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UCAS Preparation

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Year 12 preparing for UCAS by drawing their perfect student. Year 10 spent an afternoon looking at the practical applications of trigonometry. They made clinometers then used them to find angles of elevation to calculate the height of buildings, as demonstrated by William and Maria finding the height of the clock tower. Even Mrs Blackie […]

FHS Beach Sweep

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As part of a community service project, the whole of the school took part in 2 ‘beach sweeps’ down at Robin Hood’s Bay. The pupils enjoyed the film ‘A Plastic Ocean’ before we ventured down to the beach looking for the rubbish we saw feature in the documentary. Thank you to Scarborough Council and Whitby […]

Rose Garden Concert 2018

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We were delighted to host another successful concert this year! The sun was shining and our walled Rose Garden was packed. Many local musicians and bands from the area performed on our stage and so too did some of our musical pupils. It was a wonderful afternoon where over £1000 was raised for a local […]

Reality Bites!

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We have had a very busy week of enrichment activities this week, starting with a series of workshops designed to teach pupils skills relating to the ‘real world’…  

Transition Day

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The year 6/7 transfer science session was about the ‘electron’, giving the new students a taste of things to come in physics and chemistry. We looked at the experiment with the Cathode Ray Tube showing how J.J. Thompson discovered the electron. How we can see the effects of the electron with static Electricity with the […]

Y10 Drama Performance

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Mrs Jeeves is incredibly proud of the year 10 Drama class for their performance today which was outstanding and showed a real understanding of the topic of Suffragettes. Congratulations to all the group.

Coast to Coast with Mr Coates and Co.

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I have set the PE department a challenge. A big one! From Monday 9th July to Thursday 12th July, we will be bravely riding the Wainwright mountain bike coast to coast route. Why, you might ask? Is it to prove our physical fitness? Is it because we want to practice what we preach and challenge […]

Desert Island Discs with our SMT

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Mr Instone has added a new twist to his assembly programme this year. He is well known for this creative and often interactive assemblies – just recently, he has sung his message, told tales of his own childhood, created and edited films, strummed a guitar and more. But more recently, he has been involving our […]

FH’s Science and Technology Society

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Mr Instone set up his suite of commodore VIC 20s (5 in all) at our first Science and Technology Society computer coding session. First students saw some exciting 8-bit games and then dived into the principles of coding in BASIC, creating programs using loops, arrays, variables and strings. The goal is that we’ll be able to […]