Archive for March, 2016

Resistant Materials Revision Guides

Written by Anna Day on . Posted in Archived News, Design Technology And IT, Parent News, School News

To enable students to reach their full potential in Resistant Materials we will be ordering revision guides on their behalf. These contain bitesize summaries of all the units studied.
If you would like your son/daughter to have one of these revision guides, at the price of £7.25, payment should be made on line using Wisepay, by Friday 8th April.
Paying on line using Wisepay:
• Click on the ‘Parents’ tab at the top of the school web page, log on and follow the links to General Products.
• Harwich and Dovercourt High School no longer accept cash or cheque payments. Any parent who does not have IT access will be able to use the IT facility provided in Student Services.
Thank you for your support.

School Production of ‘It Snows’

Written by Anna Day on . Posted in Creative Arts And PE, Parent News, School News

School Production of ‘It Snows’ by Bryony Lavery, Steven Hoggett and Scott Graham.
Directed by Sarah Parker
Performed by HDHS Year 9 Drama Company
Tickets will be £3 for Adults and £2 for Children

Performance date is 2 April 2016 Matinee 1pm-2pm at HDHS Main hall.

Mercury Theatre Performance – 29 April 2016 http://www.mercurytheatre.co.uk/…/nt-connections-blackout-…/

It snows

Maximize

Written by Anna Day on . Posted in Parent News, School News

Monday, 21st March, Year 11 students will watch a motivational exam drama presented by Maximize. It has been designed to encourage students to believe in themselves and to chase their dreams whilst at the same time reinforcing the importance of revision techniques and exam preparation.

 

The Jack Petchey foundation ‘Speak Out Challenge’ workshop

Written by Anna Day on . Posted in Archived News, English And Media, Parent News, School News

Today, Year 10 students were lucky enough to attend The Jack Petchey foundation ‘Speak Out Challenge’ workshop. Students attended a workshop that refined their presentation and public speaking skills. All students presented at the end of the day with enthusiasm, confidence and professionalism. The judges (our famous Year 11 Youth Speaks team) had a tough decision where they had to choose the regional finalists. The students had a brilliant day!
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