• Page Header003

Inspired by pupils at Ernehale Juniors

On Wednesday 8th November Mrs Corton and I had the absolute privilege of being invited to the Ernehale Juniors singing assembly. The reason for our visit was to present a number of prizes to the year 6 pupils who entered the ‘Book Blurb’ competition during the Year 6 Open Evening in early October. All pupils who visited during the Open Evening were invited to enter the competition when they visited the library. Mrs Corton then had the pleasure of reading the entries and deciding on an overall winner and the runners up. There were a number of runners up from a variety of local schools including Arno Vale, Arnold View, Coppice and Ernehale, the overall winner was Annabelle from Ernehale. Annabelle won a range of goodies including a book, a pencil, bookmark, chocolate and a £5 gift voucher.

Book Blurb web

We were both made to feel very welcome by all of the pupils from year 3 to year 6 as they sang us two songs by the Beatles ‘With a Little Help from my Friends’ and ‘Penny Lane.

Well done to all of the runners up and the winner of the competition and a huge thank you to all of the students for welcoming Mrs Corton and I to Ernehale Juniors.

Tara Box
Transition Manager

FutureChef 2018

Arnold Hill students have been busy cooking up a storm at the local final of Springboard's FutureChef 2018 at New College Nottingham. Well done everyone!


Fantastic performance from Reflections


Arnold Hill's Reflections Dance Company performed at the annual Gedling dance showcase at Carlton Academy yesterday evening. It was a fantastic event showcasing some exceptional talent. A big well done to our dancers who excelled themselves during their two performances : Summer Pavier, Isabella Cave, Jamaica Payne, Jodie Ross, Jodie Lewitt, Chloe Henderson, Millie Gorey and Catherine Hudson.

Sitting for UK Youth Parliament

Photos from the UK Youth Parliament sitting at the House of Commons on 10th November 2017 are now available on their official Facebook page at https://t.co/C0OlwYBht5 . Florence Orchard, current sixth form student and member of Gedling Youth Parliament is pictured helping young people to "make their mark".

House of Commons 2


Braking Point for Sixth Form

As part of our commitment to give a broad student sixth form experience, we have assemblies given by outside charities and agencies. On Wednesday 1 st November 2017, we were delighted to invite all Year 12 and 13 students to a performance on Young Driver and Passenger Safety - "Braking Point”. The event dramatised the dangers of drink-driving, passenger awareness and responsibilities. Students were encouraged to think about this from several perspectives and were asked to reflect and contribute on how these issues affect them directly.

Braking Point 1Braking Point 2