WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING
STUDENTS & THEIR PARENTS/CARERS
TO OUR YEAR 6 TRANSITION EVENING
TODAY - THURSDAY 20 JUNE
FROM 6PM TO 8PM
Great tasting meals were produced in our TNHA kitchen as part of Food Technology Course taking into account planning, nutrition and hygiene. These amazing dishes certainly ‘ticked all the boxes’.
A young archer is using his talent to raise money for those who helped his Dad recover from a heart attack by shooting 1000 arrows with a longbow. Staff and students at TNHA wish him the very best of luck with his fundraising efforts and in achieving his goal! Follow the link to learn more from his interview with KLFM radio.
Just how stretchy is slime? This was amongst the experiments researched, designed, planned and eventually tested, by our young scientists to prove or disprove their hypothesis. They also investigated, fruit batteries, flame testing and dissolvable pigments in Skittles during this exciting Year 8 Science project.
Some rather fantastic furniture has been produced in our Design & Technology Department. Students were encouraged to use their talents and imagination in designing and making a child’s chair. Using the various machinery, tools and paint available to them, together with lots of hard work, their ideas came to life. We can all agree they did not disappoint with their efforts!
Well done to three of our bravest staff who were happy to help raise money for the Year 11 Prom.
They were grateful of the sunshine whilst dodging the wet sponges!
We say ‘goodbye’ today to our Attendance Officer, Ms. Lanchbury, as she retires and wish her very many wonderful adventures – she has lots of exciting plans!
Staff & students at TNHA will miss you.
“Lang may yer lum reek”
Scottish saying: - "long may your chimney smoke'