Attendance and punctuality are so important both for school life and for life when students have left school, that’s why Bedlingtonshire Academy celebrates attendance success when we can.
Each week the highest attending tutor group receives the ‘Attendance Trophy’ in assembly. The tutor group gets to keep and display the trophy until the following week when the next highest achieving attendance tutor group will receive the award.
Last weeks winners were MCO and JWO
Our very own Arieanne Masters, year 13 has been accepted into the BBC Proms Youth Choir Academy and will be performing in London on Saturday 21st July.
As part of its commitment to nurturing new talent, the BBC founded the BBC Proms Youth Choir in 2012. This multi-year project was designed to bring together the best young singers from across the UK and create a massed youth choir with opportunities to perform at the highest level with professional symphony orchestras at the BBC proms. The BBC Proms Youth Choir Academy, piloted in 2017 in London, is a scheme that aims to discover new voices from all musical backgrounds and develop them in a choral setting.
Arrieanne states: “this year we are performing a movement from Beethoven and another secret composition. I am in the Soprano section and will be joining a group of 150 soprano singers in London at the Royal Albert Hall. I will be learning how to sing in choral arrangements as well as developing my singing skills in classical music.
Residency at Gateshead starts in July and the choir I am in will be joining 200 members of youth choirs from all over the UK to form the Proms Youth Choir”
Well Done Arieanne!
Just a reminder that students will return to school on Monday 16th April, 2018.
Students from Bedlington Academy visited Alpe D’Heuz as part of the school ski trip. They had the opportunity to have ski lessons for 4hrs per day and made amazing progress during the week. Apres ski was full of fun and gave them the opportunity to relax and appreciate the village surroundings. Ice skating, bum boarding, Winter Olympics and ice laser were a few of the night time activities. The students were excellent ambassadors for our school
Congratulations and thank you to students who took part in the sponsored ‘Read for Good’ challenge
13 students have raised £170.70 which will go towards buying books for children in hospital.
The photo is a selection of the students who took part