We’re all ready for Enrichment Week!
The exam season is at 95% completion, internal exams are over and it promises to be dry – and even hot on our European residentials.
Thank you to Mrs Rasmussen and all trip leaders and staff for making this crucial part of our curriculum come to life.
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Well done Mr Huq and all the boys who completed their Duke of Edinburgh’s Award expeditions over the last two weekends. It’s going to be a record breaking year for Bronze completions.
Pictured are three of the teams.
Mrs Corboy has very proudly told me that Adam Bruce and Sam Cade, both 9C, are runners up in the Animation15 UK schools computer animation competition.
Their presentation was called, “Meanwhile: what NOT to do on the Internet…”
Adam and Sam with a slide from their animation
Winstanley students have been busy fundraising for the local charity Jeremiah’s Journey.
Miss Ball said, “Students chose to support this cause as the charity provides support to children and young people when they have experienced or are anticipating the death of someone special, and yet receive no government funding. Through various events such as pancake sales, treasure hunts and cake stalls, Winstanley raised over £300.”
Today a group of students presented Jeremiah’s Journey with a cheque, and learnt more about their work with young people in the local community.
Well done to the following boys who have recently passed London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art exams.
Daniel Farnham – Grade 4 Verse & Prose Speaking with Distinction
Tariq Rudge – Grade 1 Solo Acting with Distinction
Preet Pradeep – Grade 3 Verse & Prose Speaking with Distinction
Henry Spencer – Grade 6 (Bronze Medal) Verse & Prose Speaking with Distinction
Matthew Walker – Grade 7 (Silver Medal) Public Speaking with Distinction
Lalit Kathiresan – Grade 1 Solo Acting with Distinction
Toby Chapman – Grade 2 Verse & Prose Speaking with Merit
Pictured are Daniel, Tariq, Preet and Henry
Congratulations to Henry Kingdon 9W who has been awarded the ‘Most improved player of the year award’ at his club the Horrabridge Rangers.
His coach commented that Henry always turned out in the first few years and persevered even when he didn’t get a game. He then went on to play ten minutes here and there. This season he scored his first goal for the club at an away match and subsequently scored a second at another away fixture.
Well done Henry.
We’re delighted to have staff and students supporting the Digital Futures event this weekend at the Devonport Guildhall. The launch takes place this afternoon and there’s an open day from 10.00am to 4.00pm tomorrow.
All visitors will be very welcome.
DHSB Digital Leaders