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Celebrating 40 Years - it is nice to reflect on what our building used to look like

Feb 03, 2022 | | Tags: Celebrating 40 Years

Celebrating 40 Years - As we are celebrating 40 years of school history, it is nice to reflect on what our building used to look like. Not many realise that our school was previously a hotel/resort where the Primary school classrooms were guest rooms, the main hall was a cinema house and a drive-in cinema…

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Year 6 learnt about Peppered moths also known as Darwin's Moths

Feb 01, 2022 | | Tags: Primary

After having learnt about Peppered moths (also known as Darwin's moths), Year 6 were asked to find a tree within the school, on which a moth could possibly live and how it would begin to adapt it's appearance to remain camouflaged from predators. To create the same texture and look of their chosen tree,…

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Year 12 Drama students have been performing their own character monologues and duologues.

Jan 31, 2022 | | Tags: Drama, Expressive Arts

Using given questions, freewriting and first line/last line, students created some interesting scenarios and characters which they then developed into two minute monologues. Rehearsals and preparations focused on exploring vocal skills, accents, movement and physicality. Thinking about another character…

Year 10 learnt to carry out a Titration for the first time in Chemistry

Jan 28, 2022 | | Tags: Science

Year 10 learnt to carry out a Titration for the first time in Chemistry, one of the most well-known experiments used by established chemists in both research and industry. This is a technique that requires many skills, including accurate hand eye coordination, precise measurement readings and visual…

Year 4 - Sound Pitch Through Materials of Varying Thickness, Length and Tension

Jan 28, 2022 | | Tags: Primary

Year 4 were thoroughly engaged in learning the effects of sound pitch through different materials with varying thickness, length and tension.

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Year 8 have been studying Pythagoras’ Theorem

Jan 27, 2022 | | Tags: KS3

In Maths, Year 8 have been studying Pythagoras’ Theorem and looked at solving more complex problems by applying the formula and perfecting their algebraic manipulation skills.

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Year 9 - History Students Engaged in a Diplomatic Simulation Role Play

Jan 25, 2022 | | Tags: Humanities, KS3

In Year 9, history students engaged in a diplomatic simulation role play to learn about the alliances that were in place by 1914 and the build up to the first world war. Students acted as diplomats of one of the protagonist countries of WW1 and in that role they needed to send each other diplomatic messages…

International Day of Education 2022
International Day of Education 2022

Jan 24, 2022 |

Today the EIC acknowledges and wishes all fellow educators a happy International Day of Education 2022

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Year 6 are learning about animal and plant adaptations

Jan 21, 2022 | | Tags: Primary

As part of the unit, the students have to identify the adaptations that animals and plants have developed throughout the years in order to survive. We have linked this idea in our Art lessons, where students in our first lesson, had to create their own animal using a mash up of different adaptations…

Year 11 Field Work - Local River Study

Jan 20, 2022 | | Tags: KS4

Year 11 got to go out and see how river characteristics change downstream as well as conduct vital fieldwork experience by doing a local river study. They went out to some river sites to measure qualities such as width, gradient and sediment load size.

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