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Students Show True Colours in Rainbow Run

Ashby School’s first ever colour run, where students doused themselves in a rainbow of powder paint before embarking on a 5k run, is expected to raise more than £700 for c...

01.05.2015Click to read more >

Charlotte Presents Prizes to Exceptional Students

Inspirational athlete Charlotte Wilkinson-Burnett, who launched a successful canoeing career after being paralysed in an accident, presented awards to more than 50 exceptiona...

01.05.2015Click to read more >

Students Cast Votes in Mock General Election

Students at Ashby School have been casting their votes in a mock general election, to determine which party they would like to see in government. All 1,700 student...

30.04.2015Click to read more >

Three Teams Make it to Loughborough Games

All three teams representing Ashby School at this year's Spring Games at Loughborough University narrowly missed out on first place. The boys' dodgeball team, girl...

30.04.2015Click to read more >

Ashby School is Good, Says Ofsted

Ashby School is a ‘good school’ across the board, according to Ofsted inspectors. Its boarding facility has been rated outstanding. The school, which was inspe...

02.03.2015Click to read more >

Study Leave Dates for Years 11, 12 and 13

Study leave for students starts on the following dates: Year 11 - Friday 15 May Year 12 - Friday 8 May (return Monday 8 June) Year 13 - Frida...

27.02.2015Click to read more >

English - Year 10

Spring term 2015

Pupils are working towards a Shakespeare assessment worth 25% of their Literature GCSE.  Following this, they will begin their second piece of creative writing which goes towards their Language GCSE.

Autumn term 2014

Year 10 – Students are working on a piece of Gothic Writing in preparation for their first controlled assessment.  Following this they will go on to study Spoken Language looking at 2 classroom based transcripts which will also be for a controlled assessment.  Before Christmas they will begin looking at a Shakespeare play.

 

 

 

 

 

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