Year 10 pupils get top tips from leading scientists for their Science GCSEs by Ibukun O. (Year 10) GCSE Science Live took place on 1st March. It was a relaxed experience where Year 10 pupils were able to hear from different scientists and be educated on their area of expertise. When hearing about how weird […]
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Please support House Franklin’s chosen charity, Cancer Research UK, by joining in the many school activities which are taking place during January & February This half term, House Franklin is supporting Cancer Research UK, a charity whose mission is to prevent, control and cure cancer through ground-breaking research. Most of us have been or will […]
Abbie’s appeal for her next Swimathon in aid of Cancer Research UK & Marie Curie My name is Abbie and I am in Year 7 (Franklin House). I swim for Hatfield Swimming Club and started swimming when I was 7 years old. In 2017 I saw The Swimathon Challenge advertised and decided I wanted to […]
Pupils enjoyed festive fun at their very own Christmas Market, raising £613 Our school was buzzing with festive cheer today as pupils enjoyed their very own Christmas Market. Well done to our Years 7, 8 & Sixth Formers for running an array of stalls and for all pupils, staff, Years 7 and 8 Parents for […]
Seacole ran a chocolate raffle in aid of Freedom4Girls, their chosen charity. Seacole raised a fantastic £45 in the Chocolate Bloom raffle in aid of Freedom4Girls. The lucky winner of the Chocolate Bloom was Poppy-Lilly R in 7Ha
House Seacole Bauble Decorating Competition in support of Freedom4Girls (its chosen Period Poverty charity) Please help House Seacole support its chosen charity Freedom4Girls (Period Poverty) by taking part in our Bauble Decorating competition on Monday 3rd December. The winning baubles will go up on our school tree.
My run to raise money for GOSH, where my sister receives treatment By Ellie B My run for GOSH (Great Ormond Street Hospital) was on Saturday 13th October 2018. I went to Hyde Park for the 5K run. I did this run because of my younger sister Chloe, who unfortunately suffers from Reynolds and lupus. […]
Year 8 students wrote poems to enhance their understanding of rainforests Learning about rainforests is an important part of the geography curriculum and three Year 8 pupils extended their knowledge of these as well as their literacy skills by writing these fantastic poems.
Award- winning Canadian Author Susin Nielsen engages and inspires Year 8 pupils We were delighted to welcome Canadian author Susin Nielsen to promote her latest book, No Fixed Address. Susin had always wanted to be an author and she even had proof in the form of her childhood diary which she proudly produced, reading out an entry […]