Another sporting achievement for Q3 Academy student Lewis Bradbury, who battled his way to be awarded the Bronze medal for his efforts at the Yorkshire Open Karate Championships. Under WKF rules the event itself was of a high standard and Lewis was able to compete against 16-17 year olds and hold his own. It was the first outing for him in this category since turning 16.
A group of year 7 students have shown their entrepreneurial skills, as they set up their own small businesses. They started the process in September, by writing a detailed business plan for the attention of Peter Jones; he loved their ideas and offered them funds to help with the set-up costs.
[list type=”bullet”]The Arts charity event has been months in the making, a big thank you to all the Staff and students that took part, it was a huge success. A variety of activities were undertaken including: a sponsored silence, selling a variety of items, sweets, cookies books, valentines cards and hot drinks.
Sessions have been held to support parents for our students in all year groups through a series of ‘Support your child at home’ workshops. The sessions have been delivered by the senior team and have aimed to give resources and techniques to aid the support of revision at home.
On Monday 26th January the Academy was closed for the day as we welcomed renowned teacher Jim Smith. He led a day’s training taking staff through his repertoire to encourage students to “learn more when you teach less,” in order that we empower our students to learn collaboratively, make decisions and solve problems.
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