Fiddlers Lane Primary School visited the College this week for a Science Lesson with Miss Lingard. They enjoyed buy imitrex pills taking part in a practical experiment using simple filtration techniques to separate rock salt from gravel.
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As part of Swinton/Salford Rotary Club’s annual ‘Doing the Right Thing Award, Irlam & Cadishead College was asked to nominate students for this prestigious award. The award covers many aspects of being a good citizen. This could be anything from a random act of kindness to just being a decent young person. The nominees and their families received a Mayoral invitation to the Civic Centre for the award ceremony. At the ceremony the Mayor read the citations and the students were presented with their awards. Following this they were invited
In March, 44 Year 10 Geographers took part in a ‘Geography and the Role of the Media’ Masterclass. The Masterclass was delivered by Curriculum Leader for Geography at Salford City College, Helen Chambers. The students were challenged to complete six demanding activities. These were all designed to demonstrate how the media can shape and manipulate our perceptions of the world around us. Unwittingly students chose images of Syria as places they would like to live. Our students were shocked to see how beautiful this war torn country is. Students then investigated how the media can give rise to stereotypes
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