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Y9 Parents Evening February 27th

Appointments can be
booked using our online booking system

https://ysgoleirias.parentseveningsystem.co.uk

from Friday  26/1/18 until  Wednesday 21/2/18 

Link to the letter sent home including instructions

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or ring the school on 01492 532025
 

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Calling all Year 9 pupils!

Over the new few weeks you will be starting to think

about your all-important Options for next year

CLICK HERE FOR IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT OPTIONS  

   Click here for the  Year 9 Options booklet 

                          

 

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Y10 Parents Evening February 6th

Appointments can be
booked using our online booking system

https://ysgoleirias.parentseveningsystem.co.uk

 until Friday  2/2/18 

Link to the letter sent home including instructions

If you have any problems accessing the system or booking
appointments please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
or ring the school on 01492 532025
 

                    

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 Year 9 Annual Reports

 now available

 Link For EIG

Link For Lost/New Password/Username

 

 

Headteachers welcome

 

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Friday, 09 February 2018 10:17

Eirias music and drama visit to London for Matilda experience Featured

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By Head Girl of 6th form, Lauren Tansley

With it being my last year in Ysgol Eirias, I was certain that I would go on the London trip one last time and all I can say is that I had an amazing time.

Matilda had some of the best choreography I have ever seen.

It was quirky, fast and daring and I believe that it added to the atmosphere of being in the theatre.

The stage design and the constant use of blocks and squares was extremely effective and allowed us as an audience to be pulled into the performance. The use of props such as the swings and the gates to exaggerate body movements, and create different levels, fascinated me as it must have the other members of the audience.

The ‘Magic’ of the musical really came to life throughout the night and as an audience, I think we all forgot that we were watching something that was on a stage, as we were totally engrossed within the action and fantasy of the story.

We attended a workshop led by a brilliant Musical Director which was challenging, but so much fun.

The range of vocal ability throughout the room no longer mattered, as we became a group that pretty much aced the given song ’Revolting Children’. With nothing but positive feedback from Mike, Tom and the teachers, it’s pretty easy to say we felt quite proud of ourselves.

The Q&A with cast member Tom Muggeridge allowed us to ask questions we may not ask others.  It was extremely beneficial to hear his responses, especially for me as I am planning to study drama next year in University.

All in all I thoroughly enjoyed myself over this weekend, it really was a magical experience. 

 

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