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St. Mary's Catholic High School

Year 8 Achievement

The achievements just kept coming for the Year 8 assembly today.

Not only the many Bronze and Silver Badges but also a range of maths, history and STEM awards were awarded today. What a talented bunch!

Watch out for the Bronze and Silver badges being worn with #Pride on blazers.

Well done to over a third of the year group who achieved their badges in the first half term. #TheseKidsCan

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Year 9 Achievement

Monday saw our first assembly celebrating achievement points and it was fabulous! We were delighted to not only be awarding Bronze certificates but also some silver ones. Students will receive a FastPass for lunch and are entered into the Voucher reward draw. Over a third of the year group achieved the Bronze Award!

#Proud #TheseKidsCan

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To mark Remembrance the History department organised a series of events to commemorate the sacrifices made by our Armed Forces today and in the past. Our school community has numerous personal connections to the Armed Forces and this year we aimed to involve as many staff and students as possible in the act of Remembrance.

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6th Form Open Evening

On Thursday 9th November we held our annual Sixth Form open evening. The school looked spectacular as departments showed off the subjects that they offer and the rich variety of skills and knowledge that our students learn along the way. From the magnificent works of art on display to the experiments run by the Psychology Department, it truly was a fantastic event. Who can forget the jelly baby wave machine!

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STEM Lego Challenge

On Monday 13th November a group of our year 9 students took part in a robotics workshop at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester. The group of students were mainly members of the STEM club and are all interested in STEM related careers.

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National Poetry Day

To celebrate National Poetry day on the 28th of September 2017, our Year 7 and Year 8 students took part in a range of poetry events relating to this year’s theme of ‘Freedom’. Students were asked to engage with the theme by reading and exploring a selection of ‘Freedom’ poems which then inspired them to write their own.  

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