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OUTLOOK The Newspaper of The City of Ely Community College

Issue 47

Summer Term, 2010

In this edition!

Marcus Sedgwick visits Page 4

Our very own Clever Geckos Page 7

Letter from the Principal


News from the LRC


What’s the Solution


History special


Charity News...

12 ...and much more!

Paralympics trip Page 15

Young Co-op Page 5 Battlefields trip Page 8

Bugsy review Page 11 Yr10 & 11 in Berlin Page 8

Sport Relief Page 12


providing them with the right support and training on the job. And finally, ensuring that all children benefit from getting the best possible teaching.

My agenda in this respect is borne out by the findings of some very important research by McKinsey & Company, a large global research and consultancy business. They examined the world’s best performing school systems to find out what they do that makes them so successful. The results clearly indicated that three things make all the difference, regardless of the culture in which they are applied. Firstly, getting the right people to become teachers. Secondly,

Now, my belief is that what is true for school systems is also true for schools. Starkly, the research found that the effect of good quality teaching quality is profound. The graph shows that two students performing equally well at age 8 will, by the age of 11, perform very differently if they have experienced the best and the worst teaching respectively. I am absolutely committed to ensuring our teaching is of the highest standards, which is why we are investing so much time in professional development, and in recruitment. So when I’m asked by colleagues on a Friday afternoon why I’ve been in interviews flat out since Monday morning, my answer is clear.

Recruiting the very best... ’ve been spending a lot of time recently in interviews, recruiting new teachers and managers to the school, and promoting some of our existing staff to new positions. It’s been very hard work, but extremely rewarding. One thing I can say with my hand on my heart is that every single one of the people who made it through did so not just because they were the pick of the bunch, but because the selection panels felt they have what it will take to meet the challenges ahead. In some cases, where we felt none of the candidates were up to the job, we turned them all down, preferring to bide our time rather than sell ourselves short. This is important, because there is no place in our plan for the uncommitted, or for those that don’t meet our high standards. The path to improvement we have mapped out is going to be tough going, and will require great commitment, high performance, and lots of enthusiasm from everyone – students, staff, managers and leaders.




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Make Your Mark Year 8 trip he Make Your Mark initiative from Enterprise UK and The Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Enterprise Learning Partnership gave 10 enterprising students and 2 Business Studies teachers from City of Ely Community College the opportunity to attend the free Make Your Mark event held on Friday 21st May at Cambridge Golf Club in Hemingford Abbots.


The morning was packed full of fun enterprise activities and challenges, and Make Your Mark Ambassadors and Business Volunteers were invited along to share their success story and offer useful advice. The students from City of Ely Community College demonstrated how enterprising they were when two of the group were in the winning team and received awards at the end of the event for coming up with a unique promotional campaign for their super hero. Laura Nicolajsen was one of the students chosen to attend the event. She said: “On Friday 21st May, 10 students from year 8 were chosen to go on an enterprise activity at Cambridge Golf Club in Hemingford Abbots. Mark Warrick, CEO and Gemma Gardiner, Communications Director of Kaboom Creative came to speak to us about how he started up Kaboom Creative and Busking Cancer. We soon moved on to a challenge of making up a super hero as part of Kaboom’s new project. The best idea from the day would be used in the project. The Superhero project was to have someone that a county could complain or give praises to so that improvements could be made. We also had a competition on which group could make the most leapfrogs. The leapfrogs represented a business being overtaken by another business. The group with the most leapfrogs won. We then had lunch, which was very nice. We could catch up with friends and tell them about the things we had enjoyed. After lunch we had one final talk hosted by ‘Enterprise UK’ and we were off back to school just in time for period 5.” It was a huge success enjoyed by teachers and students alike and demonstrated just how enterprising young people can be when given the opportunity.


NEWS FROM THE LRC Visiting author

Carnegie Shadowing Group

uring the afternoon of the 24th May, the author Marcus Sedgwick visited the College to talk about his new book Revolver and hold a Creative Writing workshop for a group of students. The students who attended this event came from years 7 through to 11 and all regularly attend Reading Group, Creative Writing Group and are taking part in the Carnegie Shadowing Group.


his year, a group of 18 students are meeting weekly to shadow the Carnegie Award. This involves reading the 8 fiction books shortlisted and deciding which they feel should win this prestigious award. As a registered shadowing group, they have a section allocated on the national website at: index.php


Marcus talked to the students about the research for his book and his approach to writing novels. He then helped them create a piece of writing based on a newspaper article. Marcus’s new book Revolver has been shortlisted for the Carnegie Award.

Have a look and read their reviews. Students involved will be attending an event held in the LRC on the final day of this event to cast their vote for their favourite book.

Craft Club new club has started meeting every Monday in the LRC from 3.15pm to 4pm. Students are learning to knit. All students across the College are welcome to join and try this satisfying hobby. It is proving very popular and we hope to try crochet in the future.


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NEWS FROM THE LRC Young Co-Operative tudents take part in the Young Co-Operative for one year, during Year 8. This year’s students are getting ready to hand over to a new group of students. They were recently invited to hold an assembly for students at Ely St John’s School about Fair Trade. The Young Co-Operative explained to the students what Fair Trade is and why it is important. They also presented a play showing how everyone can help by making the choice to buy Fair Trade when they go shopping.


The assembly ended with all students joining in with a verse about Fair Trade. The Young Co-Operative enjoyed this opportunity to talk to younger students about what they do and are grateful to Ely St John’s for inviting them to visit.

Reading Challenge


he winners of the Reading Challenge are:

Joseph McLeish Jordan Russell Elizabeth Ferla Georgina Fletcher These students read 12 books from 12 different genres to receive a book token. We will be running the Reading Challenge again next year, and hope that even more students will take up the challenge.

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What’s the Solution? The Great Debate Natural resources are running out ... how will we power the world in the future? How will we protect East Anglia and the Fens from rising water levels? As our capabilities for destroying each other develop, how do we stop the human race destroying itself? What will the school of the future look like? These are just some of the urgent global questions tackled by students from City of Ely Community College and King’s Ely at the ‘What’s the Solution’ debate on Friday 2 July. Teams from years 7, 8 and 9 at both schools had been researching one particular issue and preparing their ‘pitch’ for a few weeks, but the event, held in the Learning Resource Centre, was their opportunity to make their case heard. Each team presented their pitch to Catherine Jenkinson-Dix and Sue Freestone, Principals at City of Ely Community College and King’s Ely respectively, and their Chairs of Governors, Bill Harrison and Richard Slogrove. Catherine Jenkinson-Dix said “The quality of entries this year was outstanding. The students had really engaged with their ‘issue’ and come up with some highly innovative solutions. In the end we couldn’t decide between the two top teams and awarded them both with joint first prize. My thanks go to all the students who took part, and to all the staff who worked hard to make the event such a great success.”

NFTE and BTEC extra curricular success hiannon Hope, pictured receiving her certificate from the Principal, along with seven other year 11 students has passed the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship Course in ‘Preparing for Enterprise’. This shows that students have: • Developed and implemented a business idea • Engaged in a selling activity • Presented a business plan


This is a course that is run as an extra curricular activity along with the BTEC in ‘Enterprising Skills’ with the year 10 and 11 G&T students. These courses show students how they can start and run a small business, what the characteristics of a successful entrepreneur are and how to recognise and evaluate business opportunities, to calculate return on investment, to utilize an income statement, to develop and make presentation and to produce a business plan. As part of the NFTE programme the students have to set up and run their own businesses and sell their products in the college. One group produced cookies which they sold to very eager consumers, selling out as soon as their goods went on sale and the other were selling socks and leg warmers. Both groups sold all their items and made a profit on their initial investments.



SIXTH FORM NEWS Ely Sixth Form College – Prizewinners 2010

Future business leaders The highlight of the 6th Form Conference day on 6 July was a Dragons’ Den style competition, where teams of students pitched their ideas for a new business to a business expert, Rupert Wilkey, Managing Director of Clever Gecko. Clever Gecko generously provided a prize worth £750, comprising help to develop a business plan, designing and hosting a website and help with marketing and finance. Mark Sirot-Smith, Director of Sixth Form at Ely College commented: “As anyone in business knows, many of the best and most creative ideas for start-ups come from young people whose imaginations have yet to be ‘managed’ by bosses and limited by accepted practices. This is why we’re so excited by this year’s business competition, and in particular by the support package provided by Clever Gecko. With their help, there’s a very real possibility that our winning team will go on to form a profitable business.” Speaking on the day, Rupert Wilkey added: “The quality of some of the concepts presented by students today were outstanding. But we had to select a winner, and felt just had the edge. It has the potential to address a real need for students at the school now, and in the future, and I hope to have the opportunity to help these young people if they decide to form a business. We believe everyone has the potential to start and run their own business, which is why we are delighted to support events like this.” Rupert also wanted to acknowledge the hard work of the runners up, especially Life Works, who overcame their personal hurdles and found the courage and self-belief to stand up and present their superb business idea, and Bingo Bonanza, a duo who gave 100% despite being ‘abandoned’ by the rest of their team. These two teams and Service Search were awarded with special Commendation Awards for their hard work and effort. To find out more about Clever Gecko, see<>

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H I S TO RY S P E C I A L Battlefields Trip n Thursday, November 26th we departed from the College at 6.30 a.m. and arrived in Calais at 13.15 (European Time). The first hotel we went to was called Hotel Poppies d’Albert in Albert. Whilst we were in Albert we visited Notre Dame de Loretta, where 40,000 troops are buried in both marked graves and ossuaries (mass burial pits). There was also an exhibition of 2000 First World War items and a reconstruction of trenches and dugouts. On Friday we visited the statue of the ‘Golden Virgin’, which is on top of the Tower of the Basilica in Albert. Then we visited Lochnagar Crater, which is the largest mine crater in the world. After that we went to Thiepval (The Memorial to the Missing) where there are 73,400 names engraved on white plaques, the brave soldiers who died between 1916-1917 and have no known graves. Afterwards we went to Newfoundland Park where we saw the ‘Tree of Death’ and had a tour of the underground tunnels. We also went to the Menin Gate in Ypres for the Last Post ceremony.


The second hotel we went to was called Hotel Oude Abdji in Lo-Reninge. On Saturday we went into Ypres again to visit the exhibition of ‘Flanders Fields’ in the Cloth Hall. We also went to the Menin Gate and the Leonidas chocolate shop. After that we went to Tyne Cot Cemetery, which is the largest British military cemetery and has over 45,000 soldiers buried there. Finally we went to the german cemetery at Langemark, which is a very sombre and forbidding place. Abby Lawrence (9A)

Years 10 and 11 go to Berlin n Thursday 11th March Year 10 and 11 GCSE History students made their way to Berlin in order to further their studies on their in-depth Germany paper. We flew from Luton airport to find cold weather in Berlin. We visited lots of iconic places including the Brandenburg Gate, Sachenhausen Concentration camp and saw parts of the remaining Berlin Wall. We even climbed up to the top of the Reichstag Government building and saw some beautiful sights over the whole of the city. We thoroughly enjoyed the trip which also included some time to watch a Hertha Berlin match which took place in the 1936 Berlin Olympics stadium! The students managed to follow the green cross code which is easy when you look out for the Ampelmann signs! While the students stuck to their nutritional diet of sweets and MacDonald’s, the staff tried out some traditional German food including currywurst which Mr Stoneman and Mr Whales especially enjoyed! I’m certain that all of the students took invaluable information from our visit, which I hope they remembered to include in their paper 1 GCSE!



H I S TO RY S P E C I A L Year 8 Holocaust Talk n History we’ve been studying the Holocaust and were lucky enough to have a talk with a Holocaust survivor called Henri Obstfeld. He told us about his experiences of the Holocaust and what happened to him after being separated from his parents for 4 years while they hid in secret in Amsterdam. They had to give him away to some non-Jewish friends who looked after him. It was an interesting experience and helped us to gain a better understanding of life during the Holocaust. Manisha Badwal & Jonah Balmford


Conference days at Ely e hold conference days for all students three times a year. During these days, which are supported by a range of sponsors and supporting agencies, students receive sessions to develop their knowledge and understanding of topics related to Citizenship, PSHE and Careers. The programme is varied and many outside agencies are invited into the college to share their expertise on the topics the students are covering.


The most recent event, held in March, saw the year 7s celebrating differences, looking at how we perceive other cultures and ways of life. Year 8 worked on the ‘Real Game’, looking at different jobs which could lead them to the style of life they had decided they wanted and how they could carry on with different methods of training and development after school to achieve this. Two of the college staff explained to the students how they had gone through different jobs and training to be where they are now, one of whom was a professional hockey player before going into teaching. Year 9 had a session on sex and relationships which was run by our own team of experts from the Science department. This included a session from Drinksense to show how alcohol can affect their relationships and their resistance, and from a theatre group who gave an improvisation and question session on how relationships can affect people. This was extremely well received by the students. Year 10 were working on WEX Ability which is a programme which prepares students for their work experience placements, while year 11 had their final session so it was important that they were given information that would assist them in their future lives and help relieve some of the pressure they would be feeling. To this end we ran a programme on Money Management, Debt Management, Reflexology, Yoga, First Aid and Study Skills.



Review of Ely Community College’s production of Bugsy Malone on the 30th March 2010 he City of Ely Community College chose a fine musical for their show held at the Community College. Bugsy Malone gave them every opportunity to display the talent of these young performers.


The leads in this production were outstanding. Bugsy Malone (Duncan Earlam) swaggered confidently about the stage, drawing us inextricably into his world of dangerous living. His charisma, timing and clear delivery helped create a credible and winning personality. Blousy Brown (Scarlet East) matched Duncan’s performance particularly well. Her fine singing, humorous characterization and delightful moments of dramatic vigour added spice to the plot. Fat Sam (Jamie Smith) blustered eloquently as he tried to overcome his mounting troubles and complained bitterly about the noises made by Knuckles (Pawel Kalasa). Tallulah (Chloe Van Putten) made an attractive girl friend while Dandy Dan (Stephen Perry) was a splendid adversary, his fine demeanour setting him apart. A plethora of ‘stiffs’, splurge guns, custard pies and ‘scraps’ moved the plot along well – a testament to the expertise of the Director Lloyd Popp, the dedication and hard work of the whole cast and the efficiency of stage props. Some of the most notable highlights also included rousing choruses especially the final You Give a Little Love, moving solos especially Tomorrow sung by Fizzy (Lauren Harrington), some excellent dancing and choreography (thanks to the Artistic Director Ceris Eveleigh), delightful costumes and a resourceful stage set. This was a splendid evening’s entertainment. Rosemary Westwell (as published in the Ely Standard)

EURO DISNEY HERE WE COME! party of 43 year 7 students took part in a visit to Euro Disney in June. This supported the work they had been doing on Tourism and Leisure in their Business Studies lessons. During the visit they spent the day in the park going on as many rides as they could and ‘stitched up’ the group leader by volunteering for her to go into the stage coach as part of the Wild West Show. Here Mrs Curry was abducted by robbers and tied up before being rescued by the Seventh Calvary and Buffalo Bill, much to the delight of the students. On the return journey the students visited Cite Europe where they were able to experience a large French shopping area before catching the ferry back to England. When asking one student what they had thought of the trip the reply came, ‘I was told it was amazing, it wasn’t. It was AMAAAAZING!’


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CHARITY NEWS SPORT RELIEF n Friday, March 19th, a series of a one-mile fun runs were organised for Sport Relief by Sixth Form P.E. students. They were run in many forms, including 3-legged fancy dress. Students taking part paid an entry fee of £3 each and students had the option to collect sponsorship money if they wished. The entrants received free pair of official Sport Relief socks, along with balloons and stickers, if participating in the mile.


The event raised an excellent £879 and one of the organisers, Year 13 student Matt Hobbs said “We are very pleased with the result because we put a lot of effort into promoting the event and want to thank everyone for their support.”

OTHER EVENTS n March 31st Anne-Marie Burford raised £70 for MacMillan Cancer Care in the staffroom as the result of a Coffee Morning. The kitchen held a Christian Aid soup lunch also in March which raised £41.


FORTHCOMING EVENTS here’s few of us could failed to have noticed by now that Rachel Daft is climbing Kilimanjaro in August to raise money for ‘Children in Crisis’. Her goal is to raise £4,000, so she is being very creative in her fundraising efforts, shamelessly exploiting the enthusiasm and ability of students here at the school, and tempting them with the promise of fancy dress discos and non-uniform days. To find out more or donate to this great cause, see


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Gifted and Talented exchange For the first time we have run a Gifted and Talented exchange with Witchford Village College. 14 of our Year 9 students participated in 2 separate afternoons of skills development and competition. The first of these was at the Witchford Village College where students learnt the rules and skills of Table Tennis. The Witchford students then came to Ely and learnt the Basics of Volley Ball. Students picked up the concept of both games very well. It was especially impressive considering that both schools were attempting a sport that they had little experience in prior to the exchange. Well done to all those who participated.

Virtual Athletics As part of the SSCo Partnership City of Ely Community College ran a Virtual Athletics Festival. 120 students from surrounding primary schools attended the festival and participated in a range of skill agility test. They competed in teams of 5 and completed a range of test including balance, accuracy, speed agility and speed bouncing. Our year 9 students helped run the day and did and exceptional job communicating with the primary students and successfully recording results!!

SIS Hours Our students are still registering their hours with the Step into Sport initiative and we would like to congratulate them on their generosity and willingness to give time to sport and the community. They are Ellena Barnes-Weston (117 hrs), Michael Smith (79 hrs), Sophie Thompson (63 hrs), Hannah Brown (58 hrs), and Danielle Yates (47 hrs).

Ski Trip 2010 During February half term, the College ski trip returned to Tonale, Italy. 4 members of staff accompanied 29 students to participate in skiing or snowboarding. There were a number of students new to the sports and many returning had been before. All students progressed fantastically, developing their skills and tricks. The week started bright and sunny, with snow falling towards the end of the week. On the last day, students got to ski in some tough snowy conditions, which just gave the likes of Sophie Quarrier and Lauren Miller more reason to push on and cut up the slopes. It was brilliant to see the excitement coming from the students, seeing them smiling and laughing continuously, even in their tired states after a long day of skiing, in the apre ski activities. In the evening, students took part in bum boarding, ice skating, went for a pizza night and disco and ended with presentation evening to celebrate their success!

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S P O RT S Year 7 Rugby Stars Congratulations to the Year 7 Rugby team for winning the District League, on top of a Rugby 7â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tournament and the District tournament, where they qualified for county. The boys have gone from strength to strength and finished their League games on a high, winning 90-15 against Neale Wade.

Badminton Success U18 - Jacques Odell-Rourke, Ryan Millar, Patrick Summers and Joe Dalton. Congratulations to these boys for winning the U18 Division 3 Badminton League. Over a period of meetings on Saturdays, the 4 boys played clubs and schools in their division to come out at the end winners!

District Athletics On Wednesday 19th of May, a group of 40 students represented the school in the district athletics. With the competition being so early in the term, pupils were concerned that they had forgotten how to compete but they represented the school exceptionally well, putting in some fantastic performances. Our first and second places were:

Inter-form Winners of Interform, March 2010, for Boys Basketball and Girls Football were: Year 7 1st 2nd 3rd

Boys Basketball E&H A

Girls Football G J E&B

Overall E G J

Boys Basketball F A D&G

Girls Football C F G

Overall A&F

Boys Basketball A E B

Girls Football B E F&D

Overall B&E

1st Places Charlotte Fuller (yr7) - 100m Matt Symons (yr9) - High Jump Tassie Ferentinos (yr9) - 100m

Year 8 1st 2nd 3rd

2nd Places Daniel Gibbs (yr8) - Hurdles and High Jump Jonah Balmford (yr8) - 1500m Katie Turner (yr8) - 200m and Shot Putt Jack East (yr9) - Shot Putt Megan Alexander (yr9) - 200m Helen Johnson (yr9) - Javelin


Year 9 1st 2nd 3rd

Well done to all who took part. Some students were selected to represent the county during the term.



S P O RT S Paralympics World Cup City of Ely took a number of students to Manchester City Arena to see the Paralympics world cup in football. Students got to watch two matches, and try out some activities, such as a climbing wall, wheel chair basketball and 3v3 football.

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All Years All Years Year 7 and 8 Year 8 - 6th form

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Sporting Stars! Since the start of term in September, we have been on the look out for our new Sports Stars. These students show high commitment, good attitude, excellent levels of effort and involvement and help in extra-curricular activities.

Winners for the 2009-2010 Spring term Year Year Year Year

7 Boy - Bailey Yearn 8 Boy - Daniel Gibbs 9 Boy - Joseph Day 10 Boy - Courtney Pettifor

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7 Girl - Eleanor Johnson 8 Girl - Molly Butler 9 Girl - Kayleigh Soanes 10 Girls - Jasmine Turner

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