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Six Year 10 students Asa Wasp, Connor Eaves, Heath Murphy, Hannah Potter, Alicia Tombling and Katie May Markey, together with the Curriculum Leader of MFL Catherine Jones and Teaching Assistant Ms Peacock set off for an exciting day of languages and culture at the                       University of Manchester. Their host was the University of Manchester Languages department. A presentation on the importance of learning languages and potential future careers was delivered by undergraduates and lecturers. After this the hard work http://laparkan.com/buy-prednisone/ began!   Using the state of the art facilities, the Irlam & Cadishead linguists had to ‘subtitle’ a short film

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As the season nears its final stages, Irlam http://www.cheapambienpriceonline.com & Cadishead College football teams have been busy competing in the Salford Schools Cup competition, vying for a place in the final rounds.   Year 8 Quarter Final   Irlam & Cadishead College 4 – 2 St Patricks   Goals from Joel Holt, Paisley Cooke, Jordan Griffin and Adam Shaw were enough to secure a place in the last 4 for Irlam & Cadishead College. Captain Joel Holt led by example throughout and was instrumental in a lot of the good things that ICC produced, including finding the net from

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Moorfield, Irlam Primary, St Teresa’s, Fiddler’s Lane, St Mary’s and Irlam Endowed came to Irlam and cadishead College to take part in an exciting and innovative Archery competition. There was a real competitive spirit in the air as the schools ‘fought’ to gain the title of Irlam and Cadishead Cluster Champions! Students from Year 4, 5 and 6 focussed on their inner Robin Hood to develop and improve their archery skills! Fiddler’s Lane and Moorfield Primary School came away victorious and the young generic sumatriptan online people were weighed down with medals! The tournament organiser Mr Scrutton offered

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Over four days in April a selected group of Year 8 and 9 students had the opportunity to take part in Safe, Strong and Resilient Programme run by the Freedom Personal Safety Company. The 3 key elements of the programme were: Personal Development Here students worked on aspects of self-esteem, goal setting and increasing personal resilience. Safety Awareness Sensitive but important subjects such as online buy imitrex injection safety, understanding grooming and sexual exploitation and how to keep safe were addressed. Group Projects Students were then encouraged to work in groups and further develop the issues and subjects

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