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Here is the latest news from Idsall School but do please read our Latest Sports News & Results and Letters to Parents too.

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  • Year 9 Options Form Now Available Online

    Published 03/02/20

    Dear Parents and Carers, 

    Thank you for attending the Year 9 Options Evening on the 3oth January. We hope that you found it informative. The 'Options Booklet' and 'Form' is now available from the following link: Year 9 Options. Please fill in the paper or online form by the deadline of 14th February 2020. 

    Thank you, 

    Idsall School. 

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  • Please refrain from parking in Coppice Green Lane and in Aston Court Mews

    Published 28/01/20

    Dear Parents and Carers, 

    In order to avoid problems for local residents, please refrain from parking in Coppice Green Lane and in Aston Court Mews (the road opposite the exit of our car park).

    Thank you.

    Ms M King

    Headteacher

     

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  • Parent and Carer School Feedback Survey

    Published 20/01/20

    Dear Parents and Carers

    As we know you are extremely busy, we just wanted to remind you to please take some time to have your say and complete the survey to help us make sure we are providing the best standard of education for your children. Please click on the link below to complete:

    Parent and Carer School Feedback Survey Form

    This will help us to:

    • Find out what we are doing well and where we could do better
    • Decide which areas to prioritise when developing our school improvement plan
    • Make sure we are meeting the needs of you and your children

    The survey is 100% anonymous so please be honest with your answers.

    Your feedback is very important to us.

    Yours faithfully

    Ms. M. King

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  • Idsall Students-History Quiz Success!

    Published 11/02/20

    Congratulations to our 15 Year 9 students who took part in the 'History Big Quiz 2020' at the University of Birmingham, on the 11th February. The 15 students were split across 4 teams with Idsall taking, not only Ist but also  3rd and 4th place as well! This is an impressive achievement as they were competing against 12 schools (26 teams in total), from across the West Midlands. Thank you to Mr Summerhayes (Head of History) and Mr Thomas (Head of Aspirations), for giving our students the chance to experience and showcase their talents in the auspicious surroundings of the 'University Great Hall'. Not forgetting the History Department (who have taught them so well), and the students who were a credit to the school!

     

    Year 9 pupils with Mr Summerhayes

     

    The auspicious 'Birmingham University Great Hall' 

     

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  • Harry Potter Day in the Library

    Published 07/02/20

    Our annual Harry Potter event took place in the library after school on Wednesday. 20 Harry Potter enthusiasts participated in activities such as bookmark making, a maze, different tri-wizard events, face-painting and an opportunity to have a picture taken with the world famous Tri-Wizard trophy. The library was very atmospheric with the Sorting hat, Goblet of Fire, wands, various posters and displays (all made by our Librarian, Mrs Hazlehurst). The children (and adults), definitely got into the spirit of things and had a thoroughly WIZARDING time! Thank you once again to Mrs Hazlehurst for organising and running the event. 

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  • Please Switch off Vehicle Engines in the School Car Park

    Published 30/01/20

    Please could drivers switch off their vehicle engines within a few minutes of stopping in the school car park. Running engines not only leads to local air pollution but is dangerous for child brain development and people with asthma (click here for further information). It can also save you money! Thank you for your co-operation. 

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  • Continuation of Temporary Amendment to AT Brown Bus Route 3 Due to Road Closure

    Published 24/01/20

    TEMPORARY AMENDMENT TO AT BROWN BUS ROUTE 3 DUE TO ROAD CLOSURE

     

    Further to our notice from November 2019, please be advised that there will be a continuation of the road closure affecting Wellington Road, Donnington from its junction with School Road to its junction with Townsend Croft.  This closure is due to take effect from Monday 27th January 2020 and works are expected to be completed by Friday 21st February 2020.

     

    The stops that are affected are 08.14am Little Theatre and 08.15am Aldi.  They will be replaced by: 08.14am McDonald’s and 08.15am Donnington Police Station.

     

    We can confirm that after consulting with AT Brown, Bus Route number 3 will take the following route allowing for the road closure.

     

    08.00am

    Stafford Road / Vineyard Road

    08.14am

    McDonald’s

    08.02am

    Newport Bus Interchange

    08.15am

    Donnington Police Station

    08.05am

    Newport Girls’ High School

    08.16am

    TA Centre

    08.08am

    Red House Bus Stop

    08.18am

    One Stop (Trench Rd, Stanmore Dr)

    08.11am

    Marshbrook Way

     

     

     

    As we expect the volume of traffic to be heavier at these times due to the road closure, please arrive at your appointed stop a least 5 minutes before pick up time and allow a reasonable time for the coach to arrive.  If the coach fails to arrive, please notify the school and we will contact the coach company and make arrangements for the students to be picked up as soon as possible.

     

    Please note that the route will revert back to the original times and stops from Monday 24th February 2020 providing that the road is re-opened.

     

    Should you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me at school.

     

    Yours sincerely

     

    K Rushton

     

    Finance Office

     

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  • The Voice-Autumn 2019

    Published 17/12/19

    Please find a message from Ms King below and the attached full edition of Idsalls' Autumn Newsletter-'The Voice' (for all the activities and events that have taken place this term). 

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  • 'Sixth Form'-Grant Available for Medical Related Degrees. Apply by the 31st March 2020

    Published 16/12/19

    Please see the following letter outlining a grant available from Medicspot. 

    We're pleased to announce we have launched the Medicspot Innovation Grant, open to all UK students who will be going on to study a degree related to health, medicine, nursing or life sciences. We run this grant annually, giving students £500 to help get them off to the best possible start.

    The Medicspot Innovation Grant awards £500 to UK students going on to study a degree related to health, medicine, nursing or life sciences. Applications must be submitted online by 31st March 2020. More information is available by clicking on the following link: www.medicspot.co.uk/grant

    We hope this will help students at Idsall School when it comes to making the decision to study a degree related to health, medicine, nursing or life sciences.

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  • Election Day-How will the students vote!

    Published 12/12/19

    Last week our Sixth Formers' held a mock election debate. There were 3 parties - conservative, labour and communist, all with their own leaders. Mr Dangerfield was posing the questions with a student audience watching on and asking further questions. Their opening statements have now be shown in year group assemblies this week, to influence which way students might vote prior to a whole school vote today-Polling day! How will the students vote-we'll have to wait for the results! 

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  • Senior Citizens' Christmas Lunch

    Published 12/12/19

    Thursday saw the hosting of the annual Christmas lunch by Idsall Sixth Form. The hall looked very festive and a fantastic time was had both by Sixth Formers, Shifnal Senior Citizens and staff. One lady said that:

    "I come here every year and it just gets better and better every time".

    Christmas music was provided by Mrs Shaw's choir, bingo by the Sixth Formers, Christmas dinner by the school canteen (Caterlink), and Christmas spirit by the Senior Citizens! Thank you to all the students, staff and those that attended. 

     

     

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  • Closing night-Last chance to see this "Outstanding Performance" of 'Sister Act'-Tickets still Available on the Door -Friday 22nd November

    Published 23/10/19

     

    Last chance to come and see our fabulous, fun packed performance of 'Sister Act'-you won't be disappointed!!

    "I just want to reiterate the message from other staff over the past few days. I went to see the show last night (Thursday).

    I was simply bowled over by the production, the talent both acting and singing, supportive nature of each other and at times emotional roller coaster was simply outstanding.

    I know there were a lot of staff supporting Helen and Danny who should be very proud of what they have led and supported, with large parts of the production produced and choreographed by the students themselves. Please go and see it if you have the opportunity, as its the last night tonight. " Mr P Goodison-Head of PE

     

     

     

     

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