I then also enjoyed cheering my friends on to the finish. The NHS also understands that many people believe the only job opportunities within the NHS are for highly qualified health care professionals. “Today started with some games including quizzes. Students in Year 9 recently visited the University of Hertfordshire to take part in a Pathfinder Day. One of our Year 9 Students writes about the enjoyment and challenge of Maths Club. We look forward to following their academic journeys and have no doubt that they will use the foundation that they’ve built at The Sele School to propel them to even greater heights. Our Head Boy will be taking  a role in the back stage organisation that makes the performance run smoothly, while one of his fellow Sixth Formers has multiple roles as a dancer, zombie and sprite. After contacting Jenny for more information about her history and development as a musician it was interesting to learn that she started learning to play the guitar at the age of nine and co-opted her pianist elder sister into learning some songs they could perform together in talent shows. This condo was built in 1969 and last sold on for. When I finished, I realised some of the others I had just gone past still had one more lap to go, which made me feel even better about what I had accomplished. Sharn Tomlinson accepted the cheque on behalf of Keech Hospice; Sally Patterson accepted the funds raised on behalf of Mind in Mid Herts and Ian Vallance collected the donation on behalf of The Smile Train. Year 11 students at The Sele School in Hertford presented cheques to representatives from three different charities during their assembly. Progress 8                                                                             -0.50, Basics (English & Maths only)                                                   49%, English 4+                                                                               66%, Maths 4+                                                                                54%, English 5+                                                                               42%, Maths 5+                                                                                33%, 5 x 9-4 including English & Maths                                             40%, Students entered for the Ebacc                                                47%, Students achieving Ebacc                                                         24%, Progress 8                                                                            -0.28, Basics (English & Maths only)                                           55%, English 4+                                                                             73%, Maths 4+                                                                              61%, English 5+                                                                             46%, Maths 5+                                                                              36%, 5 x 9-4 including English & Maths                                            44%, Students entered for the Ebacc                                              53%, Students achieving Ebacc                                                       27%. When asked about her early education, Emma referred to attending The Sele School, followed by studying Earth Sciences at Oxford then a PhD in Volcanology at Bristol University. The Salmon Sisters played together for ten years, backing some of the big names of the time and appearing on TV, before deciding to pursue new careers, which saw Jenny become a solo artist. Creating the castles was also fun because it was a task that encouraged us to be creative. Reflecting on the trip Jordan said “Japan is beautiful. I attended last year and I hope to be chosen again this year. Most qualifications have a difficulty level. We are also particularly proud of our Head Boy, Jordan Russell, who achieved very good results gaining 2 Grade Bs in Maths and Physics. Please click on the link to visit Cedar's website to watch and hear this excellent production: Cardiac Risk in the Young Screening Event, Good Citizenship demonstrated at The Sele School. Thank you for your generosity and continued support. All donations were distributed between the three charities and presented at the assembly. Click here to listen: Corona Virus Monologue. Our work at Key Stage 3 is designed to allow students to be ready to access this work at KS4. We are immensely proud of the fact that all our students who wished to go on to Higher Education have been successful in securing their place at their first choice University. Linking St Andrew's Street to Gascoyne Way and likely to get a lot more foot traffic with the recent opening of a new supermarket, the underpass has been lined with art works from local schools and showcases four works by our talented students. These included: a keep, portcullis, barbican, towers, curtain wall, moat and many others. Our other mention in the national press came in the Saturday magazine of The Guardian when a 'Let's move to' article featured Hertford and listed The Sele School as being 'good' in accordance with our most recent Ofsted report. ... chief executive of the Grammar School Heads Association, said the results … After lunch the students were given a talk on ‘The Creation of Number’ delivered by Ben Sparks from the University of Bath. On Friday 20 September 2019, the Sixth Form Senior Student Committee will be holding a ‘Wear Your Jeans Day’ as part of Jeans For Genes. We congratulate them all on this fantastic achievement. Founded in 1850, The University of Utah is the flagship institution of higher learning in Utah, and offers over 100 undergraduate and more than 90 graduate degree programs to over 30,000 students. We are encouraged to get sponsored to do the run and we can even wear fancy dress on the day! The Sele School will be holding our cupcake day on Thursday 19th September. Despite the challenges we’ve all faced, the optimism and belief in what is possible motivates us to unearth our life’s purpose and so we wish you all the best in your future endeavours. Every year, the PE Department holds a Race for Life at the school, where everyone is invited to take part and raise money for Cancer Research. Well done to all our students who no doubt will take this experience as a platform from which to grow and explore the myriad of opportunities that await them. New dates will be advised ASAP. A Message from the Headteacher, Mr Quach. The exchange also included a full cultural programme of visits and activities. Grants were also awarded to three other local organisations and good causes. The weather for the weekend looked promising with no forecast of rain. The 618 sq. Every speech was well researched and delivered, with a huge focus being on the Education, Health and Environmental Policies each party had. For further info, please click on the link: World after COVID-19, Talented Year 10 GCSE Drama Student has written and recorded a brilliant monologue about the devastating personal and public effects of the Covid-19 Emergency. With the support of Sele Governor, Stephen McEnally, students have been working hard to obtain sponsorship and raise money to enable them to participate in this chance of a lifetime. Here the students attended workshops where Victoria investigated cellular viability using fluorescent probe technique and Jordan researched and produced innovative science supported defence and avoidance strategies in the wake of natural disasters. This year the trip was centred in Sendai a city in the North of Japan at the renown Tōhoku University. The Sele School who provided us with the rooms for the screening. Facsimile: 01992 500408 This gave me an insight into just how expensive it could be. We are pleased to hear from the charity 'Herts Welcomes Refugees' that donations from The Sele School and Morgans Primary School have helped the charity to reach their target of having enough gifts for all of the children in the county. Their results were outstanding and a fitting reflection of the maturity, hard work and determination they have shown, not just this year, but throughout their school life. Lunch was followed by having to estimate the amount of budget for living in university. Their album 'This Time' is now available on Amazon Music, iTunes and Spotify. There is much to celebrate with this year’s results both in our Year 12 and Year 13 cohorts. Each of the charities were chosen after a vote by the students when they were lower down the school. ... and Level 2 is at about the same level of difficulty as a GCSE at grade C/4 or above. Green Recovery that puts people and planet first. Click here to listen: Key Stage 3 Creative Writing Competition - Summer 2020. Here are the GCSE results for those who sat exams at Sale Grammar School in 2019. For 2016 Examination Results please follow the links below: © 2021 The Sele School | Terms of use Spring Term 2021 . At the VEX Robot Rumble, held at the University of Hertfordshire in January, The Sele School Year 10 Robotics Team beat fifteen other schools to win the overall competition. This was the start of a point scoring, which ever team got the most points through the day would win. We currently use the OCR specification for English Literature at A Level. For more images of the Duke of Edinburgh Exhibition Event please go to Galleries. A comprehensive run down of the highest scoring schools in terms of GCSE Attainment 8 for this year. One of the firm favourites with the group was the very exciting giant swing and zip wire where students wore safety harnesses and were clipped on to a metal bar. Tasks included; designing community centres, carrying out surveys/questionnaires and participating in role plays and debates. Students at The Sele should be proud of their commitment to their studies which has enabled them to pursue a pathway that is appropriately interesting and meaningful for them. After watching The Sele School students perform a dance which was based on the values of the Award; challenge, teamwork and independence, he then spent a few minutes speaking with the dancers about their experiences of doing the Duke of Edinburgh Award. Raft Building ended up with everybody getting very wet in the lake as the rafts we made with barrels and rope unfortunately did eventually fall apart. The Sele School is delighted to have been invited to take part in an Underpass Art initiative, turning this usually plain space into an informal Art Gallery. Thanks to Tesco, Hertford Key Stage 3 students will be able to enjoy drinks and snacks when they attend a special - for one night only - fundraising Movie Night at The Sele School on Thursday 13 February. Inspection report: The Sele School, 19 September 2012 4 of 9 Inspection judgements The achievement of pupils is good Results in external examinations have increased over the last three years. pioneering research, crucial support services and vital care. Now the Leverhulme Research Fellow in Volcanology at Cambridge University's Department for Earth Sciences; Emma's research involves the measurement of the metals in volcanic emissions. Later this week (Wednesday 15 to Sunday 19 January) three Sele students will be taking part in the HDOS Traditional Pantomime, Sleeping Beauty, at Hertford Theatre. Key Stage 3 This is Evie's monologue - you can still listen to the recording by scrolling down and clicking on the link: Entrants can submit either a written article, a short video or image that describes their vision for the world after the coronavirus crisis has passed. 'Year 7 took part in a fun project where we had to design & build a castle. Remember to be bold; take risks and be the change you want to see in the world. The private event was funded from the Mathew Blease Memorial Fund held by CRY. Hertfordshire MIND Network - live Q&A for young people, Coronavirus Monologue - the print version. Our collegiate approach (staff, students and parents/carers) to our students’ academic and personal success means that they can celebrate their achievements (albeit in a socially distanced way) and begin forging a bright and productive future. As well as seeing their work in print there will also be prizes for the best story in each year group. Student took part in quizzes and discussion about University life as well as taking a tour around campus to see how students live on site. The NHS also understands that many people believe the only job opportunities within the NHS are for highly qualified health care professionals. The race itself is three laps around the perimeter of the school’s fields; which is a lot more challenging than it sounds! We are pleased to be able to confirm that Hertford Town Council, through their Community grant scheme, has generously supported our fund raising drive to enable four of our Year 12 students to travel to Japan this summer. After a rigorous selection process Victoria  and Jordan were invited to represent the school in Japan. ... Haygrove Secondary School GCSE. The Sele School is delighted to have been invited to take part in an Underpass Art initiative, turning this usually plain space into an informal Art Gallery. We are extremely proud of you and your tremendous achievement, Dr Harris, and wish you every success in a long and distinguished career in medicine. “Adversity, it can break or make you.”  That is certainly true for this cohort. It demonstrates that knowledge can be used to not only improve our own circumstances but also the environment and how a nation prospers from its natural resources. In Key Stage 3 the Year 7's looked at the Rights and Responsibilities of Citizens; Year 8 investigated what makes up a community and Year 9 examined the Criminal Justice System. We hope that they all 'break a leg' as the saying goes. The Sele School is privileged to have been offered a place on this prestigious scheme for the third time, as this opportunity is only open to five schools nationwide. It was an exhibition that took a slightly different form to the art that you would normally expect to see. 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