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Daily Briefing

Friday 22nd March 2019

ALL

1.

Friday Lunch - Dove Choir - DA47

SKA

2.

Ski Meeting on Wednesday 27th March at 12.40 in the Lecture Theatre (Room 205)

Important you attend as roomings will be sorted.  Please bring medical forms if you haven't already

VLB

3.

EVENING OF THE ARTS - Friday 29th March, 7pm, Trent Hall. An evening of Music, Drama, Art & Dance from all year groups across the Academy. Tickets on sale now from reception at Dove and Trent campuses. £5 adult/£3 concessions

SKA

DOVE

1.

Year 7/8 girls/boys rugby club: We will be training outside on Friday so please bring your boots and appropriate clothing.

SAF

2.

Y7 Passport to Success students- please ensure you see Miss Bird this week to earn your rewards

SAF

3.

Geography Club on Monday is massively important! Miss Stonebridge is undertaking some research and needs some willing volunteers, who are keen and engaged! Come along, the more the merrier! 

OJA

4.

Badminton Club has started again, Tuesday evenings from 3.30pm - 4.30pm in the Trent Sports Hall.

CT

5.

Years 7 & 8: - Do you like Gymnastics, Cheerleading or Dance? Are you free on Saturday 22nd June 2019 and would like to perform at William Shrewsbury Summer Gala? If you would like more details please attend a short meeting on Wednesday 27th March 2019 at 12:30 in Dove Gym, lunchtime clubs will then be arranged dependant on numbers.

 

6.

Dove Book of the Week Available to borrow from the LC:  To celebrate World Poetry Day on Thursday, borrow "Poems From Many Cultures" compiled by Fiona Waters. An inspiring introduction to poetry old and new from Africa and America to Russia and India and more! It explores customs and beliefs of different cultures and offers exciting opportunities to compare the familiar with the unexpected.

SMa

7.

Lost: Black/white Beats headphones. Last seen in LC at Dove. I found please return to reception

JM

TRENT

1.

Trent Book of the Week: Available to borrow from the LC: To celebrate World Poetry Day on Thursday, borrow "Too Black, Too Strong" by Benjamin Zephaniah. Zephaniah shows that he's a poet who won't stay silent, who doesn't pull any punches, writing out of a sense of urgency and a commitment to social justice. He opens this hard-hitting and blackly funny book of poems with an outspoken comment on where he's coming from, setting his poetry against the political landscape of Britain

SMa