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October 2018

  • Going for Gold

    Published 17/10/18

    One of our Students Meg has just won Latin Gold at a recent competition in Blackpool. Meg had a very successful day and also came away with 2nd prize in the gold Ballroom competition also.

     

    We are delighted to learn of Meg's success - congratulations!

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  • Year 7 Languages Morning

    Published 17/10/18

     

    On Friday 28th September students in Year 7 celebrated the European Day of Languages by taking part in a languages morning.  Students and staff came to school dressed in outfits that reflected different countries and languages and attended an assembly and enjoyed a breakfast of a croissant, jam and orange juice.  This was followed by a fashion show in which two students were crowned the best dressed in the Year group and finally we held a languages quiz.  Students were also introduced to the exciting new opportunity starting for Year 7 – extra-curricular Mandarin lessons. 

    Students and staff had a fantastic morning and the MFL department would like to congratulate the students on their commitment to the day and their excellent behaviour.

    We will be continuing the celebrations on our next Personal Development Day in December when Year 7 will be continuing to work on the importance of languages and will get to try taster sessions in different languages.

     

    Congratulations Year 7 on making a fantastic start to your language learning!

     

     Mr Leggatt

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Young Carers Awareness

    Published 16/10/18

    The Henry Beaufort School has just under 30 Young Carers who attend the school. The Headteacher and Marketing Team have been working with three of these amazing young people to produce a video for staff and students to raise awareness of what it is like to be a young carer.  The video has recently been shown to staff and will be shared with the students as part of the school’s personal development programme.

     

    The Young Carers in this video are supported by Winchester and District Young Carers who are part of the Young Carers Alliance supported by funding from Children in Need, Comic Relief and The Big Lottery fund.

     

    We have been very humbled and touched that these young people and their families have allowed us to share an insight into their experiences.

     

    Please see the video below which we are sure you too will find very moving as well as inspirational.

     

     

     

     

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