Teachers in Detention!
Student Leadership Blog 17/11/17
On Thursday Middlewich High School hosted a football tournament for Year 6 boys. This event involved 6 primary schools from all over the region. Making Middlewich High School a local centre for sport for those in Primary school is a goal that is being met by the PE department. There are more tournaments to be held in the future, boys’ and girls’ football as well as other sports and events.
This week has also been great for the year 7 and 11 netball teams. On Wednesday, both teams played a match against Weaverham away where the year 7 girls scored yet another win to their name! The team is coming along well and seems to be making its mark amongst other schools for being a strong netball team. Despite the year 11 loss, it has been lovely to see friendships forming between the two teams over the last 5 years of netball, and build such a friendly relationship between the two schools. We hope these friendships continue to develop after the year 11s leave for college, with fellow students from other schools, in the summer.
On Friday the 17th of October the whole school participated in various money-raising activities for Children in Need. Many students paid 50p to come to school with one non-uniform item to celebrate and support the day, whilst also bringing money for different things during the day. Some of these events included paying to vote for which teachers should be put into detention, so the students could give the teachers a taste of their own medicine! There were also tombolas and cake sales held with the help of enthusiastic students and teachers, who wanted to participate in the enjoyable day to ensure we raised the most amount of money possible for Children in Need.