- Dudley Safeguarding Children Board recognises the need to provide water safety advice to children all year round but particularly as the summer holiday approaches. The advice is to 'choose to swim at your local swimming pool where lifeguards are on duty. There are no lifeguards at quarries, lakes, reservoirs, canals or ...more
- Dr Cox, Science Coordinator: Recently a group of Year 9 students visited SciFest at Wolverhampton University. In the morning students took part in various activities including learning how to build tall buildings and finding out about microbes used to produce foodstuffs and household products. In the afternoon the students practised using medical equipment to assess their health before being entertained by Johnny Ball who gave them an insight into the order within mathematics. They were also made aware of the harm that sugar can cause in the ...more
- A few months ago INsight reported that Megan Paynter (8ARE) was trying to raise £3000 to enable her to attend the 23rd World Scout Jamboree in Japan. The Jamboree takes place in 2015 and the trip will last for three weeks. The good news is that Megan has raised the £3000 and so her dream has come true. Megan is the only Scout in Dudley to be attending the Jamboree. Everyone at Holly Hall hopes Megan enjoys what will be a fabulous trip of a ...more
- Mr Giles, Cover Supervisor: New Year 9 and 10 students are being offered the opportunity to get an early dose of Christmas cheer at Birmingham Hippodrome on 2nd December, when Birmingham Royal Ballet will be performing Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker – one of European culture’s most celebrated works. We have 45 places available for students, who will need to get a letter and consent form from Mr Giles or Mrs Clifton and return it with a deposit of £5.00 by Thursday 17th July if they wish to be considered for the trip. The total cost to students for the trip will be ...more
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