Monthly Archives: June 2017


Following British Values – Voting for our House Captains

On 22nd June 2017, students voted for their House Captains. In the weeks leading up to voting day, students wishing to become candidates completed an application form on which they stated the qualities they felt they had which would make them an effective House Captain and what made them proud to be a member of

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The Great Get Together

More than 200 teenagers today marked the start of a UK-wide weekend of celebrations of the life of the murdered MP Jo Cox. The 14 and 15 year olds from Ninestiles School and Cockshut Hill School formed a large heart-shaped chain and spell out her name along with MP Jess Phillips. There will coverage from the BBC

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Article 32: Child Labour

What does it mean?  Governments must protect children from work that is dangerous or might harm their health or education. Why is it Article of the Month? June 12th is World Day against Child Labour.  At this very moment around 168 million children are involved in child labour in the world.  Conflicts and disasters have

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Study Leave 2017

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Cockshut Hill School wins respect award

Cockshut Hill School has been accredited as a Level 1 Rights Respecting School. They started the journey in the summer of 2016 forming an action plan to become Rights Respecting. The school chose to underpin its vision for improvement around the award strategically planning its practices around elements involved. At the heart of the award lie

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