Seniors are holding a mock election today, alongside the general election. In their assembly this morning they filed past voting stations to vote and put their ballot papers in the ballot box for counting. We look forward to announcing the winner tomorrow (Friday) morning! Our mock election started three weeks ago. Mr Burden explained the […]
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Year 7 and Year 8 pupils spent a wonderful day at the British Museum exploring their major Autumn exhibition: Troy, Myth and Reality. The galleries are full of stunning art, artefacts and sculpture which tell the story and reflect changing responses to the great Trojan War through the ages. Having examined The Origins of the […]
Heritage is thrilled to have had work chosen for this exciting exhibition showing in The Octagon Gallery of The Fitzwilliam Museum, from 10 December 2019 – 22 March 2020. The museum invited local schools across Cambridgeshire to respond creatively to one painting, Cupid and Psyche by Jacopo del Sellaio. Led by Mrs Robertson, Heritage pupils […]
Infant and Junior pupils took part in an Environment Awareness Day. The purpose of the day was for the children to have a chance to think about the wonderful world we live in and how we can all be part of a mission to take care of it. School Council decided that for one day […]
As the strains of Widor’s Toccata thundered through Panton Hall, Year 8 embarked on the performance of their lives. Taking on Shakespeare’s classic comedy, ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ was a demanding challenge, with some characters having to learn pages of 400-year-old English wit. Who can forget the horror of the wedding scene, where Claudio (Ben […]