As we approach the Christmas holidays we would like to give you advance notice of our intention to close early on Thursday 21 st December 2017. Read more
Last night 12 musicians from Y10 and Y11 visited RCAT to watch the first year L3 BTEC Music students perform their first show, ‘A Story of Motown’. The pupils were a credit to Clifton, and really enjoyed watching musicians in the next stage of their musical studies. We also had the pleasure of seeing some ex-Clifton musicians performing on stage! Pupils also had a talk from Music staff at RCAT about the L3 BTEC courses on offer to raise their aspirations.
A brilliant night, and we are looking forward to going to more shows in the future!
Congratulations to the new ‘Superior Students of the Week’ in English!
These students have shown consistent effort and enthusiasm in English lessons this week. They have involved themselves in class discussions and are working hard to reach their target grades. Well done everyone!
Mrs Mather: Dylan Parker 11.3 Kristen Sneddon 11.3
Miss Pyott: Kashif Hussain 8.1 Megan Grimstone 10.6
Miss Foster: David Zupko 7.6 Shohaib Shafia 10.6
Miss Wilkinson: Abigail Johnson 9.4 Jack Johnson 11.1
Miss Allison: Abigail Foord 7.6 Gul Yshak 10.6
Miss St. Pierre: Logan Billen 7.1 Molly Burgin 10.2
Miss Stephen: Ndumbey Dibba 8.2 Yasmin Saleh 11.3
Mrs Purshouse: Nikola Bila 8.3 Gloria Horvat 11.5
On Thursday, thirty Y8 students visited ‘The Olive Lounge’ in Wickersley as part of their module on Spanish food.
The students were extremely well behaved and were a credit to Clifton. The waiters called out the dishes in Spanish and the students were very enthusiastic about using Spanish to order further dishes (and ask for the dessert menu!).
A really great afternoon was had by all involved. The students returned very excited by the experience!
A group of 20 students from Y9 and Y10 have been selected to be part of the US in Schools programme, led by Sheffield University. This will involve them having a weekly session with their University Mentor in school throughout this year. Students have been selected based on their academic success, with them all having grades that show they are capable of attending university in the future. Throughout the year, the programme will enable them to understand the opportunities available to them in later life and break any misconceptions they have about whether they can attend university.
Part of the programme involved attended a mentoring day at Sheffield University, where they took part in various challenges, winning prizes for most creative ideas, and were shown around by their University Mentors in order to get an insight into University life in Sheffield. A great day was had by all; our students were a credit to Clifton and their families. Well done Mentees of 2017/18 – keep up the excellent attitude to learning and you will go far!
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