A few weeks ago, on Friday 17th March, the Robotics Club travelled to Birmingham as a reward for winning the Robotoc Design Challenge in Preston on Tuesday, 7th March.
The creative arts trip to Carmel College on 21st March was extremely satisfying for everyone; the candidates chosen for the trip were nominated because of their enjoyment in one of the creative arts: music, drama, tech or art.
Did you know that the Earth’s poles switch on average every 200,000 to 300,000 years?
On Tuesday 14th March, Year 8 sets 1-4 took part in the Maths Roadshow, a series of tricky maths brainteasers, in order to find out the best maths brains in the year.
Our school, St Edmund Arrowsmith Catholic High School, has a partnership school in Soweto, South Africa called the Donaldson Senior Primary School. As a school, we do a lot to help our partnership school and do lots of fundraising to help make the pupils lives better.
Manchester Royal Children’s Hospital Charity is about making a difference to the thousands of children we see every year.childrenshospital
The STEM Robotics Challenge: Our school has gathered a team of budding programmers and constructors who have been faced with the (restricted time) task of working cooperatively, to create some robots that are quick, intelligent and tough enough to compete against other robots from many different schools, in this global challenge.
Comedy or tragedy? Fantasy or mystery? Fiction or non-fiction?
On Monday 6th March, some of our Year 8 and 9 students took part in a talk by Carmel College.
On the 1st March we began our Lenten journey.
"The pupils I spoke to told me that the ‘professional and caring teachers’ were the best thing about this school"
On Friday 3rd February, some of our Year 9 students went on an amazing trip to Manchester University