Rossett News Update – 9 March 2018

Harrogate Competitive Festival for Music, Speech and Drama

We are delighted to report that Rossett won two trophies at the Harrogate Competitive Festival last weekend.  Congratulations to:

Rossett School Saxophone Quartet who were placed 1st of 3 and were awarded Distinction

(Katie Anderson, Sam Gilmartin, Cameron Rennison, Leah Waddington)

Rossett School Saxophonix who were placed 1st of 4 and awarded Honours – the first of the festival and the highest accolade

(Katie Anderson, Chloe Ramsay, Niamh Cunningham, Sam Gilmartin, Emily Cawthorne, Lauren Edwards, Amy Potter, Alvie O’Brien, Cameron Rennison, Tashi Lewis, Caitlin Cunningham, Leah Waddington)

Rossett School Clarinet Choir who were placed 2nd of 4 and were awarded Commendation

(Caitlin Cunningham, Sam Gilmartin, Leah Waddington, Thomas Hawkins, Freya Prince, Tashi Lewis)

Reading Project

For the next four weeks, ten of our Year 9 students will be visiting Saltergate Junior School with Mrs Brown to help Year 5 students with their reading.  This is an excellent project for our students to be involved in – thank you to Kris Shori, Cleo Vine, James Loble, Vaani Sagoo, Jay Dodsworth, Kaitlin Mills, Niamh Cunningham, Tom Muir, Alicia Williamson, Matthew Tipler.

Leeds Apprenticeship Fair

On Monday some of our Sixth Form students attended the Leeds Apprenticeship Fair at the First Direct Arena in Leeds.  This is the largest Fair in the North of the country and hosted over 100 national and regional employers from a range of sectors.  Employers offered a range of information to students including advice on the types of apprenticeships they offer, including the new degree apprenticeships and information on the recruitment process involved.  This has been a valuable opportunity for Year 13 students to explore apprenticeship opportunities post A Level.

A Level Geography Field Trip

Year 12 Geographers returned yesterday from a successful few days visiting the Holderness Coast.   We could not believe our luck with the weather which allowed for three days of intense data collection and revision of coastal processes. Students found the trip both enjoyable and beneficial and are now in a good position to prepare for their AS exam and write up their independent study. I would like to thank them all for their fantastic attitudes and behaviour.

What’s happening next week …

Wednesday 14 March

Thursday 15 March

Saturday 17 March

Ms Woodcock