A Sixth Form student at Bishop Vaughan School has been selected to participate in a prestigious writing residential programme. Maria, a Year 12 student, is one of only 20 young people to be selected for the Beacons Project, a creative writing residential run by the Hay Festival. The Hay Festival of Literature is an annual […]
On the 28th September 2017 Bishop Vaughan celebrated National Poetry Day. An event was held in the library which gave pupils the chance to think about what freedoms and rights they enjoy, and to write a short poem about what freedom means to them. Pupils could also decorate a dove, find out about some famous […]
Bishop Vaughan Pupils celebrated Roald Dahl Day with lots of activities including quizzes, word searches and games. The winners with the best work were – 1st Lukas Boborowski 7I 2nd Jim Cua 7I 3rd Alex Miles 7D Well done to the winners and everyone who participated.
The theme this year for National Poetry Day is freedom. We will be having activities in the Library at lunchtime on Thursday next week including quizzes, the chance to read and write some freedom poems, making bunting and learning about inspirational people like Martin Luther King, Nelson Mandela and Malala. All pupils welcome.