Even though it is the school holidays next week, we are still running Year 11 GCSE revision classes.
It is important that you attend these sessions.
Tuesday 26th May
9am – 1pm
(Sc3 and Sc5 – sessions for Higher and Foundation)
Wednesday 27th May
9am – 12pm
10am – 1pm
Thursday 28th May
10am – 12pm
(in En1 and En2 – sessions for Higher and Foundation)
9:30am – 11am
WELL DONE to all our Year 7 Student Ambassadors who represented the school in a fantastic way during the Year 6 Transition Information Evening.
We hope everyone who attended found the evening very informative and we have taken care of any worries either yourself or your child might have had.
If you would like more information about the Year 6-7 Transition please contact Mr C Brook, Mrs J Critchley or Mrs J Bishop at school on 01709 570 586 or see our Transition page here.
Alternatively, watch our transition video of our current Year 7 students talking about their time in Year 7 so far. This is worth showing to your children if they might be apprehensive about their transition to Swinton Community School.
A group of Year 5 students from four of our cluster schools attended a physical education ‘Gifted & Talented Inspirational Day’. The students were invited to Swinton Community School to participate in the fun-filled day as a reward for their commitment to sport this year.
The Year 5s mixed with students from the other cluster primary schools working in four Rugby World Cup teams; South Africa, New Zealand, Italy and France. Throughout the day they competed against each other in sporting activities such as Athletics, Cricket and Tag Rugby with staff from our PE department.
The winning team at the end of the day (South Africa) were presented with Swinton Community School prizes and every student received their very own certificate for taking part.
Chief organiser of the Year 5 ‘Gifted & Talented’ event, Mrs Colman, said: “It’s wonderful to meet students from our cluster primary schools. They were all really enthusiastic and keen to participate. Well done Year 5s!”
Primary School Feedback
“Enjoyed the day. Children all seemed to enjoy the sports they were taught. Well thought out and organised. A good day out for all.”
“Very well organised. Fantastic opportunity for the children involved to learn new skills and hopefully be inspired to go forward in their chosen sport.”
“Awesome, it was the best day ever!”
“It was brilliant I had so much fun, I loved it.”
“It was epic!”