The year 10s are developing resilience and perseverance.
They have coped well with the responsibility of being prepared for book club and setting a good example to the younger students.
Amy Smith, Librarian
The habits of informed criticism and respectful debate are practised during book club, these are cross curricular life skills. I have observed the accelerated progress in the work of the pupils who participated in English.
Dom Jones, English teacher
The format gets children to reflect on a text, to consider the views of other group members and to develop more objective and analytical thinking in a fun and engaging way.
Just been helping with History revision - end of the Cold War circa 1990 #mystudentdays are GCSE history - #howoldami got some kudos as I was actually in East Berlin at Uni in 1989 and have this cool badge
Our lovely friends at Learn to love to read have been shortlisted to win a digital foundation package worth £6,000 from Dot Project, an organisation which helps charities and social enterprises achieve greater productivity, performance and cost efficiency.
Bringing companies and charities together, we're thrilled to announce the 14 finalists for our Dot Project campaign.
The shortlisted charities need YOUR support to secure a digital foundation package worth £6k donated by the empathy led tech company which helps charities and social enterprises achieve greater productivity, performance and cost efficiency.
Visit the page here, learn more about the different causes who would benefit from this donation and nominate your favourite #charity with a simple click of a button ow.ly/I5Qu30mXuoL
The charity with the most votes by Tuesday 18 December will win!
CONGRATULATIONS to our shortlisted charities and good luck!
Learn to love to read
Clothe Me - Thank You
The Hanworth Centre
Citizens Advice New Forest
Brushford Parish Hall
Trees for Cities