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All the latest news from Sale High School. For more news and information please visit our social media platforms which are accessible from the homepage.  

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Christmas Charity Launch

This week we have launched our Christmas charity collection of food and gifts for our local food bank. Students are being encouraged to think of other this Christmas and donate to the appeal. The collection runs until the 10th December, any donations should be taken to the Head of House office

Students will receive a raffle ticket in return for their donation which will be entered into a special Christmas draw to win some great prizes! The House with the most items collected will also be rewarded

Our donations will go Trafford South Food Bank. A list of the most needed items can be found below. Any donation no matter how small can make a huge difference to someone’s life and also helps teach our young people to think of other, particularly at Christmas time

If you have a parents evening scheduled before 10 December we will have table available for donations in the hall

Most needed items

Toiletries
Toilet roll
Sanitary towels/tampons
Toothbrushes/Toothpaste
Biscuits
Treats
Selection boxes
Tinned food – veg, fruit, soup, tuna, stew, corned beef, beans
Soups
Sauces
Tin openers
Peanut butter
Jam
Long life milk
Cereal
Rice
Cuppa soups
Oil
Nuts
Crisps
Anything that has a long use by date

 

Poppy Appeal

To inspire our students and get them thinking about remembrance Sunday the art department have created this moving display in the Hall. Well done to all the students who have worked on this. Poppies are available to buy in school at lunch and break time. Look out for our special glitter poppies created by Ms Boardman and her student team

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School Production

Huge congratulations to all the cast and crew of ‘Alice in Wonderland Jr.’ Two superb performances were given on the 1st and 2nd of November and Miss Bussell and Mrs Arukavic could not be more proud of you all. Both evenings were a riot of colourful cakes (in the theme of Alice…of course), good company and comedy laughs, what more could you ask for on a night out? We could not have done this without parents, friends, colleagues from other departments and local businesses who supported us on our way; either by assisting on the night or donating raffle prizes. Thank you! A special mention also to Miss Kenny who started the production process with us but has since moved to pastures new. Thank you all, we hope you enjoyed the experience as much as we did and we will see you in July for the next production

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Language Ambassadors

The Languages Department have launched a new project to create a team of Ambassadors to promote and support the importance of language learning in school. After a rigourous application and interview process Ms Horn and Ms Payne are pleased to appoint the following students to the role. They were chosen for their talent and committment to the MFL department. Well done to everyone who applied and congratulations to our successful candidates. Language Ambassadors for 2017 are; Lucia Rodriguez, Isabel freeman, Aadya Prakesh, Layla Khan, Yulia Saenz-Miller, Wiktoria Konieczna, Kai Warmisham, Jon Proudman, George Escott, James Cobos, Will Martin and Nathan Dalton

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