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  • ‘Make Lichfield Smile’ Campaign

    ‘Make Lichfield Smile’ Campaign

    As part of this year’s campaign, ‘Respect Each Other’, the Friary School Council was out in force this week armed with smiley stickers and brochures to make Lichfield smile. We wanted to tell residents about the important work the School Council has been doing this year and about World Health […]

     
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  • Save The Friary School £1,000s per Year

    Save The Friary School £1,000s per Year

    Any parent who keeps up-to-date with current affairs  will be well aware that there is a huge shortage of teachers and the problem is not going to disappear any time soon. Certainly, if a teacher departs mid-year it can be very difficult to get any replacement (if at all) until […]

     
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  • I-Rail STEM Event

    I-Rail STEM Event

    Year 9 Science students enjoyed a I-Rail STEM Event before the Easter Break which was designed to broaden the students perception of the engineering sector. Students investigated the I-Rail programme and exploited potential career routes in the rail industry. This was followed by a Q&A session with a civil engineer […]

     
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  • Christchurch Students Know Where They Are Going

    Christchurch Students Know Where They Are Going

    On Monday the 26th March we welcomed thirty eager Year 5 students from Christchurch Primary School in Lichfield to join our Geography department for a morning of Orienteering. The sun was shining and the skies were blue, perfect conditions for six teams to compete against each other with the support […]

     
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  • Friary School Interact Club Supports the Rotary’s Cathedral to Castle

    Friary School Interact Club Supports the Rotary’s Cathedral to Castle

    The Friary School’s Interact Club is a fund-raising group, largely made up of Sixth Formers, which raises money for charities in conjunction with Lichfield St Chad’s Rotary Club, and recently they offered their support to the Rotary’s charity run., Students arrived at 7.00am to support with a bag drop for […]

     
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  • House Celebration Evenings

    House Celebration Evenings

    The final week of term saw the termly House Celebration Evenings where awards are given out to students for a wide range of successes; it could be attendance or House Points, fundi-raising or academic progress. There were a number of Easter-themed prizes, but we also benefitted from fantastic local organisations […]

     
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  • Staffordshire University ‘Great Minds’ Bus Drops In

    Staffordshire University ‘Great Minds’ Bus Drops In

    We have strong ties with Staffordshire University and they are keen to ensure that local students are made aware of all the opportunities afforded to students who go onto university and gain a university degree. The ‘Great Minds’ Bus dropped in to raise awareness, map out what needed to be […]

     
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  • Public Consultation – Proposed School Expansion

    Public Consultation – Proposed School Expansion

    Staffordshire County Council have asked us to circulate information relating to their plans to expand the number of school place in Lichfield: Dear Parent / Guardian I am writing to inform you of two public consultations which are now taking place in respect of increasing secondary pupil places in Lichfield. […]

     
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  • Bugsy Malone

    Bugsy Malone

    This year’s Key Stage Three Production will be ‘Bugsy Malone’ and will run between 12th – 14th June and after auditions the cast list was released this week. ‘Bugsy Malone’ is musical  loosely based on events in New York and Chicago between 1920-1931 during Prohibition and echoes the exploits of […]

     
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  • Henry Chadwick Visit for Independent Research Project

    Henry Chadwick Visit for Independent Research Project

    Year 5 & 6 students from Henry Chadwick Primary School dropped in to use the library to research their projects on ‘Events  That Shook the World’. The students were researching key events – ranging from the Titanic to World War Two – and producing PowerPoint presentations to present their findings. […]

     
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