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29
April
2015

Year 11 cuts off hair for charity!

Unlike most hair conscious girls her age, Year 11 student Kelsey decided that she wanted to do something good for others and raise money for charity, resulting in a staggering 9 inches being cut  from her hair!After deciding upon her brave and difficult choice of fund raising activity, Kelsey had to make the even harder decision of which worthy cause to donate the money to. Fittingly, Kelsey chose The Little Princess Trust: an organisation which provides real hair wigs to boys and girls across the UK and Ireland that have sadly lost their own hair through cancer treatment. An amazing...

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29
April
2015

Year Seven Bag Pack in the local community

On Saturday 25th April, 28 Year Seven pupils went to Tesco in Billingham to pack customer's bags in order to raise money for our school charity: The Future Fund. Some pupils packed bags for up to six hours, trying to do their bit to raise money to fund cutting edge research into childhood cancer. Pupils thoroughly enjoyed the day working in the local community and helping lots of different people. They did an excellent job and their packing skills were commented on by Tesco staff who were impressed at the pupils' polite and helpful attitude towards customers. For example: asking...

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21
April
2015

Year 11 Geography Visit to the Lake District

Year 11 Geography students visited the Lake District this weekend to ascend Blencathra (868m).  The trip enabled students to see a range of glacial features as they make their final preparations for the GCSE exam.  Staff and students enjoyed fantastic spring weather and rewarded themselves with ice creams following the long descent into Keswick.

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13
April
2015

Zoolab Visit

In March, to celebrate the National Science and Engineering week, Northfield students were visited by the animal handling organisation Zoolab. Several year 7 classes took part in workshops to identify the adaptations of a range of animals including snakes, tarantulas, giant snails and rodents!

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13
April
2015

Year 7TF Cycle The Coast To Coast... And Back Again!

Year Seven were incredibly busy last term raising money for the school's charity- The Future Fund. This charity is twinned with the University of Newcastle and works on research into childhood cancer. Year Seven's total is nearing the £500 mark and in the second last week of term, on Thursday 23rd March, 7TF and Mrs Comley took part in a Coast To Coast cycle ride, using the bikes in the Sportsdrome. They began at 8.30am and by 1pm they had reached the end of the Coast to Coast, with a sum total of 137 miles pedalled jointly by the tutor...

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