We are tremendously proud of Clifton student Emily who plays for the Great British Junior Roller Hockey Team. Goalkeeper Emily helped the British team achieve an impressive third place at the World Junior Roller Women’s Roller Hockey Tournament in Toulouse! Well done Emily!
GCSE Art students created a fantastic exhibition-style display for the visiting AQA moderator. They showcased their amazing GCSE Art and Design coursework, an accumulation of over 2 years of work. The huge range of creative and skilful drawings, paintings, prints, textiles pieces, ceramics and 3D sculptures impressed our visitor and all of those who got chance to walk around the mini exhibition. A massive well done to all of our talented year 11 art students; we are so proud of your achievements!
A huge congratulations to the following students who have all won ‘Student of the Week’ for their year groups!
YEAR 7: Congratulations to Ellie-Mae who won for exceptional effort across all subjects. She has made a great start at Clifton and has been nominated to be a learning leader.
YEAR 8: Well done to Hasan who is ‘Student of the Week’ for Year 8 for showing excellent effort, determination and attainment to score the highest points on the Head Of Year report.
YEAR 9: Naomi was named ‘Student of the Week’ for Year 9 for excellent effort across all subjects
YEAR 10: Congratulations to Ugne Peseckaite who won for showing resilience and confidence by singing at the summer concert in front of a live audience.
YEAR 11: Kieran was named ‘Student of the Week’ for exceptional effort in English and for gaining top marks in his work.
Well done to all!
Students from Clifton Community School took part in a research project at the University of Sheffield. The group met in the school holidays to reflect on things that are important to them but also to explore culture, stories and art.
The group planned and organised an exhibition of their work, showcasing images, photos, textile bunting and film, which was attended by the university’s top academics.
The students also took turns showing visitors around the exhibition and answering questions about their work as well as their lives, culture and perceptions of learning and university.
Clifton Community School hosted their 17th Annual Sports Awards Evening on June 25th with special guest Andy Warrington; the former Rotherham United goalkeeper. The evening was a great success and thoroughly enjoyed by staff and students alike.
Sports personality winners were:
Year 7: Josh Woodcock and Maddie Oliver
Year 8: Said Jamal and Charlie Marshall
Year 9: Stephen Botham and Chloe Banks
Year 10: Conor Gregg and Lucy Machin
It has been a successful sporting year for students at Clifton with many highlights for the students and staff to be proud of. Most notably our Y9 cricket team became Rotherham Schools Champions after winning a thrilling final at Clifton Lane last summer term.
Other notable achievements this year have been;
Josh Schofield—South Yorkshire Rugby Union U15
Elton Tshuma – Rotherham Schools Athletics Team
Lucy Machin – Rotherham Schools Athletics Team
Lewis Murr—Rotherham Utd Football Academy
Josh Woodcock – Rotherham Utd Football Academy
Lewis McMichael – Scunthorpe Utd Football Academy
Emily Oxley – GB International Roller Hockey.
Y8 Boys Indoor Athletics Team – Qualified for South Yorkshire Championships.
Congratulations to all for these outstanding achievements.
Chol Theatre’s Imaginary Communities project welcomed a group of 20 students from Bahrain who travelled to the UK with the ‘BLC Language School’. The students worked with Chol Theatre for a week in West Yorkshire, devising, scripting and shooting their very own film. The students were keen to visit South Yorkshire and meet some of the students from Clifton School who also worked closely with Chol Theatre on a residential during Easter this year.
The students met the Y11’s and shared their experiences over lunch. In the afternoon the students were given a tour around the school and joined in with some English lessons to get a real feel of school life at Clifton. The students were impressed with the facilities in the school and enjoyed talking to the Y11’s who were incredibly friendly and welcoming.
Following a decision taken at the Cabinet meeting of 19th June 2013, the price of a student meal is to rise by 5p from 1st September 2014.
Following the price freeze in 2013 the price of a paid Secondary School Meal remains exceptional value at £2.10 for a healthy two course freshly prepared meal.
The full list of a meal price will be:
Paid Pupil Meal £2.10 (Full Meal, Meal Deal Price)
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