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July Newsletter
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Please see our latest Newsletter, packed with information about events both in and out of our school.

Duke of Edinburgh
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Ribblesdale High School pupils are well on their way to completing their bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award. Last weekend saw 41 adventurous pupils setting off from school on foot.

Humanities Week
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Ribblesdale High School's Humanities Week took place from 4th July to 8th and was a great success.

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On Wednesday 25th May Ribblesdale's Anti-Bullying Quality Mark Steering Group met for the first time

An Amazonian Challenge
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Teams of pupils from local schools competed to win the Catalyst Challenge at The Grand on Monday.

Battle of the Somme
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Ribblesdale recently commemorated the Battle of the Somme by a having period of silence and reflection.

Prom Night
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Over 250 Year 11 pupils and staff met at the Dunkenhalgh Hotel to celebrate the ‘Class of 2016’ Prom!

Ribblesdale EU Debate
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The stage was set, the pupils were prepared, questions had been chosen and Ribblesdale was ready for the EU debate.

Parent View gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child's school. You can comment on:

  • the quality of teaching
  • how they deal with bullying
  • how they deal with poor behaviour
  • your voice in decision making
  • ...and many other areas

The Pearson Teaching Awards is an opportunity to thank teachers for the support. But why thank teachers?

  • they show a real interest in who we are
  • they listen to our thoughts
  • they inspire us to learn
  • they encourage us to achieve our best
  • they help us reach our goals

Moodle is an e-learning platform, also known as a Virtual Learning Environment. What is it useful for?

  • effective training and assessment
  • communication for groups
  • communication for one-to-one messaging
  • create engaging collaborative activities
  • information sharing of external resources


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