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This year’s bank holiday Mrs Thomas took some of the Willersley Girls to the Rock Factory in Bridlington. What could have been better than getting out of the mini bus and smell caramel and chocolate? The high expectations all of us had were totally forgotten about after we were allowed to try all the sweets. […]
“My year, 7PGW, have been working on different scenes from Bugsy Malone as a class production. We have had just two lessons reading from the script with Ms Powell, in our twangy American accents to try and be as professional as possible! Each group has chosen a different scene to act and stage out. We […]
Self confessed geek and IT technician at Scarborough College, Mr. Middleton, is keen to share some of the more interesting recent developments in the world of ICT with the students in an attempt to give them real world experience of a rapidly moving virtual world. One new enrichment activity “Computer Game Design” uses a specially […]
Mrs Walsh writes our blog of the Rome Trip… Day One. Sunday 17th February Five adults and twenty three pupils from Years Seven to Nine met in the school car park at 8 am, excited and a little bleary eyed, and after taking leave of our loved ones, we set off in a three mini-bus […]
Following The Telegraph’s article this week suggesting that politicians could be a lot more positive about celebrating the successes of private schools (which is well worth a read as it discusses the details well), we’d like to know what you think. Considering a huge proportion of politicians themselves attended private schools and send their own […]
Enrichment activity CCF (Combined Cadet Force) has started, here are the Army section students in action.