BBEC week 23rd-26th June 2015
Students will once again have the chance to learn in a different way during this year's BBEC week. The normal timetable is suspended during these four days, allowing teachers to organise learning over a longer period of time. Each year group will work on different projects which each last a day.
At the end of the week, students will take part in their graduation, sports day, and most will enjoy a trip to a theme park as a reward for their hard work during the year.
Summer Fete at BBEC ( Saturday 11th July 11am - 2pm )
Attractions include 'The un-climbable ladder', zorbs and climbing wall, inflatable pillow bashing, bouncy castles and slides, face painting, petting zoo, tea room, stalls and other games. Free entry including free raffle ticket. Anyone interested in having a stall should contact Mrs Carr at firstname.lastname@example.org Stall holders will be charged £5 per pitch.
BBEC Examination Results Day 2015
6th form - Thursday 13th August in Small Gym – 9:00am
Year 11 - Thursday 20th August in Large Sports Hall – 9:00am
Year 10 - Thursday 20th August in Small Gym – 10:00am
* - Students must enter through the PE Entrance.
- Students can collect their results in person on the above dates. Results collected on behalf of a pupil must have written permission and Identification. Stamped addressed envelopes are required for posting of results home if unable to attend. Unfortunately we are unable to email results for security reasons.
BBEC Got Talent
BBEC proved we really do have talent at our 'BBEC's Got Talent 'final. 12 acts performed to an exceptional standard, making the judges decision exceedingly difficult! The judges were unanimous in agreeing that Rebecca Price of Year 12 was the clear winner, performing a song she had written herself. Fuad Abdi was awarded second place with a beautiful dance piece choreographed himself. The judges were unable to separate two acts for third place and awarded Lily Wilkins and Lewis Aird (dancers) and Veronica Pawlowska (singer and previous winner) joint third. Amongst the runners up were some incredibly talented Year 7 singers who are sure to be even stronger by next years competition!
"Little Shop of Horrors"
A grisly tale of love, betrayal and man-eating plants: this year's school production of Little Shop of Horrors was a triumph of musical drama. Brilliant singing and solid acting, dashes of humour and moments if sadness all combined for a memorable night out. Well done to all the principals.
Thank you to Mr Horsfall and all the performing arts department for hours of timeless rehearsal organisation.