Congratulations to Julian Felice on winning the Best Actor award at this year’s Drama Festival.
The Bayside and Westside Drama Group won the award for Best Play for their production of “Fade To Light”. Julian and his group of actors had a most successful evening, also winning further awards for Best Original Play, Best Supporting Actress, Best technical Production and Best Youth Supporting Actress. A special mention also to Gino Ochello (Year 8) who won the Best Youth Actor award in a play produced by GAMPA.
This success in Drama is indeed most deserved recognition for the endless hours of rehearsals by the Bayside and Westside Drama Group over long periods of time. The school thanks Julian Felice for investing so much time in working with these young Theatre enthusiasts, including their Saturday morning sessions.
Matthew Bosano wins the David Gladstone Prize for most promising artist and 1st prize winner in the junior section
His Worship the Mayor, Mr John Gonçalves, invited two groups of year 10 students to meet with him. He listened to their views and gave them general advice. The boys enjoyed their visit and benefitted greatly.
We hope that we can have many more visits in the future.
Year 10-12 students from both Bayside and Westside took part in a series of focus groups to gain an insight into their views on a number of issues such as anti-social behaviour and drugs, amongst others.
The pupils were very open and honest. We are very proud of how they expressed themselves so coherently and intelligently.
We have uploaded the presentations for Dance, Economics and History of Art A-Levels on our website.
Thanks to our journalists who worked on this.
Credit to them as they managed to get this done in a very short space of time.
It's not about assessments! Our year 11 food prep and nutrition students practised their skills in a burger bake-off. The end results looked very professional!
Kim and Louise in the library organised a reading challenge. It was very popular and it attracted quite a lot of interest.
Well done to the participants and winners!
This is annual event when we all get together and fundraise for ‘Brain Tumour Research’.
Brain tumours kill more children and adults under the age of 40 than any other cancer. Every penny counts at the time of Research and Cure.
We have pupils and staff in our school who have gone through this devastating illness and therefore we wanted to show our support by wearing hats today. It was great fun to see everyone showing off their headgear, including some lovely homemade ones!
Pupils and staff gave a donation today but if you would like to support this further please donate using the link below.