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Bassetlaw Secondary Boccia Tournament

The Elizabethan recently sent two teams to participate in the Bassetlaw Secondary Schools Boccia Tournament.  Boccia was originally introduced as a Paralympic sport in 1984, but has been gaining popularity in schools among both disabled and able bodied students.

Edinburgh Trip - Activities Week 17 - 20 July 2017

We now only have 9 places available on the Edinburgh trip 17 - 20 July 2017.  The trip is open to all students in Years 7 to 9, so in order to secure a place, please complete the reply slip (see letter below) and return it with your deposit (£100) to the finance office by Wednesday 24 May. This is a visit not to be missed...

Edinburgh Trip Letter

Thought for the Week

"Obstacles don't have to stop you. If you run into a wall, don't turn around and give up. Figure out how to climb it, go through it, or go round it."  Michael Jordan

Thought for the week presentation

Year 11 Leavers Hoodies

If you wish to purchase a 'Year 11 Leavers Hoodie', please do so by clicking on the link below:

http://shop.dactylpublishing.com/hoodies

All orders must be submitted by midnight on Sunday 4th June, any orders placed after this time will not be accepted.  Please note all hoodies will be delivered to the academy for students to collect.

'We are the Champions'

Following their success at the Worksop Festival last month, the Academy Choir returned from the Worksop Festival Winners’ Concert at The Crossing, Worksop, where they gave another awesome performance of Viva La Vida and For Good from the hit musical Wicked.

Debating Victory for Year 9 Students

The Elizabethan Academy’s Year 9 Debating Team have returned victorious from the regional heats of the national “Up For Debate” competition.

The team, consisting of Christopher Wass, Daisie Ellis and Connor Bell, along with members of the debating club, had to prepare two topics for the heats, which were held at Manchester Grammar School last Thursday: whether music and videos with discriminatory lyrics should be banned and whether international adoption should be illegal.

Primary Wellbeing Day

Over 180 children from local primary schools attended a Wellbeing Day at the Elizabethan Academy as part of National World Health Day. The children enjoyed a wide range of activities throughout the day all linked to health and mindfulness.

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