Year 8 scientists have fun with shadows, pinhole cameras and light refraction during lockdown Year 8 scientists have successfully completed their key stage 3 light topic, utilising the online jam boards as well as finding a great use for their old toilet rolls! Mr Short’s class created pinhole cameras to illustrate the focusing of light […]
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7 Parr Pets via Google Meet Form 7 Parr met via Google Meet during form time today, to finish off the half term of remote learning, by sharing their pets with us all. We were introduced to lots of amazing pets – lots of cute dogs, cats, guinea pigs and a tortoise! It was a […]
BHGS new Covid-19 Lateral Flow Testing Centre has processed 700 results in 5 weeks I have been working in the Education sector for over 20 years, and I never thought I would see the Main Hall of any school turned into a COVID testing centre… The week before Christmas last year, the Government made an […]
Year 9 explain how a democracy elects a dictator! As part of their 20th Century studies, Year 9 History students have examined the legacy of the First World War to explain how one event leads to others. They have been investigating the reasons Hitler came to power in Germany 1933. Their independent research and excellent […]
Student Equality and Diversity Committee 2021 In November, we launched a student Equality and Diversity Committee to promote and celebrate equality, diversity and inclusivity at Bishop’s under the guidance of Miss Maisey, who is the lead teacher for equality and diversity this year. As part of our initial plans, KS4 and KS5 pupils were invited […]
Sixth Form students joined in an online careers session with lawyers ranging from trainee solicitors to the Head of Legal at a commercial bank On Friday 29th January, Years 12 and 13 had the opportunity to attend an online careers seminar with lawyers from top international law firm, Clifford Chance, and in-house lawyers at French […]
Year 8 investigate the famous Niagara Falls as part of their work on Rivers In Geography, Year 8 pupils have undertaken an independent investigation into the way in which Niagara Falls formed, and how the amazing waterfalls now attract tourists from all over the world. Their investigation took them on a virtual visit to research […]
Year 7 were asked to create a puppet show with any objects they could find. Puppetry is an integral part of professional theatre. After their Drama lessons, Year 7 were asked to create a puppet show with any objects they could find in their house or in school. Both groups did a fantastic job. We […]
Young Carers continue to meet this half term Young Carers’ Drop In is a club held each Thursday lunchtime, to get together pupils who have a caring role at home. It is a place to relax, chat and usually we do a craft activity. Thank you to the Young Carers currently in school who have […]
Year 7 Historians examine life during the Black Death Year 7 History pupils have been studying Medieval England, which included an in depth case study on the Black Death. They explored medieval beliefs around the cause of the pestilence and drew on their understanding of current public health measures to explain the relative success and […]