A group of twenty-seven Year 9 students attended Sheffield University on Monday for a tour of the campus and a study skills session. They were accompanied by Student Ambassadors, who gave a true insight into University life during a tour of the campus buildings.
Time was allowed in the Student Union, where our students could find out about the extracurricular opportunities at Sheffield University as well as visit the many food outlets and soak up the atmosphere – leading to most of our students having a newfound desire to be an undergraduate in the future.
Let’s go back to a time where everyone’s heartthrob was Kevin Bacon, TVs were a piece of furniture in your living room and The Walkman was the coolest thing…ever.
Mobile phones were HUGE, hair was massive, and The A-Team were bigger than One Direction.
Let’s go back to a time when Donald Trump had his own hair, back to a time before iPads and back to a time where you WERE gonna call the Ghostbusters…and they were men.
Let’s go back….Back to the 80s!
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Twenty-six Year 10 students from Clifton were selected to attend Sheffield University on Monday for a tour of the campus and a study skills session.
During the day, the group were accompanied by University Student Ambassadors who were available to give a true insight into University life and answer any questions asked of them, of which there were plenty!
Our students had free time to mingle in the Student Union, experiencing students study, relax and socialise, and managed to conduct themselves exceptionally well when visiting areas where exams were taking place.
An excellent day was enjoyed by all, thanks to the outstanding behaviour and maturity of our students.
On Friday 27th January one of our talented Year 8 singers, Vaniya Farooq, was invited to perform at the Holocaust Memorial Day in All Saints Square. Attended by local dignitaries and the community, Vaniya performed beautifully at this prestigious event, bringing a tear to the eye of people watching. Jane Cardie, organiser of the event and School Governor, said ‘Vaniya did the school proud, we were honoured to have her sing at the event ‘.
The Y11 hospitality pupils planned, prepared, cooked and served a three-course meal as part of their GCSE practical assignment. The evening was held on Thursday 12th January at 6:00 pm.
The invited guest’s including parents and teachers enjoyed a meal of tomato and basil soup, beef casserole with duchess potatoes and steamed broccoli as well as a trio of desserts (mini pavlova, chocolate tart and lemon cheesecake) followed by tea and coffee. They were treated to music from music
They were also treated to some fantastic music from some of the music students during the meal.
Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the entire evening.
The evening was fab from start to finish. The mood was relaxed, the food was divine and the music was sensational. For students to produce such an evening was amazing. – Miss Hamilton
Food fantastic. Service brilliant. – Mr Hall
Thoroughly enjoyable evening. Very professional from start to finish with warm and welcoming service. Great grub too! – Mr Butterell
It was an outstanding display of culinary skill and professionalism from all the students involved. – Mrs Webster
It was a fantastic meal. The music accompaniment was just toned right. The food and service were exceptional and the students had impeccable manners. – Mrs Kincaid
I was an extremely enjoyable evening: VERY good food, served with pride and care, in a lovely atmosphere with mood music throughout. My wife and I had a thoroughly good time. All testament to the expertise of staff and students alike. As always, Clifton kids shine through! – Mr Hudson
To view all the photos from the evening visit our facebook page.
Since launching the Music Leaders scheme in September several other musicians have been keen to receive the award. Joe Woods and Elliott Duke, both in Y9 and members of The Astros, have now proven themselves to be excellent musicians worthy of being Music Leaders and received their badges this week. Well done!
Year 9 Parents and Options Evening will take place on Thursday 2nd February at 4.00 pm – 7.00 pm.
This evening is an opportunity for you to meet with subject teachers to discuss the progress of students.
Students should make appointments to see staff in English, Maths and Science. Staff from all of the options subjects will be on hand on the evening to discuss option choices.
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