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Years 1 to 6 Going for Gold

Pupils in Years 1 to 6 took part in the annual ‘Going for Gold’ running event at Harvey Hadden yesterday. The format of the event was for children to try to complete 1, 2 or 3 laps of the course. Mordecai, Oliver and George ran 9 kilometres!



Year 9 Drama Workshop at Nottingham Playhouse

Pupils in Year 9 have been looking at conflict in their Drama lessons. This afternoon, we went to Nottingham Playhouse to take part in a drama workshop with Martin Berry (Head of Participation at Nottingham Playhouse) to explore the topic further.

With Toy Story 4 currently showing in the cinemas, what better example of dramatised conflict to work with than a squabbling scene from Toy Story 1 between Woody and Buzz? We had great fun acting this out.

We noticed that there is a pattern in drama where repetition is used to demonstrate or exacerbate conflict. In an argument, you’ll often hear a word strongly repeated back from what the other person has said in the dialogue.

Woody: “It’s all your fault!”
Buzz: “MY FAULT?”

Thank you to Nottingham Playhouse for enriching learning for pupils at Hollygirt School and for the amazing work they do for the wider community.


Year 10 Dorset Residential

The Year 10 geographers arrived safely in Dorset yesterday for their residential. It was pizza for tea followed by games on the lawn of Leeson House Field Studies Centre. The sun is shining bright today and the fieldwork has commenced! We will be returning to Hollygirt on Friday 21st June at approximately 9.30pm.


Year 5 and 6 Football

Our Year 5 and 6 Football Team played against Dixie Grammar School yesterday at the Brendan Lawrence Centre. We won 14-1! Every player including our goal keeper scored. Well done.


Year 1 and 2 Southwell Minster

Pupils in Year 1 and 2 went on a Time Travelling Pilgrimage Day at Southwell Minster yesterday.

We role played a Christian wedding and our bride was wearing pink wellington boots with her dress. We hear it’s the latest trend in bridal fashion! We then went outside to look closely at the magnificent Minster to see what shapes we could see. After that, we listened to talk about The Last Supper and tasted some bread. Finally, we touched the sculptures depicting the Easter story which were designed to help people who are visually impaired.

Thank you to Mrs Jackson, Mrs Sowerby and Mrs Davies for accompanying us.

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