Q3 Academy student Lewis Bradbury picked up his GCSE results today gaining an impressive 7As and 4Bs. That is not the only reason why this young man is celebrating, as he has a long list of sporting accomplishments during this past year alone whilst he has been revising and sitting for his exams.
Q3 Academy would like to wish all the best to our GCSE students who will be collecting their exam results. They will be available at 9am on Thursday 20th August from Reception. Exam results should be collected by the student in person, if somebody else is collecting them on behalf then prior arrangements must be made by email with the Exams Officer.
Q3 Academy would like to wish all the best to our Sixth Form students who will be collecting their exam results. They will be available at 9am on Thursday 13th August from Reception. Exam results should be collected by the student in person, if somebody else is collecting them on behalf then prior arrangements must be made by email with the Exams Officer.
Do you have a bike in the shed or garage that hasn`t been used for some time or you stopped using the bike because of a puncture? Brakes sticking, strange squeaking? Bring your bike to have a safety check and get advice on any major problems.
The guest speaker at the 2015 Bright Stars Award ceremony was Paralympic and Commonwealth guide runner, Mikail Huggins. Mikail is a guide for 25 year old athlete Libby Clegg who has a very rare condition called Stargardt disease. She has no central vision and only peripheral sight in her left eye, so can only see things at the side. Mikail runs alongside Libby connected by a wrist band.
On Wednesday 3rd June, the day arrived when our Blue Tit chicks flew the nest. We noticed that the bird box was looking a little empty compared to its usual busy hive of activity. On the off-chance that they’d be leaving soon, Mr Garfield had brought his camera in, just in case, to capture the moment when the birds flew the nest.
Q3 students are to take part in a charity competition to design a school for children in Northern Uganda. A team of budding architects will be put together to help design and plan a potential new building using natural resources from the surrounding Parabongo area.
A few weeks ago we reported the arrival of our latest arrivals at the Academy, a family of Blue Tits in our specially designed birdbox. Since then, 7 out of 9 eggs have hatched and we’ve been lucky enough to watch them grow rapidly over the last few weeks or so.
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