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Race for the Line 2018



Following the Community College's success last year in reaching the national final of Race for The Line, this year the whole of Year 7 have entered this STEM competition inspired by the Bloodhound Land Speed Record attempt. The first round took place in freezing cold on 8 February at the Community College where 14 rocket cars took off. The cars were designed and built by teams of Year 7 students. The fastest car reached 63.60km/h on a 15m track and was designed and built by Jake Corfield, Holly Kirk, Jessica Newnham and Olivia Nobbs. These students go through to the Regional Finals at RAF Cosford in May. Congratulations to them.


Winning Car Below








Biology Bake Off


The Science Department once again held a Biology bake off on the 13th October. There was lots of wonderful different ideas, from seedling cupcakes to brain and eyeball cakes.

The overall winner was Kara Gardner with her respiratory system cake.

Winners of the inter-house comp:


1) Rose Stafford

2) Jude O'Gilligan

3) Jack Cherry


1) Tilly Hughes

2) Megan Jones

3) Sam Spalding


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Tanzania Trip 2017

 Tanzania2017-5SmallOctober 2017 saw the third annual student visit to Macechu school, our partners in Tanzania.  14 students and three staff made the trip which involved students in class at Macechu and experiencing many different aspects of cultural life in Tanzania, including for the first time a safari to the Ngorongoro Crater. 


The Globe Visit



The Globe trip 2017 was a fantastic opportunity offered to a group of 44 students in years 10 and 11. The play was a modified version of William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing set in Mexico 1949, it was a wonderful show full of music, comedy and vibrant colours.

Though the Globe is only a replica of the original, it gave history students the amazing chance to see one of the most famous Shakespearian plays in an authentic Elizabethan setting. Not only this but it tied in with the English faculty nicely as key stage 4 are currently studying Much Ado About Nothing and other Shakespearian plays for their GCSEs.

In my opinion, the most incredible part of the whole experience was seeing the professional actors and their own interpretations of the characters. As an English student studying the play I also found it extremely beneficial to see the show live as it was much clearer and has given me a better understanding of the play as whole.

By Amelia Blood