EDMODO SECURITY WARNING
She is a long frosted glass of lime soda with a hint of Demerara sugar.
A sparkly pair of high shiny heels shimmering in the light .
A sunny bright sun gleams upon her eyes.
AND a bit of dark passion building up inside.
She is a sleek skinned jaguar ready to pounce on her prey.
Yr 11 Science Mocks
Our Year 11 students will be sitting Mock Exams in Science this November, this will serve as invaluable practice for the final exams in June. Below is information that clarifies the topic(s) that will be covered. Your support and encouragement will be of great help.
Chemistry 25th November 45 minutes
Triple Scientists: Unit 4 Chemical Patterns, Unit 5 Chemicals in the Natural Environment.
Double Scientists: Unit 4 Chemical Patterns.
Core Scientists: Unit 1 Air Quality.
BTEC Scientists: Use a list of equipment to design an experiment with diagrams, method and a results table with headings only.
Biology 26th November 45 Minutes
Triple Scientists: Unit 4 The Processes of life, Unit 5 Growth and Development.
Double Scientists: Unit 4 The Processes of Life.
Core Scientists: Unit 1 You and Your Genes.
BTEC Scientists: Plot a bar graph from the data given.
Physics 27th November
Triple Scientists: Unit 4 Explaining Motion, Unit 5 Electric Circuits.
Double Scientists: Unit 4 Explaining Motion.
Core Scientists: Unit 1 The Earth in the Universe.
BTEC Scientists: Plot a line graph from the data given.
Cambridge Football Victory
Daniel Poole and Lewis Early represented Cambridge school boys in the first round of the national cup where they beat west London school boys 11 -1 Lewis early being on the score sheet with 2 goals.
They will now play Woking or Maidstone in the next round of the cup. This is a great achievement for the boys: they have been playing for Cambridge district school boys for two years one of Cambridge School Boys’ biggest achievement was winning team of the tournament.
This wasn't just given for football skills but the boys’ attitude towards every member of staff, coaches and other teams this was when they attended the schools national tournament in the Isle of Wight in April.
Interview with Ms Scott
Q) Why did you decide to come to Chesterton?
A) I wanted to move back to the UK, and I really liked the letter sent to me by the Governors. The letter stuck out from all the others because it was about the Ethos and about the heart of the school community. The school really interested me because of the corporate features that make this school unique.
Q) What was your greatest achievement in Abu Dhabi?
A) I was the Headmistress of a failing school, which turned into a very successful school with brilliant first Year 11 results.
Q) What do you think of the newest changes to the school, such as the vertical tutoring and house system?
A) It’s really exciting. Vertical tutoring will grow and grow. In the first instance it is tricky to start off with as the older years are not used to this. However the nicer bits of it are starting to show such as when I walk into a form room and see a younger student interacting with an older student and vice versa.
Q) Do you have a favourite subject?
Q) Do you specialise in an area? (maths, history, etc)
A) English. I taught it.
Q) What GCSEs did you take?
A) Let me see… I took: English Literature, English Language, History, Geography, Biology, Art, French and Maths.
Q) What A-Levels did you take?
A) Hmm… My A-levels were: English, French, History and General Studies.
Q) Did you have as many options in your secondary school as Chesterton has?
A) No way near as many. You either took a Science route or an English route; there were no other options.
Q) What is your favourite Hobby?
A) Running (sometimes), reading, watching good films but ultimately spending time with my little boy.
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