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  • South Axholme
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  • Epworth Primary

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  • Ready for Photography at The Deep

    Published 19/04/24

    Students took some amazing photographs of different Sea Life, including sharks, octopus, jellyfish and sea anemone. After lunch upstairs students were given the opportunity to look the the specialist collection of exoskeletons held by The Deep of rare and protected under conservation laws.

    Students were able to photograph and even hold these items which included turtle shells, dead coral and exoskeletons.

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  • Inspiring Excellence at the Racecourse

    Published 18/04/24

    Recently Key Stage 3 and 4 learners visited Doncaster Racecourse to take part in the Maths Racing to School Day. We took part in various real-life mathematical activities such as Parade Ring Possibilities and the Weighing Room. We even got to go on the racecourse and see the horses before we watched them race. A brilliant careers trip that opened a new world to many of our students. Well done team Coritani.

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  • Respectful in Sport

    Published 18/04/24

    In January, we collapsed the timetable to experience Empathy week at Coritani.

    Our senior learners played wheelchair basketball at The Pods with the Steelers Wheelers.

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  • Inspiring Excellence at the Plowright Theatre

    Published 18/04/24

    On Friday 1st March, Humber class attended the performance of 'Charlie Cook's Favourite Book' at the Plowright Theatre. Learners were entertained by energetic songs, dancing characters and amazing puppets. Learners smiled from ear to ear at the arrival of each new character, and  enjoyed venturing out of school with the adults and they all gave the performance a score of 100 out of 10. Our quote of the day came from one learner was; 'I thought that the theatre was bad but now I know that I love it.' 

    Outstanding.

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  • Are you READY to explore Yorkshire Sculpture Park?

    Published 18/04/24

    Humber class attended a poetry workshop with an artist, Rose, before exploring the park. Learners respectfully explored some of the sculptures and were encouraged to think of words and phrases to describe each one. They collated their words and created a fabulous piece of collective poetry about the sculptures.  The highlight of the day was when we managed to squeeze all of the learners and their staff inside one of the sculptures before safely exploring hidden pathways through the trees. 

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  • Inspiring Excellence at Christmas

    Published 14/12/23

    Recently Key stage 3 and 4 learners visited Nottingham to watch A Christmas Carol, this Dickens’ classic is an important part of the English Literature GCSE programme.  We started with a visit to the Caves to learn about the history of Nottingham and its early settlements.  We were lucky to have front row seats to watch Keith Allen’s irreverent take on Scrouge but it was at heart a story about the ghosts.  We left ready for Christmas and ready for studying English Literature.

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  • Keeping learners Safe through Art

    Published 14/12/23

    Year 10 learners had the opportunity to visit the 20-21 visual arts centre to visit the ‘Swords into Ploughshares: Knives into Jewels’ exhibition and experience being makers of sculptural art. The artworks exhibited aims to examine the nationwide problem of knife crime and invited jewellery and metal artists to respond to the issue, by repurposing knives obtained mainly through the West Midlands Police knife surrender scheme. Our learners engaged in a workshop and were able to assemble their pieces by riveting, snipping, sawing, filing and soldering together metal pieces to create their own unique art, inspired by the various artists’ work they had seen in the gallery.

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  • Cinematic Adventure with Super Mario Bros for Learners

    Published 20/11/23

    We were thrilled to share the exciting cinema trip experience with our KS2, KS3 and KS4 learners! This time, our eager students embarked on a journey to watch "The Super Mario Bros. Movie," creating lasting memories and expanding their horizons.

    The cinema outing wasn't just about entertainment; it was a valuable opportunity for our students to develop life skills in a safe and respectful environment. For many, this marked their first cinema experience, allowing them to explore the magic of the big screen and fostering a love for storytelling. The joy and enthusiasm radiated as our learners embraced the cinematic atmosphere, showcasing readiness to engage and learn beyond the classroom. We are proud to witness our students evolving into well-rounded individuals, with each cinema trip contributing to their growth and development.

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  • Ready for a new Reign

    Published 17/11/23

    Earlier in the year, Coritani applied to by part of the tree planting fund which opened to commemorate the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III.  These trees arrived this week and were planted by Dan and Bella.  The 15 trees, although small, have been planted in the front of the academy so that the whole community can benefit from them in the future years of our King.

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  • Respectfully Remembering

    Published 16/11/23

    Coritani was represented by two amazing learners in Scunthorpe’s Remembrance Sunday March to the cenotaph.  Megan a member of the Army cadets, and Lydia, a musician in the Air cadets. They were well drilled, practised and ready to march.

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  • Respectful and Kind

    Published 16/11/23

    This week, we had an online Kindness Workshop from the charity 52 Lives (www.52-lives.org) and their School of Kindness! We learned that kindness has three qualities – being friendly, generous and considerate.  We learnt about the science of kindness and the positive impact it has on our physical and mental health. Next, we practised empathy by watching videos of kindness in action and then said kind things to each other in the classroom.  To put our kindness into action, we thought of someone we knew who could do with a little kindness. We then made them something in our classrooms and plan to give it to them this week.  Finally, we looked at the quote ‘be the change that you want to see in the world’ and decided that we can help to create the kind of world we want to live in. The School of Kindness has a Kids’ Club which is free to join where you will get a free newsletter with kind challenges, stories, activities, jokes, competitions and videos to watch.  Just visit www.schoolofkindness.org/kids-club to sign up.   

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  • Inspiring Excellence in London

    Published 16/11/23

    In order to Inspire Excellence, Key Stage 4 learners visited London to see Macbeth at the Globe Theatre.  This eagerly anticipated trip started with a train ride to Kings Cross and all were ready to walk to Camden Lock and the market there, where we visited the waffle shop.

    A tube ride took us to the Thames and a short walk to the theatre.  All the learners were engaged, focused and a respectful audience.  This play forms part of Year 10’s GCSE English Literature programme.

    The day finished with a huge delay because of signalling problems but everybody was safe but glad to see home.

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