We are reaffirming our commitment to the high street by making a promise that every town and city that has a Nationwide branch today, will still have one in two years. Why are we doing this? Because it’s the right thing to do - branches have an important role to play in the community. In her poem, ‘High Street Romance', Hannah Swingler talks about the commitment over the years with her childhood sweetheart.
Students aged 15 to 18 are invited to write an article or make a video report that informs and raises important issues on the topic: ‘The Challenge of Climate Change’. The competition encourages students to use their journalistic writing and mobile skills to look at a topical issue that is relevant to society today and resonates with Catholic Social Teaching.
There is a growing spoken word poetry movement developing in #Birmingham. BBC apprentice Samuel Hughes has been to meet three poets in the city.
UPDATE - Now includes Year 9 Revision documentation.
Friday 8th March 2019
'Crazy Hat Day' - Thursday 7th March
If you kindly sponsor us, we will make sure that we advertise your business in our 2 termly newsletters at Easter and summer for a total of £100. Along with putting your advert in our termly newsletters, we will also advertise your business in our fortnightly newsletter BC14 as a thank you for supporting our school.
The importance of Fact Checking – The MOMO challenge You will have no doubt noticed that in the news recently there has been a worrying trend reported known as the MOMO challenge.
WHAT ARE THE PARENTS' DAYS? AllAboutSchoolLeavers.co.uk, the early career experts, are running three events in London, Birmingham and Manchester. AllAboutSchoolLeavers provides free information to young people, their parents, teachers and careers advisers, as well as listing thousands of opportunities for young people.