In and Out of School
12th October 2018
On the 4th October, students went to the Lowry in Salford Quays to see Macbeth. The trip was to aid Year 11 in their GCSE Literature paper, but it was also a lot of fun. The thrilling display put on by members of The Lowry Theatre, not only had the forty students hooked, but also had Mr Nolan cheering for more!
On the 5th of October, the school celebrated World Staff in Education Day to commemorate and be thankful for all of the staff in our school who work tirelessly to keep our school running the way it is! All students wrote thank you letters to the staff to show their personal gratitude for all of their hard work. Some students even emailed staff to show their strong appreciation. We would personally love to thank every single staff member of Middlewich High School; your support is extremely valued.
Within the past week, students, staff and colleagues around the school have been very benevolent and participated in fundraising for the Young Minds mental health charity for World Mental Health Day. There was a non-uniform day based around the colour of yellow where we encouraged the school to wear at least 1 item of yellow clothing, a cake sale held by our food tech teacher Mrs Lowden (which was extremely successful as all the cakes were sold!), and yellow key rings on sale throughout the entire week which say ‘#HelloYellow.’ It was so wonderful witnessing our school take part in the fundraising for when it comes to charity events, Middlewich High School love to raise the most amount of money we can.
Our Sports Prefects have been doing a great job over the last couple of weeks, by marshalling the Primary Cross Country competition, and refereeing the Primary Girls' Football. It's great to see them working within the community and supporting our local primary students.