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We have created this news page to keep you updated with all of the positive news stories and share some of the fantastic work and acitvities our students and their families have been involved in since school closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

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  • 03/07/20

    The Cupcake Challenge

    The Food Technology challenge this week was for students to watch a video of the method to make and decorate cupcakes, then go off and create their own batch. Some delicious looking results!
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  • 01/07/20

    Have Your Say - week 3 art challenge

    With all that’s happening in the world and in the news at the minute we wanted to give our staff and students the chance to 'have your say'.  Inspired by the artist Gillian Wearing we asked them to write a word, statement or phrase and get a photo of them holding it. 
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  • 29/06/20

    Sheffield Virtual School Games - the results are in!

    Thank you to all our parents and students who took part in last week's Sheffield Virtual School Games - the scores are in! A great effort by everyone, with the Y7/8 coming 6th and Y9/10 = 2nd Meadowhead parents - overall in the city you finished 4th, but out of the secondary schools...
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  • 25/06/20

    Power and Conflict - Y10 Creative Response Competition

    Last week (15th – 19th June) the English team ran a competition for Y10 based on the Power and Conflict poetry that they are currently studying for GCSE English Literature. Thank you so much to every student that entered – it was brilliant to see how creative you could be with the poe...
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  • 25/06/20

    Inspired Artwork by Y7s

    Our Y7s were set the task of researching the work of architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser and to then choose elements of his themes to create their own piece.  As you can see, we have some very talented Y7s!
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  • 22/06/20

    International Make Music Day 2020

    As part of Make Music Day 2020 on Sunday 21st June, ABRSM (one of the music exam boards) put together a virtual orchestra with musicians from all ages around the world.  One of our students, Eddie 9F,  got involved and played the piano part!  You can see their online pe...
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  • 18/06/20

    A Midsummer Night's Dream- Y7 Creative Responses

    Last week (8th - 12th June) the English team ran a competition for Y7 students based on the Shakespeare play we have been studying, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Thank you so much to everyone who entered - what a fantastic effort from the year group! We were so overwhelmed by the standard of e...
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  • 18/06/20

    Monsters!

    Our KS3 students were set a challenge in Technology to design and create Monsters.  We hope to share lots of these finished projects with you, but meanwhile we were especially impressed with these two projects from Ariana and Sophie.
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  • 17/06/20

    Staff and students have fun recreating famous portraits!

    This challenge set by our MeadowheadArt Instagram was to recreate a famous portrait painting.  Staff, students and their families were encouraged to have fun and be creative - and we have certainly had some very clever recreations of the originals.  Well done everyone w...
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  • 16/06/20

    Excellent Ethics Work

    We are pleased to be sharing three pieces of outstanding work by our students, created as responses to work set by our Ethics department.
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  • 15/06/20

    Y8 History Creative Challenge - Should We Be Proud of The British Empire?

    Students in Year 8 have been completing a History unit on "Should we be proud of the British Empire?" In this unit, students have looked at the positive and negative impacts of colonialism on a range of countries in the British Empire. For their final creative challenge, students were aske...
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  • 15/06/20

    Black Lives Matter - Poem

    One of our students (who wishes to remain anonymous here) has written this powerful poem in response to Black Lives Matter and we felt it was important to share it here.
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