Here you will learn a little more about what goes on at Emerald Sixth Form.

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April 2022

On Tuesday 12th April, all of Emerald's Science students spent the day at Castellar Zoo, an interactive animal sanctuary. 

Throughout the two-hour guided tour, students learnt about the numerous species they encountered, including several that were endangered and close to extinction.  They even got the chance to get close up to many of them; such as Mango the Lemur, Campion the Eagle, snakes, goats and many more. 

The students also gained insight into the importance of conservation and how zoo’s contribute largely to this.

 

We all say a huge thank you to Castellar Zoo and Anabelle, our guide, for making it such an interesting and educational trip.

 

Luca-Jane

October 2021

Fun & Games On The Beach For Halloween

The students of Emerald Sixth Form spent a couple of fun hours down on the beach just before the half term break. A competition was held with team and individual events, with a cash prize.

Among the fiercely-fought challenges were a tug of war, stop-start, dodge-ball and getting the marble in the cup.

It was a very close finish between Felixss and Karina, but the eventual winner, decided by cutting a deck of cards, was Karina.

May 2021

Surfing Trip to Conil

 

May 2021

Graduation 2021

After some fun activities for all year groups, including a table tennis competition, pot decorating and beach volleyball contests, the graduation ceremony took place in the presence of many parents, family and friends.

To conclude the proceedings, valedictory speeches were made by Lily Mitchell and Leonora Abonde.

After some fun activities for all year groups, including a table tennis competition, pot decorating and beach volleyball contests, the graduation ceremony took place in the presence of many parents, family and friends.

 
 

March 2021

Year 10 and 11 trip to the Totem Pottery School.

At Totem Ceramics, our students learned about the different techniques used to work with clay, as they created their own decorative box. Students were asked to add a design to their box that reflected their interests, passions or hobbies. By the end of our visit, there was an array of very artistic final pieces!

 

We hope to collect our pottery after the holidays, once it has been dried and fired in the kiln … so watch this space!