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  • Y12 Geography Field Trip – Flatford Mill

    Y12 Geography Field Trip – Flatford Mill

    In November, the Y12 Geographers spent the week at Flatford Mill in Suffolk.  The Mill lies at the heart of the hamlet of Flatford and appeared in a number of John Constable’s paintings.  We felt lucky to stay in this Grade I listed building, steeped in history and surrounded by […]

     
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  • Team: GK – Rhys Burton, Elliot Gartshore, Sam Hutchison, Lee Hames, Lewis Neil, Robbie Honey, Jack Wright, 
Toma Smith, John Richards, Cameron Snape, Sam Grainger, Jay Harwood and Marcus John.

    U14 Boys Hockey in Narrow 3-2 Defeat

    Friary U14 boys were unlucky not to get a positive result in a tough away fixture to Bishop Vesey School after early slips made away a determined and relentless effort that very early snatched a draw. Friary looked to control the game from the off and tried to put pressure […]

     
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  • Be Healthy – Cooking For One with Entrust

    Be Healthy – Cooking For One with Entrust

    Y13 students took part in a fantastic ‘Cooking for One’; workshop delivered by Entrust which was aimed at teaching students how to prepare simple, cheap meals that are easy to cook when living on a budget at university. The professional chef demonstrated the recipes and then students had the chance […]

     
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  • Christmas Raffle Prizes

    Christmas Raffle Prizes

    Christmas Prize Draw 2016 Prize List Draw to be held on Wednesday 14th December 2016 Christmas Hamper –including a £30 gift voucher from Johnson & Son Traditional Butchers -Yoxall Crate of Prosecco – Worth Brothers Wines Firefly Photography- Family portrait experience and £65 Gift Voucher Emma Bridgewater – Experience day […]

     
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  • Five Alive for U15 Girls Hockey Team

    Five Alive for U15 Girls Hockey Team

    The Friary U15 girls swept aside Denstone in a one sided affair on a cold Wednesday evening. The girls, made up of a mix of Year 8-10 students, put on a dominating display in the first half, applying constant pressure high up the pitch and dictating the play. First half […]

     
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  • U15 Girls Hockey Shine in Tournament

    U15 Girls Hockey Shine in Tournament

    The depth of hockey in the school – with the support of Lichfield Hockey Club – shone through once more when Friary A stormed to victory in a tournament against two strong EDA teams. Highlights included Kayley Smith and Tia Phillips’ combination play, Jess Guest’s and Emily Worth’s goal-scoring, and […]

     
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  • Black Shirts - Harry Crocker, Ed Patstone, Charlie Allarton, Greg Lewis, Jamie Ward, Harry O’Donell, Ethan Oxley
Yellow Shirts - Jack Murphy, Jake Davis-Allsop, Lewis Hoult, Jack Pallentina, Kieron Garcha, Harry Phillips, Zac Douglas-Boisson

    Lichfield Hockey Club Support U13 Boys Hockey

    On Tuesday 8th November the Friary fielded two 7-a-side teams for the local tournament due to such high interest of hockey within the school – with two teams also coming from EDA and a Bishop Vesey team. Friary A & B both performed superbly well with Harry O’Donnell, Charlie Allarton […]

     
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  • Y12 Geographers Step Into Constable’s Haywain

    Y12 Geographers Step Into Constable’s Haywain

    The Y12 Geography field trip is seeing a week long expedition in rural Suffolk and presented the chance to step back into the world of one of Britain’s greatest artists. John Constable’s ‘The Haywain’, currently in the National Gallery in London, is an iconic image of pre-industrial rural England and […]

     
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  • Homage to The Somme – Y9 HLAs on Trench Warfare

    Homage to The Somme – Y9 HLAs on Trench Warfare

    All of us have been touched by the commemorations as we run through the 100 year anniversary of the First World War and the respect paid in recent weeks to those who fell at the Battle of the Somme have been amongst the most heartfelt. The battle was the bloodiest […]

     
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  • Home Learning Assignments – Y7 Go Castle Crazy

    Home Learning Assignments – Y7 Go Castle Crazy

    Year 7 History students have produced some incredible HLAs for their work on ‘Castles’ and even the first renowned castle builder in England, William the Conqueror would have bee hard-pressed to match the standard. Some of the most impressive have included Will Feriday’s ‘Motte & Bailey Cake’ would have come […]

     
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