An 11-16 Academy
The whole of year 11 has been booked in to the Suffolk Skills Show in Ipswich on October 21st 2015. This event is the largest and most comprehensive careers show in the county. We hope that year 11 students will be inspired to new heights, thoroughly informed or that their original aspirations will be confirmed by this visit.
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Post 16 evening at SHS
The annual careers event for Years 10 and 11 was held on 10 October. Around 160 pupils and parents attended to talk to the 21 different organisations represented.
The ‘next stage’ can be a daunting prospect made more apparent by the changing school leaving age. From September 2013 all pupils must stay in education or training until at least 17 years and from 2014 it will be 18 years. Most pupils do this already and as college courses and…Continue
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The four year 9 pupils: Sommer, Andrew, Lee and Charlie arrived at Minsmere RSPB site at 9.00am along with 16 others from the three partnership schools (Bungay, Leiston, Beccles). The day was divided up into a carrousel of activities which included: baking scones in the café kitchen; asking questions of visitors in the shop about their purchases, giving out information about specific items (the bird feeders), making up models for display and many other interesting things. At the end of the…Continue
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10th OCTOBER - 7.00pm-8.30pm
We now have 21 'stands' signed up for our annual careers or Post 16 event. This is aimed at year 10 & 11 along with parents and is a very good opportunity for you to see, all in one place, the complete range of options for post 16 education and training. They are:
Thomas Mills, Hartismere, Bungay
West Suffolk College - Bury, Suffolk New College - Ipswich, University…Continue
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Fifteen would-be undergraduates joined other schools from the region to sample what UEA might have to offer after sixth form.
The day was extraordinarily well organised, each group of pupils had two minders (ambassadors) who were all current students. Each of our pupils had chosen three workshops to join, where they mixed with other schools and their temporary passes were pre-printed with those details – so no-one could get it wrong.
Said Jacob Cleverly “… the workshops…Continue
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