• Daily Mirror - Next Gen articles and interview 'School was like my second home and I feel like I've lost a year of my life'. Two students from Holyhead School, Birmingham, told the Mirror Online how they are finding schooling in lockdown and what they hope for their education post-pandemic. Also, find links to the following stories at Next-Gen Daily Mirror article: Worried teens ask Rebecca Long-Bailey if it's safe to return to school in lockdown By Alesha, Nina & Kiran https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/worried-teens-ask-rebecca-long-22070508 Two teens talk about the impact of lockdown on their mental health By Natasha Hemraze & Amrita Matharu https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/two-teens-talk ...
    Posted Jun 3, 2020, 7:27 AM by Unknown user
  • Year 11 Intervention Classes - Spring Term 2020 Intervention Classes begin at 3:30 pm and students should go there straight after their last lesson.  Students should not leave the site and then come back for intervention.If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Mr Lovell (Associate Vice Principle) or Mrs Parker (Head of Year 11).
    Posted Mar 4, 2020, 6:14 AM by Unknown user
  • RSA8 Cohort: 2019 - 2020 The RSA8 Leadership Programme was founded in 2014 to help develop leadership and entrepreneurial skills in students through a variety of social action campaigns. The project centres around giving 10 students in Year 8 the opportunity to raise awareness of and support local and global social issues important to them, such as climate change, mental health and poverty. Holyhead School continues to provide its pupils with student leadership opportunities through a range of youth-led social action initiatives. Here we share a guest case study from Alka Mistry, Community & Events Manager, and RSA8 Lead at Holyhead School.
    Posted Feb 14, 2020, 1:11 AM by Unknown user
  • Pulse magazine - Enrichment at Holyhead Pulse Magazine - Spring 2020 Pulse Magazine - Autumn 2019 Pulse Magazine - Summer 2019 Spring 2019 Edition
    Posted Apr 3, 2020, 8:18 AM by Unknown user
  • The Chineke Foundation    A Quartet of musicians from the internationally renowned Chineke Orchestra visited Holyhead school on Wednesday 12th June, to deliver a classical music workshop for Year 8 and 9 students. The Chineke! Foundation was established in 2015 to provide career opportunities to young Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) classical musicians in the UK and Europe. Chineke!’s motto is: ‘Championing change and celebrating diversity in classical music’. The organisation aims to be a catalyst for change, realising existing diversity targets within the industry by increasing the representation of BME musicians in British and European orchestras. Our students were both encouraged to seek a career as a professional musician, as well as the possibility of doing so, particularly as a classical musician ...
    Posted Apr 3, 2020, 8:13 AM by Unknown user
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