Year 6 Open Evening-Thursday 26th September & Open Morning Friday 27th September 2019
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Please see the attached booklet which provides a wealth of information on what Career paths are available and how to achieve them.
Please find attached 'Welcome Back Letter' from our new Headteacher.
Earlier in the year, one hundred Year 9 students took part in an Enterprise Chal-lenge in school, with the winning team earning a spot at the National Final at Wembley on the 10th July. The National Enterprise Challenge and The Learning Inspira-tion Group set them the task of creating, planning and branding an event to en-courage more women and girls to play football.
Our Year 9 team competed against schools from all over the country in their bid to be crowned champions. It is a highly prestigious event with Theo Paphitis—one of the patrons of the event - there to speak, hand out prizes and to hear the pitches of the top ten teams.
At the time of writing, the results had not yet come in… but what a fantastic achievement and an amazing experience to pitch in a place that has seen many a great final!
Please find attached a copy of 'The Voice', which showcases the fantastic term that our students have had at Idsall!
Welcome to Idsall School! Please refer to our Induction Evening Presentation for invaluable information.
Our Young Enterprise team, “Scrambled”, comprising of 9 students have won the very prestigious award of “Company Of The Year”, and now move forward to represent the region at the West Midlands finals at HSBC headquarters in Birmingham on June 6th. Scrambled is based on recycling, reviving and reusing old board games for other uses rather than them being discarded as rubbish. The team have focused on making coasters, picture frames, key rings and other household and personal artefacts using the board game pieces.
15 schools and 22 teams from across Telford & Wrekin and Shropshire took part in the Young Enterprise national competition, where companies had to compete across 4 different aspects - Trade Fairs, Presentation, Company Report and Dragons Den interview, where they were given a score out of 100 points.
The competition culminated in the awards evening at Telford Centre Hotel on Thursday 2nd May, with Idsall being nominated for 9 awards and winning 4.
We wish them continued success in the next stage of the competition.
Successful completion by 30 of our year 9 students.
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