Netball Fixture Results

A busy week of Netball Fixtures…

Yr8 Earls team beat Pedmore 8:1 fantastic game and teamwork. Superb shooting. Special mention to POM (Player of the Match) Rebecca

Yr10 Earls team beat Pedmore 11:2, superb shooting, excellent teamwork and communication. POM: Evie and Daisy, Players player Chloe

Yr9 Earls team unfortunately lost to Ridgewood but battled hard throughout and didn’t give up. POM Sahara

A big well done to all girls involved, they have demonstrated excellent teamwork, communication and resilience.

The Earls High School – National recognition of our mental health support for students and staff.

In conjunction with the Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools based at Leeds Beckett University, The Earls High School is delighted to confirm that we have recently been award the School Mental Health Award – Silver Status.

The Department of Education recognises the direct link between positive mental health in schools and successful education outcomes; the Mental Health Award for Schools builds on this link and provides a framework to evidence policies and interventions that work towards improving the emotional health and wellbeing for both staff and students.

Paul Ramage, Deputy Headteacher and Mental Health Lead said, “Good relationships and connections are at the heart of our school, and the award framework challenged us to take a more structured approach to build on the strong culture of care already present at The Earls.”

The report recognised that “staff are open and able to discuss issues; they feel supported and that filters down to the children. Staff are skilled at spotting mental health issues and know what to do when they spot them.” Since Covid, the school has significantly increased the number of staff trained in adolescent mental health first aid and this has strengthened first line support. The report goes on to state that “a particular strength of the school […] is children and parents knowing what’s available to them, making the services easier to access, and staff knowing how to provide the support.”

Headteacher Jamie Fox, said, “We appreciate that schools have a crucial role to play in supporting the wellbeing of students and giving them the skills they need to thrive in our modern world. At The Earls High School we put the care of our students at the centre of everything we do and it is very satisfying that our work has been recognised by the Carnegie School of Education.

School Magazine – Spring 2022

School Magazine – Spring 2022

Short Stories

A collection of short stories written by Earls’ Students

100 Things to Do

Things to see, do and visit in the local area

Poetry

A selection of poetry written by Earls’ Students

Things That Matter

The things that matter to us

House Information

Quiz

Just for fun: quizzes, jokes and cartoons

Year 7 Art Club

Year 7 Art Club

We are so proud of our amazing Year 7 Art club members!   Art students set to work over the last few months during an extracurricular club, bringing to life a set of props for our school’s upcoming theatrical production ‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’.   Great fun was had by all the students constructing a fabulous set of lively sculptural 3D creations.   Our students enthusiastically threw themselves into solving new design challenges and built upon their teamwork skills. Well done Art club we look forward to seeing what you create next.

The production is showing Friday 6 and Saturday 7 May.

Comic Relief 2022 Fundraising

Comic Relief 2022 Fundraising

On Friday 18 March 2022, The Earls High School students & staff raised an amazing £282.82 for Comic Relief.

Money was donated from selling red noses, quiz & puzzle booklets, raffle tickets, bakes, and the extra generous donations from staff.

The raffle to win the cute Comic Relief 2022 cuddly was drawn by Mr Fox, Monday 21 March, and was won by Lilly in Year 7. Congratulations!

Netball Fixture Results

This week the year 8 & 9 Netball teams had a home fixture against Windsor. Both teams played incredibly well and worked hard as a team.

Earls year 8 won 7:2

Earls year 9 won 10:0 Players of the Match Danni and Daisy

Congratulation to all girls involved, great team effort!