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The Great Big Michael Hall Ink Spill Winners

Whole School Literacy

Nature’s Path – Alice Friedman-Carones, Class 10, Winner of the Liz Attwell Original Young Writer Award The Boy and The Bug – Sarah Muir, Class 8A, Runner Up of the Liz Attwell Original Young Writer Award The Sphere Of Light – Kayden Payne, Class 10, Science Fiction Winner. Kayden is a proud advocate for dyslexics-spelling […]

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Writing Competition

Catherine Fenton

At Michael Hall, we always try to make literacy exciting and fun, so we’ve started an annual writing competition! There are two categories, Class 6-8 and Class 9-12, and you can write about anything you choose; whatever you find rich, interesting and challenging. You could craft a short story, a poem, a factual piece, an […]

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Artwork

Class 9

Class 9 Art have been working on exploring still life and landscape genre, experimenting with different techniques. Each student has been approaching a personal theme that they can explore visually: war landscapes, books and alternate realities, trees and the cycle of life, dragons, lipsticks, ocean pollution, shark fishing, flowers, rocks and sea, life and death, […]

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Market Garden Main Lesson

Class 9

Class 9 spent two weeks outside for a continuation of the FOOD Main Lesson – this instalment was the beginning of the new season with sowing, preparing beds, planting, some harvesting and packing. They experienced the complete cycle of production, from laying black plastic to create a new 50m growing strip, planting out hundreds of […]

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Response to ‘Everyone’s Invited’

Emmeline Hawker - Acting Principal

The educational world has been extremely shaken, a vast number of testimonies have been written highlighting the rape culture which has been uncovered at a number of schools. An initiative called “Everyone’s Invited” has been set up to enable people to share their story www.everyonesinvited.uk Michael Hall School would like to state that we have a […]

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“Rewilding” article

Maddy Isaacs

Article by Class 10 student Maddy Isaacs What is rewilding? Rewilding is a progressive and relatively new approach to conservation. It is done by allowing a patch of land to take care of itself with minimum human intervention. The idea is that nature is best at healing itself and naturally regenerates when left alone. To […]

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“Page Turners” in celebration of World Book Day

Class 10

Book Review Collection by Class 10 Class 10 read an article of their own choice over the half-term holidays and this week they wrote original and thoughtful reviews of their chosen book, exploring how they relate to 21stC issues. We publish them here as a celebration of World Book Day 2021 – and to encourage […]

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