Rudheath Senior Academy Headteacher’s Newsletter
Friday 14 February 2020
And so we come to the end of this half term and it has certainly been another busy week.
Key Stage 3 Cheshire Badminton Champions
Katie Lewis, Emily Ollier, Kitti Horvath and Morgan Grzeszczak-Evans won the Ks3 County Badminton Championships this week. They will now be representing Cheshire in the North West Finals! #ambition The PE department work really hard with our learners to help them excel and a big thanks goes to Miss Fleming for taking them to Ellesmere Port for the competition.
United Utilities Environmental Workshop
On Wednesday, United Utilities delivered a #thinkB4Uflush workshop to our year 7 and 8s. Just another reminder of how the environment is everyone’s responsibility and we ALL make a difference!
Year 8 students did their bid for the environment, planting trees for the new Rudheath Senior Academy orchard.
Thanks to Paul and Sarah from Northwich Transition who donated and helped plant the trees and to Mr Brown for organising.
Year 11 geographers completed their urban fieldwork study in a very windy Liverpool on Tuesday. The methods used during this fieldwork are examined in the upcoming GCSEs #scholarship #resilience
Diana Anti Bullying Ambassadors raised over £200 for Saul last week with cake sales and dodge ball competitions. It makes me so proud to see them doing something worthwhile for others. A huge thank you to Mrs Skellington for co-ordination and to Izzy Dutton and Connor Minton for getting everyone involved.
Due to a change in circumstances, this will be my final newsletter as I make way for Mr Barber and the rest of the Rudheath Team to continue to take the school forward. I will be watching your progress with interest. Take care. Be awesome and I shall miss you all.