Student Leadership Fundraising Day
Well done to the student leadership team for organising a great fundraising day on Thursday 28th November. The total amount raised is over £700.00. All students have had the chance, through their tutor groups, to share ideas for how to spend the money raised.
PCSO visit from Hampshire Constabulary
On Friday 22nd November, PCSO Blundell came into talk to students about bike safety. We would like to thank him for his time and informative discussion, which will aid our students in the future.
Performing Arts News
GCSE Drama trip to see 'The Woman in Black'
On Thursday 28th November, the year 10 and 11 GCSE drama students and 5 members of staff headed to London to watch Stephen Mallatratt’s stage adaptation of Susan Hill’s ‘The Woman in Black’. The experience of live theatre is a vital part of the GCSE, as the students need to write an evaluation of the performance in their exam. Known as one of the scariest plays in the West End, The Woman in Black did not disappoint. Eerie lighting, minimal set and tension building silences, broken only by the slam of a door or an ear splitting scream (unwittingly echoed by many of our students), worked wonders in creating the spooky and spellbinding storytelling of the haunting of Eel Marsh House. The trip was a great success and thoroughly enjoyed by all. Big thanks to Mrs Champion for organising the whole thing.
If any student is interested in joining our music clubs after school, here is our timetable below.
Tuesday: 'In Harmony’ (singing group open to all years)
Wednesday: Ukulele club (open to all years)
Thursday: Steel Pan (open to all years)
We have an ever growing amount of lost property, which includes a large number of coats. If your child is missing any items of clothing, please ask them to come to reception to check the lost property box. Due to the minimal amount of space, any items left in lost property at the end of this term will be bagged up and put in to the Rag Bag to be donated to charity. Thank you.
Into Film Club runs every Thursday in the library from 3pm-5pm. This is a fantastic opportunity for students to watch a curated collection of films, write film reviews and be a part of the national Into Film Club. All students will receive a membership card and access to Frogmore’s online film club, and snacks and drinks will be provided at the film screenings. In order to take part students need to return a signed permission form, letters are available from the library.
If you would like to know more, please visit the Into Film website; https://www.intofilm.org/ or speak to Miss Livingstone in the library.
Whats on: Thursday 12th December
Thursday 19th December
From Monday 9th December to Friday 13th there will be a voting box in the Library for students to vote on their favourite Christmas film. The choices are:
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Is there is a book or resource you would like to see in the library that we don’t currently have?Please fill out one of our suggestion slips and we will do our best to get it in stock for you.
If you are interested in having your own Book Review in the Froghorn, please pass on any pieces to Miss Livingstone.
From Monday 9th December, we will be running a couple of competitions in the Library.
To win a jar of Christmas sweets, you have to correctly guess the number of books we have used to make our ‘Christmas tree’, and to win a cuddly reindeer you just need to correctly guess its name! It’s £1 per guess so make sure you bring some money in. All proceeds will go towards new books and resources.