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Science Week Antics

As part of National Science Week, students at NCW have been embracing their inner Scientists and sharing knowledge with a local mainstream school.

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We continue to monitor the national and international situation very closely and ask that all individuals connected with the school follow the advice from Public Health England and the World Health Organization and act accordingly.

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Hugby on BBC Breakfast

A group of students at NCW have regular Hugby training every Tuesday evening at Worcester Warriors Rugby Club, however a recent training session was very different! Mike Bushell, Presenter on BBC Breakfast, paid a visit to get stuck in and have a go at the inclusive sport with students. Rico, Tom and Ryley were interviewed

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The Holes cast

Digging for Gold

Mr Hinds, Head of English, recently took a group of students to the theatre as part of their studies in English! “Despite the rain and the floods, the Holes that Year 7 and 8 went to see at Malvern Theatre were dry as a bone. The only dangers were the rattlesnakes and yellow spotted lizards.

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Students passing around anatomy

Operating Theatre Live!

In anticipation for British Science Week (6 – 15 March), the NCW gym was transformed in to a real life operating theatre! On Monday 2 March, we welcomed Operating Theatre Live, an award-winning event which offers a curriculum-linked learning experience based around the dissection of real anatomical specimens in a simulated operating theatre. Students from

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Visiting the Worcester Cathedral

EU Erasmus+ visit to NCW

Over the last year, NCW has been involved in an EU-funded Erasmus+ project which is linked to students who are considered disadvantaged in a variety of ways, sharing cultural experiences with one another. As well as NCW, the project involves schools from five other European countries; Poland, Bulgaria, Romania, Spain and Turkey. Groups of students

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INJA school visits NCW

During February, our French partner school INJA (Institut National des Jeunes Aveugles) were welcomed to experience a week of cultural exchange and school life at NCW.

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