Due to technical issues with our new management information system which went live Monday 24 Feb, we are currently unable to send out, as promised, the text message advising you of your child's student absence reporting number. We hope to be able to do this tomorrow, Tuesday 25 February. If your child is absent from school before you receive this text, please phone our main reception on 01278 455531 before 8.40 am and leave a message. Thank you for your cooperation.
STUDENT ABSENCE LINE - if you child is absent from school, please TEXT 07860 095106
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The Smallpiece Trust paid a visit to some of our Year 9 and Year 10 students last week when they took part in a STEM day. The students worked in teams of 5/6 and were set the challenge of designing a prototype Water Collection system that filters incoming water, indicates when the tank is full, and pumps water to where it is needed. They were then assessed on their design, the overall cost of the end product, the quality and accuracy of the build and whether or not the design could filter water without any leaks, could indicate when the tank is full and could pump water to where it is needed. They then had to work in their teams and prepare a presenation on their product. This presentation had to include a team name, product name, product spec, final drawing of design, product features and benefits, why someone should invest in their product, how much they are selling it for and how much profit they would make. This STEM day allowed students to learn more about STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) and get a hands on experience of working in those STEM subjects, allowing students to recognise the value of understanding how these subjects impact on their everyday lives and will contribute to their future career success.