We are aware that following an incident on Tuesday 12th July there are rumours, particularly on social media, that the incident was far more serious than it actually was. Please can I assure you that no pupil or teacher was hurt in anyway. No weapons were involved and there were no arrests. A pupil (who the school was asked by Kirklees to try to reintegrate into mainstream education) unfortunately became very agitated and we needed the support of the police to resolve the situation.
The Design and Technology department would like to pass on their congratulations to the Year 11 students who submitted their work to the Honley Show this year. Once again the students excelled in their areas and we had a number of winners.
Katie Scholefield, who won a first prize for her wall hanging based on a Moroccan theme – she gathered research from her school trip to Morocco to inspire her
Genevieve Durrans, who won first prize for her child’s dress based on Nature and was commended on the quality of her product
Freya Priestly, who won first prize for her electronics project a metronome based product to help with her music
Aaisha Sharif, who won second prize for her electronics project which was a board game based product incorporating electronic dice and forfeit
Luke Taylor, who won third prize for his electronics project which was based on an F1 Start Gate.
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