Year 8s took part in a workshop on Kosher and Shabbat in the Jewish Museum On 14/11/22, Year 8 students went to the Jewish Museum in Camden to dive deeper into Judaism through two workshops. In the Kosher workshop, the students went into depth on the different mitzvot (commandments) in the Torah which link to […]
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A Level Sociology students take a trip to central London to learn about Karl Marx’s life and influences I just travelled to London with my two sociology classes, Miss Ferguson and Miss Maisey. We started off at Oxford Street where we met the tour guide who would tell us about Karl Marx’s life and his […]
Young Carers went to see Rotten Romans at the Odeon Hatfield Last Wednesday, 30 of our Young Carers went to the cinema to watch ‘The Rotten Romans’ by the Horrible Histories people. It was quite nice to have a relaxing time and to learn a bit about what really happened when the Romans were in […]
Year 10 MFL Leaders visit local primary school to offer French, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese activity workshops to KS2 pupils Young Leader initiatives have made a great impact on the teaching of young people over the last 20 years across many curriculum areas, using a sports team model. The BHGS Foreign Language Leader Programme […]
Work Experience Programme Launch On Friday, Year 13s gave our Year 12 cohort the benefit of their workplace experience by helping to launch the BHGS Work Experience and Enrichment programme. At Bishop’s, we run two comprehensive programmes of work experience in Years 10 and 12. Year 10 is designed to introduce pupils to a workplace […]
A team of twelve Year 7 Scientists enjoyed working together to read, discuss and judge 6 short listed children’s science books for the Royal Society. On Monday 7th November, we spent our science lesson in the library reading, discussing and judging 6 books that have been short listed by the Royal Society as part of […]
Year 12 and 13 Mock Assessment Centre Workshop – the opportunity to develop their team and communications skills in a simulated job application environment Our Sixth Form have all been put through a Mock Assessment Centre on a Friday morning this term – and many were told that in the real world “they’d get the […]
Save the World Creative Upcycling Projects Save the World Club are keen to ‘recycle, reduce and reuse’ waste to protect our planet. We have had fun over the past few weeks upcycling some old white mugs. Rather than throwing the mugs away, we repainted them with personalised designs using ceramic paint. The mugs have been […]
Children & young adult book author Karen McCombie visits Bishop’s and runs a creative writing workshop Here is what two of our Year 8 pupils thought about it. Today the author Karen McCombie came to our school. She gave lovely assemblies to most of the year groups. Karen is a great author whose hundredth book […]
Year 11 go back to The Cambridge Arts Theatre to see a live performance of An Inspector Calls after a 3 year break After a nearly three year break due to Covid, we finally took 70 Year 11 pupils back to The Cambridge Arts Theatre to see a performance of ‘An Inspector Calls’. The performance […]