You can hear the buzz of the day for yourselves!
“Thanks for letting us get involved! I was covering for my Drive Time show presenters yesterday, so wrote a big chunk of the show around the clips we’d gathered. I’ve chopped up the relevant bits and stuck it online here. It ended up being almost 18 minutes of content about the day & school!” Access FM’s Tom Copestake
If you need help with your Work Experience placement then see Mrs.Rand, Miss.Rogers or Mrs. Hawkins.If it’s STEM you’re interested in then see Mr.Childerley. Good luck. deadline for your applications is January 17th 2014.
This is our new full school council for 2013/2014.
The Student Council met for the first time this year on 25th of November
The Student Council have a noticeboard in the small hall advising you of upcoming events and meetings. We are in the process of creating a Facebook page. Our next meeting is Monday the 2nd of December.
— Student Council 2013/14
Tone FM on the Heathfield Business partnership and has offered the Heathfield Students regular air time on the breakfast show. They will be one of the advisor on the Heathfield Work of Work day.
You can listen again to the audio here: https://audioboo.fm/boos/1757412-taunton-s-107-8-tone-fm-world-at-work-day
Please can all G&T students complete this short survey (only 4 questions) which can be found here:
Visit the link below to see the range of jobs available to all you young engineers
All students who attended the G&T session last week please visit the TOP ACHIEVERS blog to see the answers, the winners and a new puzzle!
Year 10 report: Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door
We went to Durdle Door for the day. It was surprisingly hot as the morning was foggy and cold.
We walked an awful lot but the sites were beautiful, we saw mass movement and erosion.
We walked near lulworth cove. We sat down and had a rest after all of the walking! The lulworth cove has been there for thousands of years. Over time where we were sat, in about five thousand years we will be sitting in the sea, due to erosion.
We then went into a nearby village near the cove and brought some ice cream, everyone was baking hot! Near where the fish and chip shop was Louise Barrah found a £5 note lucky her!!! After that, we all had a wander around the village. Then we got on the coach or mini bus and drove back to school after a long and tiring day. Sadly on the Thursday trip they got held up by traffic! It was amazing day and we advise future year 10s to take this opportunity.
By Louise Barrah, Beth Davies and Daisy Ross
Attention GCSE Science students! The first of the revision videos has been uploaded to the Science YouTube channel. Either click this link or go to YouTube and search for ”Heathfield Science”. Check back regularly as new videos on the topics you study in class will be added throughout the year.