13 February 2015

It’s been another very good week at DHSB.

Very well done to our Year 10 football team; through to the final eight of the national cup.

Playing against King’s School, Winchester, the DHSB team was 2-0 down at half time on Tuesday This didn’t upset the team though and they pulled back to win 5-2. Definitely a game of two halves!

The team has a home fixture next and will play Knights Academy, Bromley, in the quarter-final.

Indoor Athletics

Also on Tuesday our Year 8 team took gold at the Plymouth Indoor Athletics Championships. Well done to all!

Winstanley’s Charity Events

Tuesday was a busy day as Winstanley staged their charity pancake sale at lunchtime. They cooked and served the tasty treats raising £85 for Jeremiah’s Journey.

Well done also to Jack Clench 6W1 who bravely took the Skydive Challenge to raise funds for Jeremiah’s Journey. He has raised over £550 for the Plymouth based Winstanley House charity.

Well done Jack!


Last week two teams of Year 8 and 9 students attended the launch of the Go4SET competition at the National Marine Aquarium.  Go4SET links teams of six students with companies to undertake a ten week project based around Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.

The launch gave students the opportunity to meet their project mentors, choose the project they wish to work on and begin to plan their meetings and individual roles within the teams.

There were also a few practical tasks such as building the highest helicopter landing pad from paper, which our Year 9 team won with a height of 1.08m.

Overall it was an excellent day, writes Mr Morris, and the teams finished the day eager to start working on their projects.

Individual Fencing

Congratulations to Jorge Waterfield who competed at the GB fencing qualifiers in Clarks Village, Somerset.

He finished second overall in the U14 Foil competition and will shortly be competing at the GB Championships in Sheffield.

Trip to Bath

And finally, why not join our PTFA on their coach trip to Bath on Saturday 16 May?

The coach will leave Roborough Park and Ride at 7.00am and tickets are £17.50.

You could visit the Roman Baths, take a trip down the River Avon, browse around the fabulous independent shops, visit the Art Gallery or simply sit and enjoy a tasty meal at one of the lovely eateries.

Please contact michaela.armstrong@dhsb.org to book your place.

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