Competitions

Competitions

 

Competitions give students the chance to compare their knowledge, talents and skills with their peers and opportunities are provided for individuals and groups within and outside of school. Through the House system students compete to earn the most points, be the best at Sports Day, bake the best cakes, take the best photograph, win the talent competition and raise the most money for charity. Outside of school talented mathematicians take part in the National Maths Challenge, able scientists can compete in the Salters Chemistry competition and creative English students can enter the National Poetry Trials. Through our good relationship with Sedgley and Wombourne Rotary Club, students can also take part in their public speaking, Rotary Young Chef and Rotary Young Musician competitions.

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Cooking Challenge

In May 2021, our pupils were asked to take part in our cooking challenge.

2nd and 3rd place - William T and Sophie W .

Prize - Milkshake voucher from Coffee 212.

1st place - Samuel P.

Prize - Takeaway afternoon tea for 2 from Fresh.

Displayed on the left are photos taken of our students amazing food.

Sports Day Results

1st Place -  Endeavour -   295 points

2nd Place - Enterprise -   279 points

3rd Place -  Hope -           243 points

4th place -  Aspire -          177 points 

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Mental Health Awareness Week

To celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week, we asked our pupils to take part in exercises that promote positive mental health whilst raising money for our house charities.

1st - Molly H

Prize - £50 voucher from River Severn Canoes.

2nd & 3rd - Megan T and Jack T

Prize - £10 Amazing Vouchers.

Well done Jessica S, Jessica J, Isaac H and Brodie A who also raised funds for our charities.

Overall we raised over £150!

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Halloween Competition

You need to create a Halloween Mask.

It can be made from any material - it could be 2D or 3D.

The mask could be of a well known character or one you have made up.

Hand in your mask with your name and tutor group on the back to DT (Room 35)

Hand in date - Monday 1st November

1st prize - cupcakes from Windmill Bakery

Mrs Glover's House Point Challenge.

Each year, our new year 7s storm the leader board with house points so this year I want to see more of our KS4 pupils getting the credit they deserve.

So, I'm launching a house point challenge.

Your mission (should you choose to accept it) is to earn as many house points as you can between now and half term. I will be awarding the individual and the tutor group that earns the most house points with a prize! 

You have until 22nd October.

Good luck

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