Kirklees College Hospitality department invited ‘budding chefs’ from schools in Kirklees to take part in the ‘Show Stopper Challenge’. The students had two hours to create four portions of a show stopper dessert and sweet sauce. Entries were judged on taste, appearance, originality, seasonality, cost, use of local produce, working practices and cleanliness
Two students from SNHS were entered into heat 1 on Thursday 7th May.
They both did really well and we are very proud of them.
Khizar Asghar did very well but, unfortunately, he has not made it into the finals.
Iman Dar was successful and has a place in the finals on 23rd June.
Trampolining has finished for the Summer but there are many other activities you can get involved in at lunch and after school
On Wednesday 6th May, a team from British Aerospace Engineering and the RAF came to school to deliver a STEM Roadshow to Year 7 pupils. A range of amazing Engineering and Science demonstrations were shown and some of our pupils were able to get involved with the demonstrations as well. The event culminated in the use of a Tesla coil in a Faraday cage, producing high voltage electricity to the tune of "3 Blind Mice".
Over the last couple of weeks Election fever has gripped the school with SNHS running its own mock election organised by Mr Butler, Mr Flaherty and Mr Davies from the PSHCE Department. Assemblies have been held with all year groups in which pupil representatives from all the major parties presented the issues and policies for all to hear. For The Conservatives there was Will Schofield, for The Greens it was Maegan Jones, for Labour we had Malachy Sunderland (aptly named after a safe Labour seat!), for UKIP we had George Harle and for the Liberal Democrats it was Freya Priestly. Topics covered included Education, the Economy, Immigration and the Health Service with lively debate taking place on stage giving the audience a feel for what real politics are about.