Tuesday was an extremely busy day for the academy. Key Stage 3 pupils went to Milton Keynes Museum. They saw a Victorian house. It had no electricity. There were lots of different games and they had lunch in a horses stable.
Meanwhile back at school Key Stage 4 pupils took part in Enterprise Day. The winning teams got big boxes of chocolate. The theme this year was creating a music company and making merchandise. They had to present their work to a group of judges.
Mr Selmes, Headteacher, said, “The groups worked well throughout the day and met all of the deadlines. The standard of work and their presentations were amazing. Well done to group 2, Swordfish, who won the afternoon presentation.”
Prizes were donated by local companies.
KS2 held a Literacy enrichment day. Their theme was The Tortoise and the Hare. This story was read and discussed and pupils spent the afternoon on arts and crafts activities.
On Wednesday KS5 went to Bedford and took part in a curling competition. It was a long journey and Mrs Patterson got them lost! They have also had lots of English exams this week and have worked really hard.