Schools’ Climate Action day This week was also Children’s Mental Health week. Mrs Patria arranged for Kooth; an online counselling and wellbeing platform to show pupils where they can access mental health support.  During the week, pupils have taken part in tutorial sessions, including ‘Self-care’ and ‘mindfulness’ activities as part of their Science lessons, helping them explore strategies […]

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Y5 & 6 poems

This week Years 5 & 6 have been looking at poetry; the children were tasked to write their own animal poem. We looked at many examples of poems, both long and short, rhyming, and free verse. Once written, they illustrated their work to spectacular effect.

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Murder Most Foul

Thursday, 25th November proved to be a memorable day at Pattison College Senior School. For the pupils not involved in the trip to see ‘Mama Mia’ in London, Mrs Patria and Mrs Carson devised a cross-curricular project for the remaining dozen or so Years 7 to 10 pupils, and which also involved the Staff assuming some

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Student Workshop

Student Workshop On Tuesday, we held an Open Day workshop for pupils looking to stay on post-16 and gain dance, musical theatre, drama and teaching qualifications. Open to potential outside students, and our Year 11 and Year 10 pupils, they all had an amazingly creative morning, having workshops on dance, singing and acting. From comments

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Harvest Festival

Harvest Festival On Tuesday, we had our Harvest Festival assembly for the whole school. We welcomed Reverends Claire and Dan from our local church, Stoke St. Michael’s, who led the assembly with a lovely adaptation of The Hungry Caterpillar. The choir sang, “we plough the fields and scatter”, the traditional harvest hymn and everyone reflected

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Good To Grow

Good To Grow Mrs Patria has registered our school for the Morrisons Good To Grow scheme.  The deadline for collecting tokens is 24 October. For us to benefit from the scheme, parents need to use the MyMorrisons App or a MyMorrisons card. Scan your physical or digital MyMorrisons card every time you shop or link it to

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Newsletter Number 10

Newsletter Number 10 Congratulations to Grace (Y11)  who on Saturday attended the IDTA Theatre Dance Awards in Manchester at The Royal Northern College of Music. She was nominated to attend for the second year running after recently taking her Grade 5 Ballet examination. Grace was shortlisted into the final group today from an original starting

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