The October Newsletter is now available to view.
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On Tuesday 18th October, the Year 8 students entered the world of work at AIS connect. Students traded their uniform for smart workwear as they stepped into the shoes of a ‘conference delegate’ for the day.
The purpose of the day is to prepare our students to make informed career choices for the future. The event highlights alternative careers pathways such as apprenticeships as well as the more traditional routes into employment.
We want our CEIAG programme to support learning and the important decisions that young people make about subjects, pathways, future learning and job opportunities. At Newminster we believe in supporting the development of skills learning, skills for life and skills for work.
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Opportunity for students in Year 7 and above to enter a horse riding competition hosted by Tilery Equestrian Centre at Kirkley Mill, Ponteland. For more information see the embedded word document below.
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Morpeth Golf Club is holding a membership open day on Sunday 9 October.
You can play a game of golf for free on the day, and will be entered into a prize draw to win a year’s free membership.
For more information and to book, contact the Pro Shop Team on 01670 515 675.
A review by Ruby Holton, Year 7:
The Pearl of Africa Children’s Choir is touring the North East for 2 weeks in September fundraising. They are planning to spend a day at Chantry and Newminster Middle Schools on Monday 19 September.
Their visit will comprise of an assembly performance for both schools, workshops for classes and an afternoon workshop for the joint schools choir. Their visit will culminate in an evening performance which will take place at 6.30pm in Chantry School Hall. The Pearl of Africa Children’s Choir will perform along with some joint pieces with the Newminster and Chantry school choir. Tickets for the concert will be available on the door (adults £3 and children £2). There will also be refreshments, African crafts on sale and a raffle.
Free Kickboxing sessions for students during September, taught by former world #1 professional full contact fighter James Watling. There is a limit number of 10 spaces available, so be quick!
- Boxing and Kickboxing
- Non contact
- Physical conditioning
- Self disipline
When: Wednesdays 5-6 PM, throughout September.
Where: Barnanbas Youth Centre, Morpeth
If interested contact Barnabas safe and sound, or James directly on 07765403779.