This week saw Year 9 Tenbury pupils being put through their paces with the British Army. Pupils raced against the clock to tap the spots, completed a strategic challenge to move the barrel, and used their numeracy skills and logical thinking to stack the tyres. They used employability skills such as problem-solving, communication, teamwork and leadership to complete all the challenges. The pupils were a credit to the school and Staff Sergeant Tony Russell said they were a pleasure to work with. A fantastic day in the sunshine with the British Army Engagement Team!
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A group of Year 9 students who will be studying Art and Design GCSE next year had a great opportunity to participate in a two day practical workshop. With funding from Meadow Arts they worked with Birmingham based Sally Harper to create a piece of Public Art to be exhibited at the Voices and Visions Exhibition in Worcester Cathedral 20th June— 11th July. The theme was GRATITUDE and it gave our pupils the chance to reflect back on positives or silver linings from the past year, or to consider anything they are thankful for when looking forward into the future.