WC 4th July is Personal Development Week at Wickersley Partnership Trust. All WPT secondary school students will be learning about ways that they can develop themselves to prepare them for the ever changing world that we live in. The sessions will be delivered using 5 key themes and will form part of the thematic and […]
Last week Y9 Geographers had the opportunity to put their classroom-taught theory into practice along the Holderness Coast. The students worked hard and rose to the challenge of completing off-site fieldwork, something extremely new to them. They also loved the bonus fish and chips!
During Art & Photography lessons at Rawmarsh students celebrated the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee by creating their own stamps. Some students chose to illustrate their own ideas and other students created digital stamps using paper cut outs by placing over computer screens. Fantastic effort and really creative outcomes. Well done, Rawmarsh!
This half term’s enrichment grid is aimed at equality Why not see how many of these activities you can do! Don’t forget to send pictures to Mrs Hawkridge for CFPs and recognition.
On Wednesday 18th May Y10 student, Brooke, attended an awards evening at the University of Sheffield. She received the Y10 School Physicist of the Year Award from The Ogden Trust for her outstanding attitude and natural ability in Physics. Her commitment is infectious to all around her and she is a true credit to her […]
On Wednesday 18th May the students who had participated in US in Schools Mentoring programme attended a graduation event at the University of Sheffield. The evening was a chance to reflect on their experience of and engagement with mentoring and to celebrate their success as part of the programme and what they have achieved with their […]
Some of our Y10 students have recently completed their Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award qualifying expeditions. These included three days of walking and two nights camping in the Peak District. Day 1 included walking from near Hayfield, across South Head, then along Rushup Edge to Mam Tor, with a camp in the Edale Valley. Day […]
In response to national and international situations, events, or disasters, we have introduced an active citizens day. Our curriculum is enriched by a strong ethos based on respect for ourselves and others, equality, and opportunities to develop deep and sustained engagement and give students the capability to think deeply and critically for themselves. We are […]
The Rawmarsh School climbing club recently had a day out climbing in the Peak District. This was to give the students the chance to experience outdoor climbing after developing their skills on our indoor climbing wall. Students from Y7-11 had perfect weather to tackle the gritstone routes at Burbage North. They all rose to the […]
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