March

A fabulous week in Science, we have exploded watermelons, made our own poo's from the past and also made our own Crystals!

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26th March 2018

It was the Hedgehogs turn in secondary to conquer the climbing walls at Red point in Birmingham. They all worked extremely hard encouraging one another, trying to reach the top. They behaved excellently, Well done team!

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