Y7 Students have had a tour of Durham Castle, looking at Norman features as well as Durhams geographical advantages for castle building in the Medieval period alongside learning about Norman coinage, weaponry and the history of the Prince Bishops.
In memory and respect to Bradley Lowery, our own student Stephen Thompson and all children who are fighting against illness, we will be holding a 1-minute silence today at 11 am. This will be followed by a whole Federation charity event next Friday when all students will be invited to share their kind thoughts and reflections as a community. If you are able to contribute a donation to this appeal please send 50p (or more if you are able to give it) into school with your child next week. Our sincerest thoughts are with all families affected by this. Thank you.
The Fourth Monkey
Superbly constructed and immaculately paced’ – The Daily Mail
Brilliant. Complicated. Psychopath.
That’s the Four Monkey Killer or ‘4MK’. A murderer with a twisted vision and absolutely no mercy.
Detective Sam Porter has hunted him for five long years, the recipient of box after box of grisly trinkets carved from the bodies of 4MK’s victims.
But now Porter has learnt the killer’s twisted history and is racing to do the seemingly impossible – find 4MK’s latest victim before it’s too late…
For one day only get all the tastes of America in the diner as we go all American for one day only!
The Year 7 Federation 5 a side Football team played at Belmont school this week in the 1st round of the County Cup. The indoor version of the game is a very quick form of football with quick decisions and nimble footwork an essential skill. The Fed team played really well in all their games and showed fantastic sporting behaviour and attitude – a real credit to their College. Overall they finished in 2nd place – Congratulations.