Year 9 presented Change for a Tenner, a fantastic concept. Small groups set themselves up as company with a role for each member, from managing director through to accountant and, of course, workers. Each group is given £10 to invest in stock to support their concept, an allotted time slot and space at their fair. They then set out… Read more »
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Year 11 pupils took part in Millinery Magic – our annual fashion show, designed as an enterprise activity. Pupils worked in teams as the managers of a business company. The purpose ofthe activity is for pupils to gain an understanding and appreciation of how businesses have to work within a competitive and collaborative market. As… Read more »
Other topics explored on the day were: Year 7 pupils reflected on sense of self, body image, racism and unwritten rules. Year 8 pupils had a Democracy Day where they learned about the voting system. Year 10 pupils discussed relationships, which included deep dives into gender stereotypes, online relationships and inappropriate relationships.
Act of Remembrance 100 Years since the Armistice which ended the Great War ‘They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old: Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.’
Miss Hiscock (Headteacher) led assemblies at the beginning of the week to start us thinking about this important time. During registration times tutors were able to follow this up further with presentations prepared for them by the Humanities team. On Friday 9th November we gathered in the Main Hall for the Remembrance Assembly led by… Read more »
Pupil representatives from all Key Stage 3 year groups worked with the Art department and Year 10 pupils to create a Remembrance Mosaic. This will be displayed in school once fully completed to mark this centenary anniversary of the First World War ending.
During Remembrance Week, pupils were able to visit the library and make a poppy for the library display and take part in puzzles, including codebreaking. There were also a number of new displays, featuring fiction and non-fiction books about the First World War.
The Head Prefects and Deputy Head Prefects attended the Remembrance Service at St. Peter’s Church in Stockbridge with Miss Hiscock (Headteacher) on Sunday November 11th. The pupils were invited to read the poem The Crosses by Bill Minton during the service and to lay a special poppy wreath at the memorial. A large number of… Read more »
TVS pupils have been hard at work this week and making their teachers proud The MFL department have been really impressed with the number of Y11 pupils turning up to French and German revision so far this term. Mrs Lynn (Head of MFL) said, “We have started early to maximise progress and the pupils are… Read more »
The Year 11 Charity Committee are launching the Rotary Shoe box Appeal again this year. Rotary is a worldwide voluntary organisation by people who are dedicated to “service above self” helping others over the globe, showing that there is good in the world. Pupils and staff are being asked to fill shoe boxes with a… Read more »
Environmental Science Club has been very popular this term and the goats, chickens, guinea pigs and rabbit have been very well looked after by our group of eager volunteers. Being a school located in rural Hampshire means that many of our pupils arrive in Year 7 having already accumulated a wealth of knowledge and experience in animal… Read more »
Saturday 3rd November saw our new Year 10 DofE teams (8 teams) take part in their first outing of the season, a local area day walk around the South of Winterslow and Broughton Down. The purpose of the day walk was to practise map reading skills, test out their team stamina was like and start… Read more »