Year 11 Careers Interviews this week

Year 11 Careers interviews this week with Mrs Gillespie. In the careers room on the top corridor opposite A1

Tuesday 17th September
10:25 Noah Singh-Barmi 11CBK
10:55 Maja Kossobudzka 10RDI
11:25 Jemma Halpine 11CBK
11.55 emma cotterill 11PGO
13:10 Millie Dalby 11GGR
13:40 Emma Norton 11RDI
Thursday 19th September
10:25 Bobby Kirk 11RDI
10:55 Jessica Patel 11 SRI
11:25 Sophie hurst 11KBE
11.55 Leon Patel Hitchcock 11SRI
13:10 Susie Lewis 11CMN
13:40 Josh Bradshaw 11RDI

Roald Dahl Day!

Inspire your class to write like Roald Dahl…

To celebrate this special day, we are inviting your pupils to create their very own short story or poem inspired by Roald Dahl. Selected young writers will have their work published and also be in with a chance of winning a Golden Ticket to  The Roald Dahl Museum & Story Centre for 2 Adults and up to  3 Children!

Download your entry forms here!

Closing Date: 31st October 2019

Leicestershire Police Work Experience Opportunity 2019-2020

Leicestershire Police are now advertising / recruiting for their 2020 Work Experience Programme.  They will be offering 2x one week work experience opportunities for the following weeks

  • Week commencing 17th February 2020
  • Week commencing 28th June 2020

The work experience week is usually made up of short visits to different areas of the policing business in order to get a feel for the environment and the type of work involved.

If any students are interested in applying for this fantastic opportunity, Leicestershire Police are welcoming all enquiries / applications via email (HRWorkforceSuccessionPlanning@leicestershire.pnn.police.uk) to which further information will be sent onto the students upon receipt of their enquiry.

Street art competition for Years 8 -11

This year saw ‘Bring the Paint 2019′ bring graffiti artists from all over the world to the streets of Leicester this summer, splashing colour and talent throughout the city. Bosworth Academy would like to launch its own street art competition. This is open to to years 8 through to 11. Your brief is to make a street art style design under the theme of ’50 years of Bosworth’. You can use any medium. Alongside this you will need to submit a 50 word written piece  explaining/discussing ‘Is graffiti Art?’. Winners will have the opportunity to part take in a two day workshop led by a local graffiti artist. This will include a tour of the local graffiti as well as an opportunity to enjoy a master class in graffiti. Deadline for all entries is Thursday 10th October to the Art & Design faculty by the end of the day.

https://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/news/leicester-news/gallery/30-amazing-pictures-leicester-street-2909582

Leicestershire Police Work Experience

Leicestershire Police are now recruiting for their 2020 Work Experience Programme.  They will be offering one weeks work experience opportunity for either of the following weeks:

  • Week commencing 17th February 2020
  • Week commencing 28th June 2020

The work experience week is usually made up of short visits to different areas of the policing business in order to get a feel for the environment and the type of work involved.

This is a fantastic opportunity as Uniformed Services placements are not available through the school work experience service (LEBC).

If you would like to enquire or apply, please contact Leicestershire Police for further information on the email address below.

HRWorkforceSuccessionPlanning@leicestershire.pnn.police.uk

Summer Work Experience Placements Years 10, 11, 12

A reminder that students with work experience placements this summer must contact the employer ASAP to arrange an interview if you have not done so already to discuss the role and sign the agreement paperwork. Please ask a parent to contact the attendance team if your interview is in school time.

The agreement must be signed by employer, student and parent and then returned to Mrs Tallis in MLT by Friday 5th July.

National Writing Day

What is National Writing Day?

National Writing Day is an annual celebration of writing designed to inspire people across the UK to get writing. Our message is simple: everyone has a story to tell and sharing it can be a source of pleasure and power.

On 26th June 2019, we will aim to inspire creative writing on a grand scale—young people are more inclined to write creatively if they see adults around them doing so and writing can benefit people of all ages.

Everyone has a story to tell – what’s yours?

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