West Suffolk College

West Suffolk College were in our Futures Hub in the library on Tuesday - offering advice to students on College courses and helping with application forms.

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Wates Construction

Our new build is now beginning to take shape. The builders Wates Construction are very keen to involve our students. Our Year 10 maths class visited the site office to see how scale drawings are used to ensure the site goes to plan. Then then returned to class to convert to them to real dimensions.

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Friday Non School Uniform Day

Friday is non school uniform day, we are asking for a £1.00 donation. Through our Student Voice we are discussing realistic views on what they would like to see the money used for, e.g. outdoor covered areas, skateboard/scooter ramps, bike shed, outdoor table tennis tables etc.

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For all Year 8's interested in taking engineering as an option next year, a taster session will be held in D3 Thursday lunchtime.

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Student Awarded with Bronze Medal


On the 29th January Poppy Bingham (year 8) competed at the National Deaf Secondary Swimming Championships at the prestigious Aquatics Centre in London. Poppy is a member of the Stowmarket swimming club and part of the Suffolk team which is made up of students from Bungay High, Thurston CC and Priory. The event was a combination of individual sprint races and fun team events. Poppy and the Suffolk team took home the bronze medal which is a great achievement. Well done Poppy.

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Year 9 and 10 UKMT Maths Challenge

Thursday our best mathematicians in year 9 and year 10 took part in the national UKMT Intermediate Mathematical Challenge. The event ran very smoothly, with all students prompt and perfectly focussed.

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West Suffolk Trampolining Competition

Two u14 girls competed in the West Suffolk trampolining competition. Team A with Keeva Short, Ruby Elwood, Katie Rowland and Isobel Sayer did extremely well finishing 1st, which means they have qualified for the county finals. Well done to Keeva Short who won the best overall individual, scoring the highest points and to Ruby Elwood who came in a close second in overall points.

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Historic Houses

Today we had a visit from Ben Cowell, Director General of who spoke to our Year 10 history students about the importance of our heritage. Including the historic buildings that still exist all around us, and about the huge range of job opportunities connected to these houses, castles and landscapes. From stone masons, decorators and gardeners, to jugglers, wedding planners and shop assistants.

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Advice and a Slice Royal Navy

Sarah from Navy recruitment spoke about joining the varying sections of the Navy,  Navy life, and all the options you have as part of the forces.  She started as a meteorologist and has travelled through the Mediterranean Sea, Arabian Peninsula and Caribbean in the 4 years she was on deployment in that role.

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Anglia Sports & Schoolwear

Anglia Sports and Schoolwear have written to advise us that due to a software upgrade to their systems, all orders placed by parents via the website after midday on Thursday 7th February will not be processed and dispatched until Wednesday 13th February.

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