Congratulations to the following forms who won their year group’s May Attendance Awards!
For the Year 8 Rotherham Schools Rounders Tournament, we played seven schools: Wickersley, Dinnington, Wingfield, Wath, Thrybergh, St Bernards and Oakwood.
Our team was made up of 11 people: Charlie, Naomi, Safiyyah, Marie, Courtney, Danika, Alisha, Molly, Lauren, Jessica and Kenady.
Our first match was against Oakwood school and we won! Our second was against St Bernards and we also won that match.
The third martch was against Dinnington and unfortunately we lost this 3 ½ – 3 – which was a very close game.
Fourth we played Thrybergh and we drew 3 ½ each. The fifth match was very intense as we were up against Wickersley and unfortunately we lost that match 6 ½- 3.
Our initial winning streak appeared to be over and in the end we lost our final two matches against Wath and Wingfield.
The player of the tournament was Marie and this was very well deserved – Well done Marie!
On Friday 23rd May 2014, Year 7 students were treated to a motivational workshop with Sky Sports ‘Living for Sports’ Mentor, Paul Broadbent.
Year 11 pupils have raised £178 for Bluebell Wood by putting on a concert as part of their BTEC Music course.
On Wednesday 5th March, Year 9 students at Clifton Community School participated in an afternoon drumming workshop with Jeff Rich, the drummer from Status Quo!
The inspirational event provided students with an insight into the music Industry and took them through a historical tour of the development of the drum kit.
Students were invited to perform with Jeff as part of the workshop and several drum students had the chance to perform on Jeff’s personal drum kit.
All Year 9 students that took part will receive a postcard home with Jeff’s autograph, whilst students who performed will get the autographed postcard with their personal performance photograph on the front!
Hannah, a pupil at Clifton School, aged 15 and Nicholas, aged 14 have been dancing together for 7 weeks. They train together regularly 8-9 hours a week and are trained by Jackie Conway, Dale Bennett and Kevin Allcott. They travel between Sheffield and Birmingham for lessons and practices.
Both Hannah and Nicholas have competed in competitions all over the UK, including Blackpool Winter Gardens, with previous partners making regular finals.
During the Year 7 Kingswood residential, students completed literacy workshops to create their own imaginary communities. They used their community to write creative and descriptive scripts which they went on to perform and turn into their very own spooky films!
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