RSL Music Performance Exam

Y11 Will be performing as part of their final exam, as part of the exam criteria, learners must perform in front of an audience. We would love your support and to showcase the amazing work our pupils do!

The concerts will span over two days and are in four parts. A full running order will be published so you can come and see your children and friends perform and support them.

Tickets are free for this event. If you wish to make a contribution on the night, money raised will go towards providing equipment for future pupils to continue to expand their skills in the music department.

Your support is very much appreciated, Shows on both nights will be at 3:30-5:00 and 6:30-8:00. We hope to see you there.

Tickets:

otallent@cliftonschool.org
wbarrows@cliftonschool.org
dgriffin@cliftonschool.org

Maths Loyalty Card Challenge

Wickersley Sixth Form Taster Day

Useful E-Safety Tips For Parents

Get to grips with what they may come across on the internet and how to get help if you need it. Also find out what to do if you’re worried about anything you or your child has seen online.

As children between the ages of 11 and 13 make the transition to a more independent stage with the move to secondary school, they become more confident internet users with more varied habits. Internet use can be hugely positive for children, but it’s vital to continue discussing online safety with them.

As your child becomes a teenager, it’s likely the internet will be a part of their daily life. They’ll adapt quickly to new technology and use it to communicate, socialise and create. Most teenagers have access to the internet using a smartphone or tablet, and use a wide range of social networking sites as a vital part of their relationships with others.

Click here for more information.

Engineering Apprenticeships Available With NetworkRail

Network Rail are still accepting applications to their award-winning Level 3 Engineering apprenticeship scheme.

Want to know what it’s like? Here is Jessica talking about her experience as an apprentice specialising in the electrification and plant discipline.  

Don’t delay! We will be closing down the chance to apply once we receive enough applications.

Click here to apply.

Get Up To Speed With Stem

The Event
For employers:
Showcasing the sector and career opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Manufacturing. Driven by employers, Get up to Speed is a highly interactive event showcasing the breadth and diversity of the sector and future technologies. It is an ideal platform to bring employers together to promote and celebrate the sector’s success.

For young people and influencers of young people:
Introducing, Inspiring, Informing and Interacting with Science, Technology, Engineering and Manufacturing. Linking the curriculum to real life experiences and exploring the diverse range of opportunities and pathways available in a stimulating, fun and interactive way. Contributing to Gatsby benchmarks 4, 5 and 6.

Click here to view the full flyer.

Spelling Bee Stars

On Thursday 14th February 2019 our year 7 Spelling Bee class winners took part in the school competition in which they had to translate and spell as many words in Spanish in one minute in front of peers and some parents.
At the start of the week students struggled to spell hardly any of the words and with lots of encouragement and practise at breaks and after school and all I can say is they have really pulled it out of the hat!!! They did exceptionally well and all gave it a really great go. Their determination to turn it around has amazed us!
Our top three winners will now go onto represent the school at Sheffield Hallam University in April.
Well done to everyone who took part, excellent work by all!
Inderpreet S 1st place   
Eman A 2nd place
Zaynab H 3rd place
Mushtaba N
Mohja I
Danielle K
Dawid R
Lorena M
Simona J
Sohear F
Shazmeen R

Year 10 Scholars Programme – Brilliant Club

A small group of our year 10’s have completed The Brilliant Club Scholars Programme.  The programme involved 6 tutorials from a PhD student form the University of Sheffield.  All students involved had to submit a 2000 word assignment based on their subject which was ‘From curing cancer to designer babies: bioethics of gene editing’ – wow!
On Thursday 7th February Mrs Baldwin and Miss Sellers had the pleasure in taking the students to their graduation evening.  Kristian Horvath, who was also involved unfortunately couldn’t attend the evening.