Ulverston Victoria High School EASTER 2011
Journey to Outstanding: “Arrived at Destination Early, Where to Next?!” “Life is a Cabaret!”
Mr Fay writes.......... When we coined the slogan “journey to outstanding” I think others thought we were being at best optimistic and, at worst, foolhardy! However I knew that the status of Outstanding was realistic and I also knew that the school’s capacity for change and growth was amazing. UVHS was a little like a sleeping giant just waiting to be prodded into life before it strode across the landscape gathering pace and momentum. However, even I was surprised by the pace that the giant could generate. There were no faltering steps when the giant burst into life as it was immediately striding across the countryside (sorry I am an English teacher and I can’t resist a metaphor or two!). We are Outstanding because your children are Outstanding and it is a joy to be with them in our school. We are Outstanding because of the support of Outstanding families and because of the Outstanding dedication of our teachers, governors and non‐ teaching staff. Yet Outstanding is a very broad church and we are not complacent. We know there is more work to do and we are far from perfect. There are still many things we wish to make better, many exciting initiatives we want to create. There is still a long way to go for this school which has the potential to be the best of its type in the country. Those of you who know me personally will know that there will be no resting on laurels here because they simply wither away. We have to be always worthy of Patrick Geraghty, the head Ofsted Inspector’s words, when he said “All the Inspectors would send their children to this school and be proud to do so”. Well done everybody. Onwards and upwards.
Do you like our New School Scarves? We are considering the introduction of an optional school scarf, here are our Year 7 “scarfateers”, Rebecca, Jasmine, Beth and Martyna. What do you think?..........
Talented Drama, Music and Dance students from Year 8 to Year 13 took part in a sparkling, successful and sell‐out production of the Kander and Ebb musical “Cabaret!” in Ulverston’s Coronation Hall from 15th to 17th March. Audiences of young and old alike enjoyed the outstanding acting, singing and dancing performances of all involved. The musical, which is set in Berlin in the 1930s, follows the fortunes of American writer Cliff Bradshaw (played by Sam) who falls in love with nightclub singer, Sally Bowles (played by Ellie, right) against the backdrop of the rise of the Nazi movement in Germany. Cliff goes to stay at the rooming house of Fraulein Schneider (played by Lucy) and witnesses her growing attraction to Jewish fruit seller Herr Schultz (played by Jack). James (pictured below) as the MC presided over the cabaret at the Kit‐Kat club, with its glamorous dancers and performers, as the audience experienced at close quarters the treatment of German Jews under Hitler’s Third Reich. More than 140 students were involved in this whole‐school production and Miss Hicks (Director) and Mr Butler (Musical Director) would like to thank the fantastic cast, band, crew and all parents, friends and supporters of the Performing Arts at UVHS for their work and dedication. Claire Bellman, as ever, helped with some wonderful costumes and Debbie Walker‐Menzler helped out with props. Response to the show has been wonderful and a big thank you to everyone who helped in any way! Watch this space for our next production!
“Working 9 ‘till 5” : Our Year 10’s Work Experience Week Once again Work Experience Week has proved highly successful and valuable to our Year 10 students. The students have a enjoyed a wide and varied field of activities working in veterinary practices, film production, hairdressing, building and dental surgeries to name but a few. Many proved themselves as outstanding ambassadors for the school. Employers have made incredible remarks with regards to the enthusiasm, willingness and skills of our students which is a fantastic reflection of the work done here in school and they should be feeling very proud of themselves. Feedback from employers is vital as this can often be referred to when students’ are in Year 11 to support work applications and interviews. This is a vital part of the Year 10 curriculum as it builds on the careers work done at school in Citizenship and tutor time. A huge amount of work goes on behind the scenes in accommodating each and every student so that they can all enjoy their experience. This begins very soon after the last years Work Experience Week is over. This is a reflection of just how much time, effort and organisation goes into it all. Staff endeavour to visit as many students as possible during this time to ensure that all is going well and to discuss and help with any issues that may arise. Many students find it very reassuring to see a friendly face whilst it gives the staff an enormous sense of pride. Well done to Year 10 and a big thank you to all parents for your support!
Years 12 and 13 Historians Pay a Thought Provoking Visit to Poland Thirty eight year 12 & 13 historians have just returned from a fantastic and thought provoking trip to Poland. On Sunday 6th February we flew to Krakow, checked into our hotel and then spent the rest of the day looking around the beautiful old town of Krakow and spending our money on amber jewellery, chess sets and wonderful chocolate. Many students also sampled the delights of Krakow’s great cafes selling many delicious types of hot chocolate and cakes. On Monday we had a walking tour of the city and were taken to many beautiful historical places. We visited old Krakow, Wawel Castle and the cathedral as well as more recent historical sites, such as Schindler’s factory, the site of the old Jewish ghetto and the pharmacy of Dr. Tadeusz Pankiewicz, a Pole who distributed medicine to the Jews of the ghetto. In the afternoon we drove to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Wieliczka salt mine, which was spectacular and intriguing.
Tuesday was the most memorable and moving part of the trip for the students as we had a full study tour of Auschwitz‐ Birkenau, the largest and most notorious of the Nazi extermination camps.
Students experiences are quoted : “An unforgettable trip. I will never experience the feeling I had at Auschwitz ever again. I cannot begin to describe it” “A once in a life time experience and a very important experience” “Tremendously worthwhile” “The most memorable part of the trip was Auschwitz: the piles of hair and the ‘wall of death’ are particularly vivid in my mind” “The atmosphere at Auschwitz was exceptionally harrowing and profoundly shocking”
We rounded off our time in Krakow with a meal at a Jewish restaurant and were entertained with live Klezmer music, which the students really enjoyed. We flew home on Wednesday and lots of students have stopped Ms Lomas to say how much they loved the trip and also how much they were missing Krakow! Thanks to all the students and staff who went and who made the trip such an enjoyable and memorable one.
Cooking Up a Storm!
On Wednesday 16th February Rachel (below left) and Katie This has been a busy term with a languages taster day at the (below right), both from Year 10, took part in the Cumbria University of Central Lancashire attended by 21 Year 9 students Young Chef final competition which was organised by the in January. On the day, students Rotary Club and held at St. Benedict’s School in Whitehaven. sampled an Italian Both students, who study lesson, Chinese GCSE Catering, had been paper cutting and successful winners of the “in‐ Arabic alphabet and school” Master Chef adjectives. All competition which took place students thoroughly before Christmas and so enjoyed it and got qualified for a place. involved in They both had to make a their presenting delicious three course work to other evening meal for two people groups. using some local ingredients‐ all for under £14! At the end of February 45 Year 8 students and six 6th formers Rachel made: Salmon spent an immersion week in Normandy at Château de la Fishcakes with lemon Baudonnière, a residential centre run by French animateurs. There was immersion in the mayonnaise and rocket language and also in salad followed by Chicken the river and mud cooked with tomatoes, during the assault balsamic vinegar and served course! Other on a bed of fresh pasta. activities included Parmesan Mushrooms bread‐making, complimented the main fencing and climbing. course perfectly. She made The Sixth form a mouth watering Damson students had a and Plum Cheesecake for dessert. Katie’s menu was equally separate programme appetising and she made involving speaking exam Butternut Squash Soup and practice, aeroball and a Rosemary bread first. For visit to the local crèperie, the main course she served Pork Steak with a tasty Mushroom as well as an interview sauce placed on top of sweet potato mash. Her dessert was with local firefighters and Rhubarb Crumble and Chantilly cream. a survey at the local There were twelve participants who were very evenly matched market. and although our UVHS contestants didn’t get a top place they All groups enjoyed the made a fantastic effort and represented the school brilliantly. excursions when we Both thoroughly deserved their certificates and gift vouchers. visited the Bayeux
Holidays in Term Time I know there are a lot of pressures on parents that mean they are tempted to take holidays in school time. There is, of course, the financial advantage but also a family holiday time is sometimes determined by the occupation of parents. People also need to ask for holiday time for family celebrations, to support illnesses or other stressful events. Yet is is still my duty as Headteacher to point out the cost to your children’s learning if regular holidays are taken. Over the five years of Key Stages 3 and 4 ten days per year equates to approximately a full term missed. Our statistics tell us that children who miss time from school underachieve in their final examinations and, therefore, do not achieve their full potential when they leave school. Please think very carefully before applying for a Leave of Absence for a holiday. This year we have had 130 applications so far, totalling 503 days absence. Thank you, Mr Fay.
tapestry and Mont St Michel. Everyone felt they had made lots of progress in French from doing all their activities in the foreign language and have come back fluent (well almost). The staff who accompanied them, Mrs Brown, Mr Ford, Miss Glanfield, Mr Green and Miss Drake, were all really impressed by the students’ enthusiasm and willingness to ‘’have a go’’. An exhausting but well worthwhile visit! French and German students are now preparing for GCSE, AS and A level and our after‐school Spanish class will be entered this year for GCSE.
Year 5’s Get a Taste of Things to Come! Whilst Year 10 were out of school on work experience, UVHS opened it’s doors to over 280 Year 5 pupils from primary schools in and between Ulverston and Barrow. Each class came for one day to get an initial taste of secondary school life, following a standard timetable and experiencing lessons all over the school
Year 11 Asdan’s Muncaster Project
Year 11 Asdan students continue to reinforce the links with Muncaster and the World Owl Trust. The last few weeks have seen a lot of renewed activity on the project at Muncaster Castle which the year 11 class of 2009/10 began. This project was to revamp and clean up the pond area in the grounds and turn it into a wildlife garden. February 7th dawned and it was from the onset destined to be a miserable and fairly cold day….or was it? We arrived at Muncaster and were met by the conservation officer for the trust, Hilary Lange, who greeted the students with enthusiasm and proceeded to detail and outline the jobs that were required to be done by the end of the day. The pond island needed rebuilding and the pond needed to be dug out from the winter silt and debris that had accumulated. including full practical This debris would be utilised on the rebuilding of the island. sessions in Science Areas needed clearing of Japanese Knott Weed, and therefore (pictured), Design this meant burning the old stalks which were just coming into Technology and bud to stop them growing for the year. Paths and walkways Physical Education. needed to be built and regenerated, wood chip needed to be The children also got collected and piled up ready for when we make the paths. Also the chance to sample an Insect house on a large scale needed to be built over the next school dinners and few weeks to show the public that you can care for the wildlife completed a quiz which around you with the most simple of designs and smallest gave them the amount of space. opportunity to tour the As can been seen from the picture the team soon got warm by entire school site. All the students seemed to enjoy their day and setting themselves with the various tasks on offer. The working relished the chance to become secondary students, albeit for a ethos of the short time, and we hope that they all left UVHS wanting to come team was a back for more! credit to them and to the school and they English News had achieved Three of our Sixth Form English Language students have been so much by the short listed for the annual Anne Pierson Award for Young end of the day, Writers in Cumbria. much more Year 13 students Caron and Jo and Year 12 student Ross (pictured than Hilary and below) are among just 15 short listed writers from a field of David Armitage hundreds in the whole of the county, and we are incredibly (Collection proud of their achievement. Manager for Ms Nicholls and Miss Smith will be attending the award the Trust) had expected. This working ethos also assisted in ceremony on April 6th, and are hopeful that we might have a turning a cold miserable day at the start into a warm and sunny winner in our midst. day by the afternoon and yes we saw the sun for a while. Some Year 9 Tools were packed and dirty boots were removed prior to the students have been journey home and the feeling of a job well done was echoed working on the many times on the journey home. Darwin Subsequent visits have carried on the itinerary of work being Correspondence undertaken and every time we go I continue to be amazed at Project, based at what the team achieves in the four hours we are there and the Cambridge way they work together to achieve the common goal. University. This has A big thanks to all of you and working with you has been a real involved studying pleasure and this is echoed by all at Muncaster who come some of the letters across you. Well done to all from Mr Smith. that he wrote whilst on the voyage of the Beagle, and when he was writing "The Origin of Species". As part of the Furness Enterprise project, Miss Smith presented Daisy Ball and Adam Bartlett's Thank you to Furness Enterprise who have kindly work at a national conference for English teachers at half term, donated £100 towards the cost of printing this and all of the teachers and researchers who attended were term’s Newsletter. impressed at the quality of their work. Sally Stafford, who is in Furness Enterprise are committed to helping charge of the project at Cambridge, is planning to visit the class companies grow successfully by providing a after Easter to film them at work, and their ideas are likely to find Quality Assured, locally provided, locally focused, simplified enterprise and business support service. their way into classrooms both in this country and abroad.
Rotary Engineering Challenge
On 11th March four Year 9 and four Year 12 students, accompanied by Mr Smith, participated in the Rotary Engineering Challenge. Students had been selected for the event by Mr Dixon and Mr Smith. The only information both members of staff knew was that a tool kit of a few selected items was required and Mr Wearing the technician kindly made the “tool boxes” up to accompany the teams. As soon as we entered Hawcoat Park sports club the students were allocated to a chosen table. Year 9 (Foundation Team) was separate from Year 12 (Advanced Team). Mr Smith was shown to a teachers table so no interaction could take place between us all. The concept was to design a crane hoist of some sort to electrically drop and raise a hook which could be used to rescue a nuclear cylinder which was involved in an accident and needed to be made safe in a designated area. The crane could be moved manually but you only controlled it from a distance and you could not physically touch the crane or magnetic hook. Having lifted the cylinder you then had to remove it to a safe place as designated by the judges. The students of both Year 9 and Year 12 set to work and Mr Smith was put into a teacher’s team and given the same task. Students quickly decided what they were going to do and who was doing it and how they were going to do it. It was far less simple on the teachers table! From the start at 09.30 until 14.30 when the designs were tested and marked I was extremely impressed at how all the students conducted themselves. UVHS students were a credit to work with and to take to this event. The tenacious and hardworking effort with which both teams embraced this task was magnificent and I was more than proud of them. After much deliberation the winners of the challenge were announced, the Foundation team runners up were UVHS only just pipped to the post by Dowdales. Well done Year 9 ‐ well deserved. As we had no intermediate team (due to our Year 10’s being on Work Experience) other schools were successful and then it came down to the Advanced judging announcement in runners up position BAE Apprentices No 1 team. Winners were UVHS! The whole day was enjoyed by all and I would like to thank not only the teams from school, well done to all of you, but to the Rotary Club for putting on a great day to inspire our young engineers of the future. Mr Smith.
The majority of Year 12 recently embarked on a day of activities designed to encourage and inform those wanting to progress to university at the end of year 13. Our first port of call was Lancaster University where we were divided into small groups and given a tour of the campus by Undergraduate Student Ambassadors. In the photo, students can be seen in one of the student accommodation areas. The tour was followed by a talk in one of the lecture theatres at the University’s Management School where University staff gave advice about choosing courses. There was also an opportunity for a Student Life Question and Answer Session. After lunch, we made the short trip to the University of Cumbria where our students took part in two very useful workshops; one about interview techniques and another highlighting the importance of writing effective personal statements on University application forms. Once again, Student Ambassadors gave group tours of the campus. Our students and staff had a very enjoyable and worthwhile experience.
Community News Lots of community related events have been happening recently or are about to occur soon at UVHS: • Parents of year 7 students are invited to come into school to observe Maths lessons being taught. Please see the separate article, entitled “Calling Year 7 Parents!” for details. • Mr Peake is pleased to invite any interested parents or children to attend his Karate sessions which are held in the school gym on Wednesday evenings from 4.00pm until 5.30pm. The cost is £3 per session and participants will enjoy learning traditional karate techniques. If you are not sure whether this activity is for you or not, why not come along just to try it out? • Our resident Community Chef, Chef Murray, recently hosted an evening cookery demonstration in school on a theme of Dinner Party Winter Dishes. The evening was very well attended and there are plans to repeat the evening on a different theme – look out for announcements on the school web‐site! • Local Beavers, Scouts and Venture Scouts have recently completed their Information Technology Staged Activity Badges with the help of staff in our Maths and ICT departments. • An intergenerational project has recently been started with Croftlands Community Safety Group and Age UK, members of which have been into school to take part in year 8 citizenship lessons. This is an ongoing project and it is hoped that by collaborating on ideas from local senior residents and our students here in UVHS, each group will gain a greater understanding of what life is like for the other. If you have any questions about any of the above or any other community related issues, please contact Mrs Sheila Minnican our Community Development Officer, on 01229 483900 extension 6228 or by e‐mail to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mathematicians in our Midst!
Fabulous Primary Dance Platform!
• Several of our most able Year 13 mathematicians are currently attending a weekly online tutorial in how to prepare for the very demanding STEP (sixth term entry) papers. These are required by some of the most prestigious university maths courses and go well beyond the work taught at A level. The sessions have been paid for by the school Gifted and Talented fund. • The students taking the Intermediate Maths Challenge, a nationwide problem solving competition, have excelled. Not only have they reeled in 9 Gold awards, but 3 of these went to Year 9 boys Adam, Dan and Jack. As the competition is open to year 9, 10 and 11 this is a superb achievement. These 3, along with Adam, Nicole and Christina also represented Year 9 in the Regional final of the United Kingdom Maths Team Challenge held recently at Barrow Sixth Form College. Along with their Year 8 partners they had a very successful day, with one team leading the competition into the last round but just being pipped at the post to finish second and another team storming through at the last to finish 3rd. This is the second year in a row that we have finished 2nd and 3rd, demonstrating the large number of highly talented problem solvers that we are developing.
Ten local primary schools took part in the Ulverston Primary Dance Platform in UVHS main hall on Friday 11th March. It was an energetic night of dance with over 200 dancers performing to a sell‐out audience of 300 parents and friends. Dance teachers Christine Jamieson, Nicola Stephenson and Louise Walton had been working in each of the schools over the last month creating dance pieces to be performed on the night. Themes ranged from a celebration of winning the Ashes to Bollywood Beatz and even a trendy 'Too cool for School'. The children had gone to great effort with their costumes . The photographs show Broughton School and their beautiful Asian costumes. St Mary's had painted gloves with fluorescent paint for their dance 'These hands are made for talking' and Mr Butler, who provided all the technical support for the night, was able to arrange UV lighting for the dance piece so that only bright white hands were seen moving on the stage. Very eerie! The children had an opportunity to see the other schools' dances in the dress rehearsal which was held earlier in the evening. This gave the dancers a chance to get used to the stage and the technical crew to check the lighting and sound. As well as the primary schools, UVHS Dance A level and GCSE students also performed some of their work as did dancers from Nicola Stephenson's School of Dance and Dance Connect. There was a real excitement backstage as the children prepared to go on stage and one child was heard saying 'I wish I could do that a million times more!' as she left the stage. We look forward to the next Ulverston Primary Dance Platform in 2012 which will run over two nights if the number of schools involved continues to increase.
National Doodle Day A number of UVHS students took part in Doodle day this year which was held on Friday 11th February and raised £12.00. Well done everyone and thank you. The winner of the UVHS competition is Year 7’s Emily Longstaff and her doodle will go forward to represent the school in the national competition.
Governors Corner Governors continue to work closely with the Senior Leadership Team and we believe the work we are now doing mirrors the excellent work the school is doing in driving forward on our development plans. However, we are keen to work more closely with individual subjects through our Governor subject link partnerships. We hear so many fantastic things about what’s going on in the school but because of our own working day commitments we don’t always get the chance to come in to school and experience this at the ‘chalk face’. Therefore, I have worked with the subject leader for Maths, Mrs Desbottes, who has put together a set of guidelines for link governors when they visit the subjects they are linked to in school time. I found the time spent with Mrs Desbottes and her Maths colleagues fascinating, particularly interesting as I am an accountant! I also met subject leaders at their meeting recently and have set up some further department visits for the rest of the school year. We are also going to join the staff in their April Twilight session. This is an opportunity for us to celebrate together the considerable successes we have achieved in the schools recent history. Julie Wilkinson, Chair of Governors.
Calling Year 7 Parents! In keeping with UVHS’s open door policy, Mrs Desbottes, Subject Leader for Mathematics, would like to invite the parents of Year 7 students to come into school during school hours to observe a Maths lesson in progress. The lesson will last for 50 minutes and don’t worry, you won’t be required to answer any questions! If you would like to come into your child’s school to see how the modern Maths curriculum is delivered, then please contact Mrs Sheila Minnican on 483900 extension 6228 to arrange a mutually convenient time.
Sports Round‐Up Senior Boys Swimming Team Congratulations to our Sixth Form boys swimming team (pictured below) comprising of Joe, Jacky, Sean and Jared, who qualified for the National Schools swimming finals in Stockport. They qualified in the top 16 out the country in both the freestyle and medley relays. After putting in really strong per‐ formances in the first stages, they managed to qualify within the top 8 in the medley relay and finished 7th overall! It was an excellent performance by all swimmers, and they will be hoping to do even better next year! Year 11 Football Congratulations also to the year 11 football team, who, after winning last year’s Town Cup managed to add another tro‐ phy to their haul. They beat every other team in the area (including Millom), to win the Town Cup 7‐a‐side tournament at Chetwynde School. The games proved a little tricky to get used to, as they were playing with only 7 players on a full sized pitch. There were also no offsides in these games, making it very much suited to our speedy players like Kieran. Another good performance, well done! Mountain Bike Race 2011 There will be another 6‐hour sponsored endurance race this year on Sunday 15th May. Mr Pierce is hoping to build on the success of the two previous races. This year, any funds raised will be shared with Ulverston Rangers JFC as they are fund‐raising for a football tour of Spain. More details to follow soon…… If you feel you would like to help on the day, or you may have something we could use as a prize for a winning team, please contact Mr Pierce at school.
Cumbria Schools Carnegie County Cup Final Champions! U‐15 Rugby County Cup Final : Ulverston 34 Netherhall 24 UVHS put a fantastic performance to be the first school team in 15 years to win the county cup. They got a lucky break from the kick‐off as Netherhall made a mistake and from the resulting scrum Tom Wilkinson scored the first try. The conversion was missed. Netherhall came back strongly and with some strong running from their stand‐ off and deft passing to some big forwards. They managed to score 3 tries before half‐time although some lenient refereeing decisions did seem to go their way. However, with Ulverston losing 8‐16 approaching the half‐time whistle a Netherhall player was dismissed after tripping Bradley. Despite going in behind, Ulverston had looked capable of winning if they managed to cut out their mistakes and close the opposition down more quickly from the play‐the‐ ball. In the second half they did this to the level they are capable of and have been doing most of the season. They had a purple patch of 20 minutes in which they dominated the game with some strong running from Shane (Man of the Match) and Luke which destroyed the Netherhall defence. Ulverston scored 5 unanswered tries to take a 34‐16 lead with only 4 minutes to go. The tries came from Howard 2, Jake 2, Nat and the try of the game came from Callum after some brilliant handling and passing from the whole team. Many congratulations to all players on a hard earned well deserved victory. They are now county champions and qualify for the National Cup. 1. Brad, 2. Nat, 3. Callum, 4. Luke, 5. Howard, 6. Jake, 7. Morgan, 8. Jordan, 9. Tom, 10. Josh, 11. James, 12. Dan, 13. Shane, 14. Sam, 15. Stuart, 16. Ryan, 17. Ryan, 18. Adnan, 19. Connor, 20. Ryan.
Girl Power! Sports Hall Athletics In February we took a team of Year 8 boys and girls to Penrith for the Sports Hall Athletics County Final and our girls won. Huge congratulations to them all. Rugby League We have been fortunate enough to have had Al Goodings from Barrow Raiders in school teaching Rugby League to Year 8 and Year 9 girls (pictured right); he is now in training teams for Festivals in Whitehaven next month. As a result of our lessons, we ran our first ever girls inter‐house rugby compe‐ tition with Thirlmere 1st in Year 8 and Grasmere 1st in Year 9. Al kindly donated and presented season tickets to girls who have worked hard in lessons and performed well in the inter‐house games. Netball We have had representation from all year groups in the local netball league and have also seen 6th Form girls playing friendly matches. Zumba Mrs Jones has started a Zumba Club, after school for Year 10 to 13; this has been exceptionally well attended ‐ it is a fantastic workout for both boys and girls, anyone interested come along Thursday evening. Gym Club : Gerry, mum of Kitty in Year 7, has been running an after school gym club ‐ they are currently working towards a County competition.
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Published on Apr 20, 2011