Data Collection Sheets for Students Entering Year 7 in September
If you haven't filled in a data collection sheet for your child, can you please print off and complete this form and send it to school with your child on the first day of term. Thank you.
Our Fantastic New School
We hope everyone has had a restful and enjoyable time over the summer break. This photo gallery has been created to give you the opportunity for a sneak preview of our wonderful new facilities. The finishing touches are being applied this week ready for a great start to the new academic year.
It was the very great pleasure of Year 7 Project Based Learning to welcome the wonderful children of Arnold View Primary school to a teddy bears’ picnic and celebration. The sixty children of the Fireflies, Dragonflies, and Busy Bees had all grown beautiful flowers and painted "friendship rocks" for the Arnold Hill Flower Festival. This has been created for the Friends of Chernobyl's Children visiting this week. We couldn't accept such a gift without inviting them to visit us for the afternoon. We all enjoyed the flower garden together and then enjoyed more surprises as they presented us with bunting they had made and windmills for the garden. Just when we thought it couldn't get any better they surprised us by singing two songs they had learnt about flowers, one of them including sign language! The Y7 ambassadors loved them so much they had to sing them again so we could join in. It was such a pleasure to play a "live" recording to the 12 Belarusian children when they visited us on Friday. Next we set off for a game of "Simon says" with the ambassadors, who discovered it's still a tricky game before we all enjoyed cookies and a drink. The Arnold Hill ambassadors excelled themselves, polite, caring and warmly inclusive of all the children and adults. They took their role of hosts seriously but with genuine joy. It was wonderful to see them making our guests feel special and at home. Particularly pleasing was to see them showing great adaptability and anticipation. Particular thanks to Nadine Cairns, Kayleigh Williams and Stephen Higgins who joined Year 7 to assist the ambassadors, Miss Box and Mr Maurice-Smith. Thanks to their great work and "professionalism" Miss Box and Mr Maurice-Smith had little to do other than join in the fun. Well done to Foundation and Key Stages 3 & 4! A new partnership born out of kindness, charity and fun, from learning about and supporting children affected by the Chernobyl disaster 30 years ago. A massive thank you to the wonderful Miss Wilson and her staff at Arnold View for their hard work and enthusiasm that made today and tomorrow so special. Thanks to all the staff, parents and children who helped make this happen. Today we lived in a very wonderful world.
Christmas Craft and Food Fair
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Holocaust Survivor Visits Arnold Hill Academy
As part of the Year 9 curriculum in History, and Beliefs, Philosophy and Ethics, students are learning about the social impact of the Holocaust and how discrimination against the Jews culminated in the Holocaust as we know it today.
On Wednesday 20th January, Holocaust survivor Simon Winston came into school to deliver a talk to 90 Year 9 students about his experiences of World War Two and the Holocaust. His story captured the pupils’ imagination and they were hooked on his every word.
Toby Fisher – Under 13s England Ice Hockey Call Up
Toby Fisher (Year 7) has been playing ice hockey for the last six years and is now starting to reap the rewards from all of his hard work and dedication. He has been chosen to join the England under 13s squad that will be going to Scotland this December, and will play against the Scottish national team as well as some of the Scotland under 15s team. Within the last week, Toby has also been selected for the England squad that will travel to the Czech Republic in February 2016.
Arnold Hill Academy is a member of the Trent Academies Group. Trent Academies Group is an exempt charity and company limited by guarantee registered in England. The Company’s registered number is 8128513. The registered office is Trent Academies Group, Rushcliffe School, Boundary Road, West Bridgford Nottingham NG2 7BW Telephone 0115 9744050.