Sharing news and stories of Alsager still in action! Please send in your own image and message using the form below: br> Upload your photo (Max size 2MB) br> br> br> Your Message ( (Max length 200 characters) br> br> Please leave this field empty. Well done to year 7 student, Olivia, who has dedicated her creation to her Nanna who is a nurse – well done Olivia! Tourist leaflet for the Golden Temple by Archie Another eggcellent entry for our challenge – the NHS eggs are from Ruby in year 7 Another amazing culinary creation by one of our Y7 Spanish students! ¡ Bien hecho! Dylan. Las tapas parecen deliciosas. Great work on the Three Refuges and a Buddhist Guide to Happiness from Freya and Scarlett in Year 8Great work on the Three Refuges and a Buddhist Guide to Happiness from Freya and Scarlett in Year 8 The Challenge – to make a summary page using less than 25 words:Here is an Outstanding example from Ruby in Year 7 Ellie in Year 7 has been busy researching French recipes and chose to make these French lemon biscuits which look delicious. New series of Eggwars starring Chewcracker, Master Yolkda and Han Shelo. Miss Taylor is impressed with Eti’s ‘Design your own country’ competition and can see that he has incorporated map symbols, which he learned about during the ‘Mapping Madness’ topic last last term. A Level Psychology Teacher, Miss Taylor had a cracking time creating the father of Psychoanalysis, ‘Sigmund Fried’! Excellent and skilful drawing by Sophie in year 7. Basing her experimental drawing off the artist Michael Landy. Well done Sophie! ~ Miss Brittain A fractal is a complicated pattern in maths built from simple repeated shapes that are reduced in size every time they are repeated. There are lots of fractals in nature, including clouds and the bark of trees. I wonder if you can find any fractals in your home or garden? Alsager Workout of the Week 2 is here! Enjoy the challenge and keep active!! Stay safe!! Alsager WOW Week 2Alsager Workout of the Week 2 is here! Enjoy the challenge and keep active!! Stay safe!!Posted by Alsager School on Monday, March 30, 2020 Alsager Workout of the Week 2 is here! Enjoy the challenge and keep active!! Stay safe!! Thank you NHS – Doctor Yolkstein, Nurse Shelly & Patient Humpty Miss Howlett’s cat is overseeing all work taking place today – he’s a very harsh critic!La paella de Eliza – ¡riquísimo! Maths Challenge week 2: Can you complete Mrs Terry’s Sudoku puzzle?Psychology and Criminology students enjoyed taking part in ‘The Forensic Experience’ live on Saturday morning and got a special mention and praise from Hayley Scott, a former CSI. Quote of the day from the RE department Lauren being helped with her electrolysis work by Loki Remembering to practice good hygiene during revision/ work.Remembering to practice good hygiene during revision/ work.Music ILA in the sunshine with my little sister. Here’s the solution to Mrs Terry’s Math’s ‘spot the mistake’ challenge from Monday. Watch this space for more Maths puzzles! 11DCX have been asked to email in their answer to the question ‘If you could only listen to one song for the rest of your life, what would it be?’ Some answers include I’m Gonna Be by The Proclaimers, Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond and Aeroplanes by B.O.B. An interesting and varied playlist so far! Miss Holton has decided to create an African inspired egg (or yai in Swahili) because her father is from Tanzania. What do you call an egg who likes to go on Safari? ….. An EggsplorerA RE-ally good team RE meeting this morning with Mrs Skingle, Mrs Mitchell, Ms Hennessy-Jones and Miss Holton.First Entry to – Alsager School Eggcellent Challenge “Fried Fregg”Excellent work on a Sikh wedding from Olivia year 7. Well done! Mrs Skingle is multi-tasking whilst marking A level essays #alsagerstillatwork One of the tasks for language students is to research a foreign artist and create your own artwork inspired by them. Mrs Brazier loved receiving Jasmine’s Picasso inspired artwork. Trying to teach an old dog new tricksEven Mrs Rawlins’ dog Lily is planning her day with periods of work at a desk and relaxation and exercise on a daily timetable.Photography Challenge entry captured by Matthew Shirley Our ‘Alsager Still at Work’ Gallery The History Department have been missing each other, so we caught up on a group chat to discuss who was the greatest Briton. Why not make contact with friends and family and try it yourself! “Budding Geographers,This might be of interest to you!https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2020/mar/23/coronavirus-pandemic-leading-to-huge-drop-in-air-pollution#Geographersatwork #Geographyathome Mrs King has her Chief Canine Mathematician overlooking the work she sends her year 11s and 8s this morning. Strict orders being given!Thoughtful Thursday with 9LHN – take a look at an inspirational quote, what does this mean to you? Also we can see what was going on this week in history!Mrs Preston from TLC has students having fun with the 30 day Lego Challenge and has already had a photo of Matthew’s roller coaster. Join Mrs Doughty for the first Workout of the Week WOW #1.Join Mrs Doughty for the first Workout of the Week WOW #1.Tag us in your #healthyselfie3 times a week is the aim!Posted by Alsager School on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 Join Mrs Doughty for the first Workout of the Week WOW #1.Tag us in your #healthyselfie3 times a week is the aim! Mrs Allan-McLean has hosted a virtual LRC reading lesson with class 7X/E3Mrs Brazier’s translation challenge for year 8 French – #AlsagerStillAtWork https://www.alsagerschool.org/alsagerstillatwork/Mrs Jennings Creating Year 8 resources and practising her recording skills drawing in the style of artist Henri Matisse. Mrs J’s Challenge: Could you create and post your own portrait in this style?Mrs J’s Challenge: Could you create and post your own portrait in this style?Check this out for our Geograohy departmentCan you spot the ‘math’s mistake’ on the chalkboard? Day 1 and our first winner in Applied Science Year 12, Congratulations Cameron!Mr Ramsay’s home office set up and running, don’t know how long the treat bowl will last!