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Ofqual Fact Booklet 2020 Exam Results

‘Ofqual have produced a fact booklet explaining how the Summer 2020 Exam Results have been calculated, along with advice about what to do if your results don’t match expectations’ For A-level results day tomorrow please check your School email for your time slot which will be between between 9 and 11am. With kind regards Nikki […]

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NOTICE OF MICHAEL HALL SCHOOL LIMITED ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2020

The Michael Hall School AGM will be take place as follows: Date: 27th June 2020 – Time 10.00 to 13.00 – Venue: Online meeting via Zoom Agenda and Council Report In observance of the national lockdown regulations for the Covid19 pandemic the meeting will be held online. Members of the Michael Hall Association will receive […]

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Admissions Summer 2020

Paul Farr

Dear Parents, Welcome to Michael Hall and our temporary “outdoor classroom.” As our children slowly return onsite, we want to make their experience as safe, fun and happy as possible.  Our programme of “education outside” allows pupils to continue their rich learning experience whilst being equipped with all the provisions necessary to maintain safety during […]

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We’re all Alone, Together

Class 8b

Class 8b were set an English practise piece to try to write a poem or song lyrics about their experiences so far in lockdown.  These are the lyrics to Emilies song and in can be heard here. Verse 1 Alone Together Lyrics We’re in a time,Where home is our world. Sitting ‘round all day, Trying to […]

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Let There Be Peace

Brighton Festival Youth Choir

Class 9 student Kayden, a member of Brighton Festival Youth Choir has had to transition from a soprano to a tenor during lockdown. He has also learnt how to record in order that this could be performed. Written by Lemn Sissay and Juliette Pochin and performed by The Brighton Festival Youth Choir, do listen to […]

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World bee day yesterday

Another swarm at Michael Hall, they seem to like it here. Mrs Fuller collected the swarm into an empty hive with some help from Kirsty, Ian and family yesterday. They will check on them later today to see if they have settled. The smaller swarm collected last week are doing well. Thank you for the […]

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Coronavirus shows us it’s time to rethink everything. Let’s start with education

George Monbiot

George Monbiot is a Guardian columnist and writes on the pandemic and how it is a tough lesson in the workings of the natural world – and proves how vital a knowledge of ecology really is. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2020/may/12/coronavirus-education-pandemic-natural-world-ecology

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All That Jazz

Emilies Big Band Arrangement

Please do listen to Emilies Big Band Arrangement – All That Jazz on the news post on our website, it is truly remarkable. Mr Rolton, Music Teacher Class 8 project was to learn about jazz Big Bands, and to write (and then perform) a Big Band arrangement of “ And All That Jazz” from the musical […]

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A new swarm of bees at Michael Hall

Yesterday Mrs Fuller and Mrs Courtenay, found a swarm of bees. They had flown out of a hive in Mrs Fuller’s garden and into a hedge in her next door neighbours garden. Mrs Fuller and Mrs Courtenay carefully collected the swarm in a skep, covered it gently in a sheet and drove it to Michael […]

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Story – The Town Musicians of Bremen – all ages

Julian Rolton

Here is the light-hearted story of The Town Musicians of Bremen full of music, fun and magic. The story has been adapted by our wonderful Violin Teacher, Nicoline Kraamwinkel who also asked friends and family from the London Mozart Players to contribute musical characters to the telling. The story-teller is a wonderful young actor called Robert Kirby […]

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