Tuesday 12 June 2018

FCE 2018

Once again a group of 4th of ESO students have taken the First Certificate Examination (B2). They are brilliant candidates who have been hard-working and committed. We all hope they pass it.

Why do we encourage our students to take the FCE?
  • ·        Because you gain a deeper understanding of English.
  • ·        Because it is recognised by the majority of universities.
  • ·        Because it boosts your CV.
  • ·        Because students get a wonderful sense of satisfaction.

And why not continue all the way to the Cambridge Advanced Exam?


1st & 2nd ESO – CINEMA WEEK

It’s our last week at school and 1st and 2nd ESO are going to CIC Via Augusta to see Everything, Everything, a romantic drama based on Nicola Yoon's YA best-selling novel about Maddy Whittier, a teenage girl with a severe auto-immune disorder who falls in love with her new neighbour, Olly Bright. It’s a teen romance turning boy-meets-girl into a life-or-death crisis.

Thursday 12 April 2018


creating ADS

1st and 2nd ESO students are creating ads in groups, some are a social issue campaign whilst others are commercials on specific products. It is amazing to see them work and how they get their clips done. 

Wednesday 21 March 2018


A powerfully affecting and unusual view of the Holocaust

3rd ESO has seen The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, based on John Boyne's novel. This film shows the Holocaust through the uncomprehending eyes of a child – eight-year-old Bruno, whose Nazi officer father moves with his family to a new home near a concentration camp. Bruno perceives this as a farm, and befriends a Jewish boy Shmuel with devastating consequences.

Monday 19 March 2018


A witty, unusual, original and thought-provoking film

4th ESO has seen Captain Fantastic, a film about six brothers and sisters, aged seven to 18, who have been raised to fend, fight, and think for themselves in the woods. However, the family is forced by circumstances to reintegrate into society after living in isolation for a decade.