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12 hours ago

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We are celebrating the Queen's Jubilee early next in the Food department. All week KS3 will be having lessons on cake decorating and presentation of Jubilee celebration cupcakes.We are also launching a baking competition- see the details on the poster ... See MoreSee Less
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16 hours ago

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Last night Clayton played a Rugby fixture V St John Fisher. The match ended 6 tries to 2 in favour of St John Fisher. What was nice about the fixture was the opportunity, for many of the players to experience a proper game on a full-size pitch for the first time. Huge well done to the 14 lads who took part last night. It was an enjoyable match and some quality running of the ball on show from our squad. It also served as an opportunity for players from both schools to get to know the local Rugby club and get involved with Newcastle Rugby Club out of the school setting. ... See MoreSee Less
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Clayton returned to the track for the annual Athletics Championships at Northwood last Tuesday for the U15 (Y9) and U17 (Y10/11) championships. Having missed athletics for 3 years it was a welcome return for one of the strongest sports in the school. The teams did not disappoint either, with the Year 10/11 Boys and Girls who were runners up overall, (only Newcastle Under Lyme school bettered our performances as a team) and the same result, runners up, for the U15 boys. The U15 girls were 8th overall but performed excellently. There were many fine individual performances from our athletes, and we will see a total of 4 girls and 12 boys who will go to the County Championships to represent the District of Newcastle under Lyme on Saturday June 11th. In total we had 27 podium spots and 8 gold medal winners. We are super proud of all the athletes who competed on Tuesday; it was a big team effort despite it being an individual event, and the support the athletes gave one another was brilliant. A special shout out also to our 12 leaders who were stuck with Mr Rhodes all day timekeeping for all the running events. Our leaders were well praised by staff from other schools and without them the event would not have run as smoothly as it did. Thank you and well done to all involved. ... See MoreSee Less
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Year 9 got stuck in dissecting lambs in Mrs Alam's Biology lesson. ... See MoreSee Less
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Physics masterclass was a success for Triple students.Thank you to Mr Paxton. ... See MoreSee Less
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Clayton Hall Academy are incredibly proud to announce a recent student of ours, Greg Butler has been selected to represent England at this year's Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Greg has been working hard ever since he was 10 years old, is super focused and has finally reached one of his goals: to make a senior squad in a major championship. We wish Greg and his family all the best for the Games. Go smash it, Greg! We are so proud of you and it's lovely to think that a Commonwealth athlete came to Clayton. Greg is the only Brit to have beaten Adam Peaty in a swimming Gala in the past several years which he did earlier this year in a 200m Breaststroke event. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Army will be running a careers event at the Army Careers centre on Liverpool Road at 10am on Saturday, 2nd July. Parents are welcome to attend and this will be a brilliant opportunity to ask questions and find out more about army life and the roles on offer. ... See MoreSee Less
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Our annual Badminton Championships took place after school on Tuesday 10th May.We managed to hold our first all-female badminton event for Key Stage 3 Girls. Leomi (Y8) was the winner of this and Vistachi (2nd). In the Key Stage 3 boys event Mitul was the winner and Tyler (Y8) was runner up and the Key Stage 4 boys event saw Annakin beat Chris in the final.Huge well done and thanks to everyone who came along and took part, there was some extremely close matches played throughout the event. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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Attention Year 7 and Year 8 Students! Earn 120 points on Bedrock between now and 29th May to be entered into Bedrock's Prize draw. Top prizes include a Chromebook while there are runner up prizes of Amazon vouchers. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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"This week your eco committee are bringing your attention to your washing machine. Did you know that most models have an eco-mode that most of us do not use..? This video is brought to you by Vithaskhi who is encouraging you to think about what temperature you are using! 👚👕👖 Finally, an extra tip... do not do things by halves, make sure it is a full load! #Claytonhall #Ecocommittee #Ecoaward" ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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Year 11 History students using spaced learning techniques in their revision. ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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Year 10 students - local colleges are now holding their summer open events and this is a great time to look around! This will give you a chance to look around and get a feel for different colleges without the pressure of an application deadline looming. Local dates are:Newcastle College - Saturday, 7th May, 10am - 12pm NSCG | Newcastle CampusStoke on Trent College - Wednesday, 18th May, 5pm - 7.30pm Open Evening - Stoke-on-Trent College :Stoke-on-Trent College (stokecoll.ac.uk)Reaseheath College - Tuesday 14th June, 6pm - 8pm Open evening for September 2022 applicants - Reaseheath College ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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Clayton Hall Academy will be hosting and running its annual "Play Your Way To Wimbledon" on Tuesday 17th May, after school. This will be open to students in Y7/8/9 only. For more information speak to Mr Rhodes. Winner of each Boys and Girls events will have the opportunity to go to the County round of the event, with the County winner getting the opportunity to go onto Wimbledon, to play there later in the year.www.wimbledon.com/en_GB/play_your_way_to_wimbledon/index.html ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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Before Easter, Mrs Collins' creative writing club entered a competition called 'Twisted Tales' where students had to re-write a story from the perspective of a villain in 100 words. This week they were told that the following students would have their work published in a magazine. Congratulations to: Layla Sharman, Sophie Dawson and Jagoda Kulik. ... See MoreSee Less
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