- Pate’s Lecture – Bill McGuire
- A busy end of term!
- Website photo gallery
- Coriolanus DVDs to order
- Spring Fair donations – request from the PA
- Cheltenham Pate’s Theatre Festival – 17-20 February 2016
- China Exchange
- Public Speaking Finalists
- A new sport at Pate’s - Handball
- Schoolcomms Gateway
As part of Pate’s Humanities Week of Transformation we were privileged to welcome Bill McGuire (Emeritus Professor of Geophysical and Climate Hazards at University College London) to talk to students about how a changing climate triggers earthquakes, tsunamis and volcanoes. His talk, entitled ‘Waking the Giant’, was based on his latest book (full details here). My thanks to Ruth Taei for arranging such interesting and thought-provoking activities throughout the week. It has been a full-on end of term week at Pate’s, beginning with pancakes and culminating in this morning’s whole school assembly with Mr Jones being serenaded by romantic sixth formers whilst riding for Ghana on a spin bike bizarrely (apologies that the photo is not the best quality)!
The school is full of valentine’s fun today, with everyone in mufti and students swapping flowers and songs of love. My thanks to the Charity Committee for making a day to remember, whilst at the same time raising money for their chosen charities. Congratulations also to the Ghana sixth formers on their supreme efforts raising money to buy materials to donate to the children they will be teaching in Ghana over Easter. They laid on a fabulous fun pizza and onesie night for all Year 7 last night, organising games and a film for them, before riding their bikes through the night in the school hall. A special mention for Lesley Jeanes and Rob Moreton who also cycled through the night, wrote reports and taught lessons all day today!
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