School Noticeboard, 26th March 2016

Well done to those students who joined Mr Mvula this week to see a performance of ‘Broke N Beat’ at the Oldham Central Library. Students watched the dance and music collective performance and discussed the performance on the way home.

Mr De Courcey met with Gillian Sherwood from the Lowry Theatre, Salford this week to discuss all our great Arts Award work this year and to celebrate our achievements as an Arts Award Good Practice Centre. Mr Mvula will be heading to London next term to join in the national celebrations as we are one of sixteen estabishments nationally to achieve the status this year.

Letters for the ‘Picnic At The Stones’ visit have been issued to Year 8 students this week and places are allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. The trip to the Lake District takes place after school on Friday 29th of April from 2.45pm until 9.30pm approximately. The cost of the visit is £3.50 per student and learners are asked to bring their own food. For more details about the locations we will visit, see our school website.

Year 7 Arts Award students have been asked to attend their Arts Award bronze moderation on Monday the 4th of April 2016 (the second week of the holidays) and all students will be issued with a letter before the end of term. The moderation will require a short group interview with our examiner as we discuss the great work that has been accomplished over the past two terms. For more details, see Mr De Courcey and Mr Mvula.

Tuesday the 5th of April 2016 will provide year 11 Drama students with further written exam revision from 9.30am until 1.00pm in G5 and 6 as part of our Easter Holiday Revision programme. For more details, please contact Mr De Courcey. For the full Easter Revision programme for Year 11 students, please contact Ms Turrell directly in school.

Tickets for our forthcoming show, ‘Scar of the Sabretooth’ which takes place on Friday 10th of June from 5.00pm until 6.30pm are now on sale and can be bought directly from school of via the CEPA Office at breaktimes, lunchtimes or after school. Tickets are priced £3.50 (no concessions) and refreshments will be served.

‘Our Caveman Camp’ continues straight after the holiday break with a range of Stone Age activities offered to primary school students after school each week. Last week learners had a practical prehistoric food workshop! The sessions are being led by Mr Cloran and a small team. For more details about the activities on offer and the final outcomes, see Mr Cloran or Ms Wystawnoha.

Our Arts and Mediterranean Night takes place on Wednesday 6th of July 2016 from 6.00pm until 8.00pm and the evening features a family quiz, themed entertainment and Greek, Spanish and Italian cuisine. Tickets cost £6.00 per person (including food and entry) and vegetarian options are available. Tickets are available in advance only and places are limited. Tickets can be bought directly from school or from the CEPA Office at breaktimes, lunchtimes or after school. See Mr De Courcey or Mr Mvula.

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