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Best of the Best Winners

 

Every four weeks we celebrate the top students in each of our colleges based on their Behaviour For Learning grades. These students are not only appropriately equipped for all of their lessons but their behaviour is outstanding. They contribute in lessons, they support their peers and their behaviour motivates others to behave well.

 

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UK School Library Award

We are delighted that our LRC (Learning Resource Centre) is the first school library in Cheshire East, and only 1 of 30 nationally, to be awarded a Gold Standard in the SLS – UK School Library Award. Schools Library Service (SLS) regulate the national self-assessment process for schools to note their level of achievement in providing library facilities, their library’s commitment to supporting teaching and learning and reading for pleasure.

Our LRC celebrated its’ 20th Anniversary in October last year, when students took part in a variety of activities to remember the history of the development of the LRC and to recognise and celebrate the LRC as a valuable and beneficial resource to the school. Students from ages 11-18 use the LRC to complete homework, private study and read for pleasure daily, as well as regular reading lessons for years 7-8, and is an asset which is very much used and appreciated.

Mr Middlebrook said “This is fantastic achievement for our LRC and the staff and students involved in running it. Our LRC is a real ‘jewel in the crown’ for us at Alsager, very few schools have such a vibrant, busy, well resourced and well managed library. This award is richly deserved and I must publicly thank Mrs Griffiths and Mrs Downey for all their hard work in leading our LRC, along with the large team of students (past and present) who help run this brilliant facility.”  

 

Maths Feast

Four of our year 10 students recently attended a regional Maths Feast competition at Keele University designed to challenge the most able 1-2% nationwide – so it is not easy! It requires a huge amount of problem-solving, application and independence of thought. It requires a real commitment to mathematics both in and out of school.

Mr Askew said: “Out of about 30 schools in our region (including private schools) they won the competition.Not only that, but they won by a massive gap, winning every single round and achieving a perfect score in 2 rounds.We are so proud of these students”.

Maths Feast

Year 8 Options Information

Please download the Year 8 Options Booklet and Options List below: 

 

 

 

For those who were not able to attend the Options Presentation Evening which took place on Wed, 6th February, please download the presentation file below: