Nick Randall

Spring Term 2022

Hello and welcome to the Spring term! Last week we carried out lateral flow testing for all year groups and welcomed all students back in to school on the Friday. It was fantastic to see so many students and their parents volunteer for the lateral… Read More »Spring Term 2022

Careers and Futures

It is no secret that the world of work is advancing at a rapid speed. These alterations continue to develop as a result of the world changing, with increasing competitiveness of other countries; with outsourcing of operations; and with the rate of technological advancements. Some… Read More »Careers and Futures

Perseverance

ast week the Cambridge Dictionary unveiled their word of the year for 2021: Perseverance (https://dictionary.cambridge.org/editorial/woty). Perseverance is defined as “continued effort to do or achieve something, even when this is difficult or takes a long time.” On the Cambridge Dictionary website they explain that the reason they chose this… Read More »Perseverance

COP26

This month, the UK, together with Italy, are hosting an event many believe to be the world’s best last chance to get runaway climate change under control. COP26 is the 2021 United Nations climate change conference. For nearly three decades the UN has been bringing… Read More »COP26

Autumn Celebrations

Hello and welcome back following the half term break. We hope you managed to have some time to relax and spend time as a family. This half term is always one of the busiest periods in the school year. As well as having our Year… Read More »Autumn Celebrations

World Mental Health Day

As we write this this morning, it definitely feels like autumn has arrived. The nights have started to draw in, and the weather is definitely changing. This term is always a busy period in the school, our new students are settling in to life at… Read More »World Mental Health Day

Together

I was recently introduced to a book written and illustrated by Luke Adam Hawker entitled ‘Together’. It is a short story about a huge storm that brings significant and sudden change and how a man and his dog navigate their way through the uncertainty that… Read More »Together

International Literacy Week

This week at The Newbridge School we have been celebrating International Literacy Day. In 1966, UNESCO declared that International Literacy Day would be celebrated each year on 8th September; it was celebrated for the first time in 1967. UNESCO aims for this day to remind… Read More »International Literacy Week

Year 7 iPad update

We have now received the iPads and are working through setting them up. We will be handing these out to students during an organised session, rather than inviting parents in as we usually would.