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Siemens Rollercoaster Challenge

The key stage 3 girls’ rugby team hosted a Walkden High School team in what was their first ever game. Counterparts Walkden, had already played a number of games before arriving at Station Road on Monday 20th March 2017. The girls, led by captain, Poppi Cooke, put in a spirited performance and were leading the game with 10 minutes on the clock. Walkden fought their way back into the game and their ‘match experience’ began to show. Millie where can i buy sumatriptan injections Chan and Natasha Flood worked tirelessly throughout the game and showed

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Geography Trip to University of Manchester

In March Irlam & Cadishead Year 9 Geographers headed out to the University of Manchester to take part in an ‘Insight into Geography Day.’ The students found themselves in the role of undergraduate for the day, having the opportunity to experience ‘A day in the life of a Geographer’ at this Russell Group University. Our Year 9 Geographers took part in a lively Question and Answer session with present undergraduates discovering buy imitrex uk more about important issues such as finance, studying and taking part in the nightlife of the city! The

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Arabic Taster Lessons

Once again our Modern Foreign Linguists have been developing their skills. Eight of our Year 9 students; Tom Smith, Libby Barker, Ben Thomas, Kira Mulvey, Abbie Rowbotham, Leonie Brown, Kim Magee and Sarah Hobson have been taking part in a project with the University of Manchester. They have been learning a new language, Arabic. Learning this language provides an extra challenge. The students http://quotecorner.com/online-pharmacy.html have to master a new alphabet and read from right to left. As well as mastering this, the students also learned cultural facts about Arabic speaking countries. The students received certificates

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Salford Royal Clinical Simulation Evening

Thirteen future medics from Year 10 and 11 attended a Clinical Simulation Evening at Salford Royal. One of the aims of the evening was to raise awareness of the fact that there are over 350 different career pathways in the NHS and not all of them include being a doctor or a nurse. The students also undertook CPR training where they practised on a working model. They learned to look for signs of life and how to use a defibrillator. An inspirational session on the care of patients imitrex to buy demonstrated how

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