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Chiltern Learning Trust Newsletter
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As a part of National Enterprise Week, we gave our budding young entrepreneurs in Year 10 the opportunity to demonstrate their entrepreneurial flair.
They fundraised for three local charities; Luton Foodbank, Keech Hospice and Friends of Bright Eyes (FOBE). The three Year 10 Business classes sold a range of items in the hall, from cakes to crackers, on Thursday 16th November.> view full article
Year 7 Rugby Team played Denbigh High School and were victorious with a 20 - 5 win (4 tries to 1).> view full article
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Year 9 Cricket team beat Chalk Hills in their game played on 27th June 2017.
Chalk Hills scored 69 off their 12 overs and we
did it for the loss of 1 wicket with 5 overs spare!
Bowling man of the match was Courtney McIlveen with an incredible 5 wickets in
Batting man of the match was Yusuf Khan, who retired with 28 not out to win the
We are looking forward to their game with stopsley next week.> view full article
Free school meal entitlement?
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Intermediate Athletics Squad
Our Intermediate Athletics Squad (Year 10/11) came 5th in the Luton Schools Athletics Cup yesterday out of 10 schools, a great effort considering we only had Year 10s take part due to exams and therefore a depleted squad.
The highlight of the evening came from our very own Year 9 Bethany Phillips who won the 800m race beating girls at least a year older...and by a long distance!
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Carnival Arts Workshop
Clary from Carnival Arts spent the day with some of our year 9 GCSE Art students and the workshop went extremely well.> view full article
Senior Trampolining Team - Well Done!
The Senior Trampolining Team won GOLD MEDALS at the Luton Schools Trampolining Competition!!! They were extremely nervous and it was a very tense moment for teachers and pupils watching their peers and students perform.> view full article
Putteridge High School joins the Chiltern Learning Trust