The Year 10 GCSE Dance students experienced a professional dance workshop on Tuesday 1st May, 2018, with a dancer from the Motionhouse Dance Company. This workshop was to help develop the students choreographic ideas for their GCSE Group Performance coursework, this included complex lifts and contact work.
On Wednesday 2nd May, year 9 students were given the opportunity to take part in an action packed poetry workshop led by Birmingham’s current poet laureate Matt Windle and Alan ‘Kurly’ McGeachie. The activities were all linked to the unit of work students are currently studying in English focused on the theme of ‘Identity’ and […]
Congratulations to Cameron and Alice for being awarded the headteacher star of the week award. Cameron demonstrates real excellence, care and partnership by contributing his time and energy to develop his sports leadership skills and in his extra curricular drama with many instances of helping others and working his very […]
The Samba band were incredibly fortunate to have been invited to perform at the Emerge Festival in Haden Hill Park on Saturday, alongside some fantastic Drama work. Please click the link for pictures and videos of our second performance. Our first performance was in front of the house, however the coming […]
On Wednesday, Student Friends of The Earls were joined by parents, senior staff and governors of the school for a celebration of their achievements over the preceding year. Following speeches by Mrs Dimmock and Governor Tracy Price, Certificates and Awards were presented following the group’s recent triumph at the Dudley […]
Friday 23rd March was a big day for singers in Halesowen as students from nine different primary schools and Earls High gathered together for the annual Halesowen Primary Singing Festival. Singers joined in en-masse numbers as well as each individual school performing a short set rehearsed especially for the day. […]
This week we honour Jannah and Shennel for excellence. Jannah went well beyond expectations in History and was able to tell me about Richard Arkwright and his Spinning Jenny which was a huge technological advance and Shennel always works incredbly well but Mrs McLellan wanted to record her praise for the […]
The Earls Orchestra travelled into Birmingham today, to participate in the first Regional stages of the Music for Youth competition 2018. The ensemble performed a wide variety of pieces from an Irish Party in Third Class, to Dvorjak’s New World Symphony. Upon receipt of feedback students learnt that they have impressive […]