On Wednesday 6th November, the whole school met in the Priory hall to have an assembly presented by the house captains. We were all very excited and sat eagerly awaiting to find out which was going to be the winning house so far. Would it be, Newman, Teresa or Romero?

Read more: October House Points


At the end of October, GCSE Geography students visited Cannock Chase accompanied by Mrs Longmore. We visited Cannock Chase to complete an investigation on the characteristics of the Sherbrook river and how this may influence flood risk.

Read more: Year 10 Geography Trip


Primary 1 had a fabulous day at the Museum of Childhood. They had the opportunity to explore a huge variety of toys and what they were made of. The most exciting part of the day was climbing up a chimney to see what it was like for children in the past who were chimney sweeps.

We also had a quick visit to see what life was like in the Victorian schoolroom.


Mrs Payne wanted to showcase Year 9 after they did some super work on enlargements this week!


Will recently attended Barlaston Cricket Club’s presentation evening. Will has been playing for Barlaston for two seasons and despite having disappointment with his batting this season his bowling has gone from strength to strength. At the presentation evening Will was presented with three trophies, the Under 13’s Bowling Award, an award for his first Six Wicket haul and also the prestigious Outstanding Achievement/Performance Award for the whole of Barlaston C.C. Junior Section. Very well done, Will!


This week Primary 4 have been celebrating Black History Month, through art, role play and literacy. They have found about some truly heroic people, who have each made a significant change to our world today. They then shared their findings and knowledge with Primary 3 during their shared learning session.

Read more: Black History Month
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