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A big thank you to Honor Poulton from Gentoo for nominating pupils for a PoSBO Award.
Whilst we did not win, it is a great honour to be shortlisted. It also shows how hard pupils have been working to develop intergenerational links in the local community; visiting Peacehaven care home, leaf clearing around elderly peoples’ bungalows; litter picking in the local area. People have commented on what a fantastic job pupils have been doing and what a positive image they promote of St Robert’s.
The ceremony was attended by Ashiya and Hannah (Y8)
During PSHE, Year 10 students have been learning about Enterprise. Volunteers from the Young Enterprise scheme came into school to speak to pupils about interview technique, managing their money, avoiding debt and consumer rights and responsibilities.
“Young Enterprise was really good as we got to learn real life lessons; things we will need to use later. I enjoyed the activities, especially the games such as ‘Spinvestment’”. (Adrian, Y10)
The Young Enterprise team will also be coming in to speak to Year 11 during PSHE later this year. A big thank you for all their time.
Here is what’s on at St Roberts this year:-
Year 7 go into the mid-season break sitting at the top of the league table. A fantastic 5-2 win away at Biddick this week maintained their unbeaten start. A big congratulations to all the players involved, they’ve represented the school fantastically both on and off the pitch in all of their games so far.
Keep up to date with our progress in the league at:-
On Thursday 26th September, our fabulous MFL department provided us all with coffee, croissants and crepes at break time to celebrate this year’s European Day of Languages. Merci beaucoup tout le monde!!
Tutor groups completed a quiz on Europe in registration and sixth form linguists enjoyed an informative talk about language degree options from two members of staff at the University of Warwick who had made a special visit to St Robert’s to mark European Day of Languages. 8S also impressed the university tutors when they took part in a taster Italian class and proudly demonstrated their excellent pronunciation of food items and how to order them in a restaurant