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2019 Fyling Hall skiers hitting the slopes

Fancy hitting the slopes?

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Fancy hitting the slopes? Fyling Hall’s next ski trip has been announced. Budding skiers will return to Italy. This time to the ski resort of Prato/Artesina. Take a look at all it has to offer! With two successful trips in 2019, spanning two academic years, Fyling Hall is building on our ski trip success. It is not only an important element of our Enrichment Programme, but also #PEwithaDifference. And it is a loads of fun! […]

#PEwithaDifference Continues

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The spring term is now well under way, and #pewithadifference continues to develop. The under-16 girls’ hockey team entered the Whitby and Ryedale partnership tournament and came out winners!  The matches were very competitive with all teams only having a limited amount of chances on goal.  That said, it was extremely pleasing to see the girls reproduce what they have been practising in games lessons.  Playing quick counter attacking hockey. The team played with great […]

Diabetes . . . don’t sugar coat it!

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I recently read a news article about Yemen and the problems that people are facing, it is estimated that 85,000 children under the age of 5 have died due to starvation that is more than the population of Scarborough and Whitby combined! It is a stark contrast to a different crisis that is facing us in the UK. Type 2 diabetes – recent figures suggest that over 7000 children in the UK are now receiving […]

Grab life by the handle bars!

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It was a typical Thursday lunchtime; the latest pupil had just been into the staffroom to deliver their reason for not participating in games that afternoon.  I can’t quite recall whether it was the stubbed toe excuse, or their trainers were simply too wet to play rounders in.  Regardless, this had started to become the norm for far too long.  It was not the poor excuses that particularly bothered me.  It was the effort that […]

Grab life by the handle bars! (Unabridged)

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It was a typical Thursday lunchtime; the latest pupil had just been into the staffroom to deliver their reason for not participating in games that afternoon.  I can’t quite recall whether it was the stubbed toe excuse, or their trainers were simply too wet to play rounders in.  Regardless, this had started to become the norm for far too long.  It was not the poor excuses that particularly bothered me.  It was the effort that […]