Welcome to our CTS Snapshot - a weekly celebration update. We are delighted to share with parents and carers alike student triumphs at Corby Technical School. We are proud of every student and every success they have - please feel free to share with us any achievements they might have.
Eva in Year 9 made this fabulous chocolate brownie as part of her Food Technology.
Courtney F in Year 7 made her own pasta from scratch, a great effort!
Edvins in Year 9 created this Honey Cake.
Celebration Awards 2020
This week we have bene able to celebrate the achievements of students whoa re currently in Year 8 and 9, these are awarded retrospectively and were awarded for their achievements in the last academic year. The students who have received their awards are listed below. More information and pictures will be shared next week.
Miss Hallybone would like to say well done to Year 10 students Holly, Daisy, Abigail and Thomas for their outstanding English homework.
Mrs Brown has nominated Year 8 students Harrison B and Josh L for excellent progress and effort on their assessment on The Tempest.
Miss Jenkins would like to celebrate 9CO this week for their fantastic work in Music technology this week. They have been working really hard on their final projects, creating an underscore for a film clip using Logic, and I can’t wait to see the results next week!
Miss Graziano has nominated Year 7 student Anthony M for his wonderful efforts with learning multiple languages in his spare time. He has been learning Finnish, Basque and continues to learn Spanish at school. Also nominated are Year 10 students Lexi, Grace M, Emma-May, Lana, Holly and Grace Mac for working incredibly hard and achieving great results in their Spanish assessments.
Mr Horne has nominated Year 8 students Harry and Omayer for studying the drawing of straight lines in Maths.
Mrs Firmin would like to say a big well done to Year 7 student Courtney F for her fantastic effort making pasta from scratch! Super impressive effort.
Mr Rogers has nominated Year 10 students Erin, Jenna and Jack B for their excellent work in Sport Science.
Miss Williams has nominated 7TE, 7SW, 8CO for a great showcase of tag rugby skills this week. Particular mentions for Leon, Junior, Jayden, Ole, Finley, Florence and Sean for great leadership and teamwork in Year 7 and Rhys, Harry, Lacey and Robert for great communication and commitment in their lessons.
Mrs Vaghadia has nominated Theo in 9ST for winning a tutor award and Year 9 student Riley
for his excellent work and commitment. His written work this week in English has been brilliant.
Miss Gilbert has nominated Year 7 student Nayon in 7CA for his amazing effort in lessons for the past couple of weeks in Geography and also Year 8 student Alfie C for his amazing effort in lessons and especially for his enthusiasm with his project in lessons.
West Glebe Consultation:
A selection of Year 7 and 8 students took part in a consultation with Corby Borough Council this week regarding different proposals for the development of the cycle track and the students were able to vote on which they thought was the best. Mrs Arnold would like to thank all those who participated in this, it was a fantastic experience for our students.
Year 7 Co-curricular:
Mrs Wright would like to nominated Year 7 student Amy W who has taken part in the first aid groups, Amy composed a lovely email detailing how to perform CPR and the recovery position.
Year 7 English
This highly emotive and powerful WW2 poem was written by a Year 7 student Gabija in her free time.
Another alarming war was declared.
Houses were full of sorrow.
Dad had limped through the door.
A mother and her daughter were out of sight
Ominous, ear- splitting screams filled my head; fear lingered
Ear- piercing, hawk like planes flew overhead
Cities were demolished by forceful grenades
Intoxicated bombs were dropped on innocent homes, panic!
Hair-raising bombs were hurtling down by enemies
My pure lungs corrupted by intoxicated, treacherous poison
Bodies were scattered across the crimson coloured grass.
Treacherous bullets ripped through my weak flesh
My aching legs gave up and my body surrounded: death
Family members waited, waited, and waited for dad to come home
Tears rolled down their distressed faces.
- Please ensure all students have face masks for use at school.