Arfan from the Co-Op came in today and did lots of jobs, much appreciated by all of us!
Today, Jaspreet and Will from Tesco Warwick came in to Northleigh to present our work experience participants with their certificates and gifts! It was so great to hear about everything they have been up to during their work experience placements, from mock interviews to organising dot com deliveries for Tesco customers and working on the shop floor dealing with the public. We are so proud of our students for taking part in this programme and we hope that they have gained invaluable new skills and we cannot thank Jaspreet enough for her commitment to this project.
We would like to say a huge thank you to this organisation who very kindly donated Northleigh £1000! The money has been used towards our new music room fund and will be a great help, thank you from all here at Northleigh House School.
ESRC challenged young people to take a photograph that demonstrates what better lives means to them.
The photographic competition ‘Better Lives’, asked 14 to 18-year-olds to explore creatively the relevance of studying many different aspects of society to improving lives. At work, in school or college, at home and within our communities, social science affects us all every day.
Lewis was commended for his self portrait, ‘From Tourettes to Triumph’ and exhibited in the Espacio Gallery, London along with the competition winners.
Here is his supporting statement of entry for his image:
‘I am the UK u20 champion at Shot Put! I was only 16 years old this day made me so happy to compete against older people and still come out on top! I was out of school for 2 years due to being bullied about my Tourettes. When I was standing there at the European Championships in Hungary I realised how much I had overcome to get to that moment and this made me very proud because I proved that anything is possible and how even if people knock you down you can rise up and achieve your goals.’
See more images from the exhibition here:
Booney of SPK Foundation gave us £2,500 so that we could upgrade the telephone system and we can now hear and be heard on the phone which is such an improvement on before. Big thank you.
Our students here at Northleigh have been taking beautiful photographs signifying the signs of Spring over the past few weeks. We have (with difficulty!) managed to narrow down the entries of wonderful photographs to 4 very special winning images.
Limited edition prints available for £15. Please email Scarlett, head of Photography to order yours.
Come along to our Photography Exhibition and Summer Fete taking place on Saturday 6th July to see more incredible work!
Our annual Summer Fete and Photography Exhibition showcasing our students incredible work has been announced for 2019! Taking place on Saturday 6th July, make sure to add the date to your diaries to attend Northlegh’s biggest event of the year organised by our staff and students.