- Director of Key Stage 4: Mrs J Steriopulos
- Deputy Director of Key Stage 4: Miss N Arthur
- Pastoral Support: Mrs K Redmayne
Key Stage 4 students celebrated International Women’s Day by writing tweets about an individual woman’s career that they have researched, in line with this year’s theme ‘#BeBoldForChange’.
Here are some examples of what the students wrote:
@BenazirBhutto. First woman to lead a Muslim majority nation, during her leadership she ended military dictatorship. #WomensRights
@AnneFrank. Jewish girl who was in hiding in Germany for 2 years. #Brave #2yearsinhiding #inspirationalwomen
@MalalaYousafzai. Campaigning for what she believed to be right for girls. #courage #fightforgirlstobeeducated #NobelPrize
@AmeliaEarhart. First woman to fly solo across the Atlantic. She said “Women must try to do things as men have tried”. #That’sbrave #Femaleaviator
@RosaParks. American civil rights activist and the mother of the freedom movement. #Firstladyofcivilrights #girlpower
@AudreyHepburn. The most important thing is to enjoy your life – to be happy – that’s all that matters. #UNICEFAmbassador. #Settinggoodexamplesforwomen.
@PrincessDiana. She did loads of charity work. #Eradicateaids #leprosymission
Year 11 - Careers Assembly - Thursday 3rd November 2016
Andrew McKinley, Careers Adviser, delivered a very interesting assembly to students in Year 11 on the morning of Thursday 3rd November.
He talked to them about different pathways post 16, gave interesting advice and guidance about how to choose their future pathway and possibly career, and informed the students about useful websites which they can look at. He also told them where the Careers Service is located.
Here are some of the websites that he advised the students to browse: