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  • Spacedome visit to South Bromsgrove

    Published 12/04/19

    What’s big, grey and dark on the inside? A Spacedome of course!

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  • Year 9 visits the Big Bang at Stourbridge College

    Published 22/03/19

     As part of British Science week on the 14th March a group of year 9 students and staff attended the Big Bang at Stourbridge College. It was an interactive day with students taking part in various stem activities, from Methane experiments in Chemistry, making origami boxes in maths, forensics finger printing, to trying to get a wooden skewer through a balloon without it popping!

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  • South Raises Money For Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity

    Published 20/03/19

    The staff and students at South Bromsgrove had great pleasure in presenting a cheque for £1,244.84 to the Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity.

    Joanna said “Mr Law and I started raising money last October for Birmingham Children’s hospital as we both have personal connections to the hospital and wanted to give something back to the amazing team of nurses and doctors that provide the excellent care. This is something I had personally always wanted to do.

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  • Worcestershire Skills Show 2019

    Published 20/03/19

    On 13th March a small group of year 9 students and staff joined 45 other schools in attending the Worcestershire Skills Show 2019. The event gave the students a great insight into various industries split across six career zones including tourism and leisure, science, technology, creative industries, professional services and engineering. With such a wide variety of employers, colleges and training providers there was something of interest for everyone, with have a go activities, local labour market information, and the opportunity to speak to employers about the skills and qualifications that they are really looking for.  Feedback from the students was good with some feeling that they had more of an idea of the career pathways available to them now.

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  • South’s Languages trip to Spain

    Published 20/03/19

    At the beginning of the month 29 students (aged 13-16) went on a trip to Seville.   Seville is a beautiful city in the Andalusia region of Spain where there are hundreds of iconic monuments within walking distance of each other. The atmosphere of the people and food make it a vibrant place to visit and to remember.

    The students were very busy thoroughly enjoying themselves from taking plenty of photos as they went sightseeing to practising their Spanish with the locals. They also had a great deal of fun cooking and eating some typical Spanish cuisine!

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  • ​​​​​​​South Bromsgrove at the Worcestershire ‘This Girl Can’ Event

    Published 12/03/19

    On Thursday 7th March, 17 pupils from South Bromsgrove High, Years 9 and 10, participated in the Worcestershire ‘This Girls Can’ campaign held at North Bromsgrove High.   ‘Worcestershire Girls Can’ is a vibrant celebration of active females.  

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  • South Bromsgrove High School students to perform at next Bromsgrove Coffee and Cake Concert ​​​​​​​

    Published 11/03/19

    STUDENTS from South Bromsgrove High School will be performing at the next Cake and Coffee concert at Bromsgrove’s St John’s Church next Saturday, March 16.

    Sixth-former Alice Whitten has organised a programme of solos, duets and ensembles featuring her sister Hannah and some of her fellow students playing music ranging from an Ariana Grande medley to music by Bach and Beethoven.

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  • South Bromsgrove High Perform with Tenor ‘Russell Watson.’

    Published 11/03/19

    So proud to share the stage with Alice, Grace and Eleanor from South Bromsgrove High at Symphony Hall on their professional debut performing with Birmingham Voices on tour with famous Tenor ‘Russell Watson.’ Such a special and exciting day.

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  • South Bromsgrove Students Visit GYMSHARK

    Published 07/03/19

    A group of GCSE and A-level Textiles students from South Bromsgrove High School recently paid a visit to fitness clothing manufacturer, Gymshark. The business was founded by ex-South Bromsgrove student, Ben Francis, in 2012 when he was just 19. The company has seen extraordinary growth; from humble beginnings in Ben's parents’ garage in Bromsgrove, to becoming the fastest growing company in the UK. The students had Ben as their personal tour guide for the afternoon as they visited Gymshark's brand new Headquarters in Solihull. The students were blown away by the dynamic working environment and the amazing facilities enjoyed by the employees, including games areas, outdoor basketball, meeting pods and a massage and therapy centre. Textiles teacher and visit leader, Jenny Hawthorn said, 'The students really enjoyed the experience and were able to see, first-hand the entire design process and see how the gym wear is created'.

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  • South Bromsgrove U16 rugby team win the County Cup at Worcester RFC

    Published 27/02/19

    Captained by Matthew Moseley, the South Bromsgrove U16 rugby team won the County Cup at Worcester RFC, beating Prince Henry’s, Evesham 71-19 in the Final.

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  • POETRY LIVE 2019

    Published 21/02/19

    The English department recently took 50 year 11 students to see Poetry Live at the Symphony Hall in Birmingham.  The students have been studying several leading poets over this year and it was a fantastic experience and opportunity not only to see these poets perform and talk about their poetry, but to interact and perform together.    Simon Armitage, Oxford Professor of Poetry and one of Britain’s best poets read his work from the anthology and Carol Ann Duffy and Gillian Clarke gave an exhilarating joint reading.  John Agard, Imitiaz Dharker, Grace Nicols and Dajit Nagra also performed some of their work which was both entertaining and fascinating.   Nicols even got the audience involved in her baby rap!

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  • Massive congratulations to ex-student Alex Lockwood on receiving a BAFTA yesterday.

    Published 11/02/19

    Filmmaker Alex Lockwood's documentary, 73 Cows, won best short film at Sunday's BAFTA awards.  It’s a short film about a vegan farmer who handed his beef herd to a Norfolk rescue centre to save them from the slaughterhouse.

    Have a look at the BAFTA site to see details of the film.”

    http://www.bafta.org/film/awards/british-short-film-2019

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