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Bake sale to support cheerleaders

  • Posted On: 21 January 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Bake sale to support cheerleaders

Jessie Hankin, in Year 8, is doing a bake sale, during break times, on 24th January.  Jessie is one of seven Richmond School students who is heading off to Atlanta in February for the highly-regarded international Cheer sport competition. 

You can also support the cheerleaders when you are shopping at Tesco, where they are a nominated beneficiary in Tesco’s Bags of Help appeal.  The money raised will go towards new equipment and uniforms.


Dancers learn from top professionals

  • Posted On: 17 January 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Dancers learn from top professionals

Our Year 10 and 11 GCSE Dance students took part in a three-hour workshop with two professional dancers from Phoenix Dance Theatre and James Cousins Company.

The workshop was offered to develop the students' knowledge of the professional work 'Within Her Eyes' which is one of the dance works that students investigate and analyse as part of their GCSE dance course. Working with the professional dancers gave students an insight into key movement material used within the performance and practically explore it for themselves. 


Free training course - Protecting Your Child's Identity Online

  • Posted On: 16 January 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Free training course - Protecting Your Child's Identity Online

A free one-hour course about protecting your child’s identity is available to parents at 17:30 at Catterick Library on Tuesday 11th February and Northallerton LibrA free one-hour course about protecting your child’s identity is available to parents at 17:30 at Catterick Library on Tuesday 11th February and Northallerton Library on 13th February.

The course is designed for parents and carers of secondary school children to give a better understanding of what your child is likely to be accessing online and how you can ensure they are safe.  


Headteacher’s Values Award winner: Charlotte Addison

  • Posted On: 16 January 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Headteacher’s Values Award winner: Charlotte Addison

The Headteacher’s Values Award was presented to Charlotte Addison, Year 12 student. Charlotte was nominated by Mr Henderson who said: “I would like to nominate Charlotte Addison for her resilience, creativity, excellence and teamwork.  She recently joined us from SFX and from the outset has shown a great attitude and because of this her transition to Sixth Form has been extremely successful."


Eve’s head shave raises over £800 for Dementia UK

  • Posted On: 15 January 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Eve’s head shave raises over £800 for Dementia UK

A kind-hearted student has raised over £800 for Dementia UK by having her head shaved.  Eve Walker, a Year 13 has been volunteering at Nightingale Home since doing her work experience at the care home in the summer.  She enjoys helping with a number of activities at the home, such as playing games as well as helping to run a choir, all of which bring enormous delight to the residents.  Eve is aware of how dementia affects those living with the condition as well as their families, and decided to raise some money to support the Dementia UK charity.


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