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Latest News

August 2016

  • Sporting News

    19/08/16

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Sports Leadership day

    Inspirational women leaders are hitting the headlines, with a female Prime Minister and potentially the first American female President. Leadership skills and qualities are extremely important, and our recent Leadership Enrichment Day for Year 9 gave our students opportunities to gain these necessary skills. We challenged our Sport Leaders to consider and develop a positive growth mindset that 'Greenbank girls can' be the next inspirational famous leader of the future such as Olympic Hockey Captain Kate Richardson-Walsh at the Rio Olympic Games. 

    The Physical Education department had 43 Year 9 pupils sign up to complete a short introduction on sport leadership taking part in a series of tasks and challenges thats then led to pupils self-assessing their current own skills within leadership and setting targets of qualities they could develop further. These students will work towards their SSAT Leadership Qualification and assist in a number of primary school events to be held later on in the year. 

    Miss Butterworth

     

     

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  • Curriculum News

    19/08/16

    Primary Languages INSET

    Primary Languages inset was held at Greenbank on Wednesday 28th September. The inset was attended by 20 Primary teachers from across Sefton and Lancashire and the theme was ' Lights, sparkle and celebrations'. We looked at the Programme of Study and ways to implement this. It was a great chance to network and share ideas. We look forward to welcoming you again in Spring.

    Language Leaders

    Language Leaders from Year 10 assist with lessons at St Monica's Catholic Primary School in Bootle. 

    This week, the French Language Leaders went to St Monica's Catholic Primary School where they delivered a carousel activity about French culture. The Year 6 pupils tasted French foods such as 'saucisson', 'baguettes' and 'pain au chocolat'. The Language Leaders did a cultural quiz and the children had to try and make an Eiffel Tower out of newspaper. The pupils could also dress up and act out a dialogue in French. The leaders have grown in confidence and delivered a memorable afternoon. The class teacher was extremely complimentary about our students thanking us for the afternoon. She overheard one of her students saying....  "this is my best day ever!'"

    The girls are a real credit to our school.

    Mrs Hill. 

    Languages Primary Schools Co-ordinator

    European Day of Languages

    At lunchtime today in the Language Centre a food tasting event was held to celebrate European Day of Languages. Pupils had the chance to taste different foods from countries across Europe including France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Greece and more, whilst listening to European music. Pupils were given 'Talk to me' stickers and wristbands in different languages to promote and celebrate the day. The event was well attended. 

    There is a special menu in the school canteen all week, details are displayed around school. 

    There is also the poster competition running with KS3 classes this week, so please advertise. The title is 'What can languages do for us?'. There are prizes to be won!

    Many thanks for all your support.

     Mrs Aughton

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