On the 26th February, Year 9 netball team travelled to Shebbear for a match. In the first quarter, it was a slow start and Shebbear were leading 3-2. In the second quarter, we upped our game, and we managed a lead of 5-4. We carried on working to the best of our ability to secure a well-deserved win.
The overall score was 10-8 to Holsworthy.
Year 10 also played away against Shebbear. It was a great game and Holsworthy won 12-6. Player of the match was Alex.
Well done, girls!
Year 10 GCSE art students learn a wide range of different techniques and processes through mini workshops. Photographs here show some students completing their recent marbling workshop. They are now developing sketchbook pages on a range of different artists, who explore surface pattern. Well done, Year 10!
On Tuesday 26th February Year 7/ 8 and Year 9 Holsworthy Rugby team took part in a rugby 7s tournament at West Buckland School.
In the first match, the under 13s (Yr 7/8) lost 0-5 to Bideford, however, we came back with confidence and managed to win our second game 3-2 to us, with Natan and Charlie scoring our tries, which led to our determined and hard-worked victory against Great Torrington School. In the third game, we played Shebbear College and lost 3-2. Finally, in our last game, we lost to Park 3-0. To sum up the tournament, we were well motivated and well lead by are honourable captains Lucas, Stephen and Caleb. In the team, we had our strong players Reuben, Charlie and Natan, as well as our fast players in Isaac, Lucas, Stephen, Sunny and our fastest and our captain Caleb.
The Year 9 team had three games in the group stage and they ended up losing all of them. The first one to Park 15-5, the second one to South Moulton 7-5 and the third one to West Buckland 15-0. We then ended up in the semi-final of the plate and were drawn against Braunton, which we lost 15-5. We were very unlucky to come out with four loses considering how well we played.
Monday 25th February
First day of second half of Spring Term
Tuesday 26th February
Rugby 7s tournament for Years 8 & 9 at West Buckland School – 8:55am – 4.10pm
U14 & U15 netball v Shebbear – away – 3.10pm – 5.30pm
Thursday 28th February
Oddments Theatre Group working with Year 10 & 11 Period 3
Oddments Theatre Group Performance – The Hiding Place. Tickets £12 on the night or £10 advance 7.30pm – 9pm
Friday 1st March
Petroc College taster day for some Year 10 students – 8.50am – 3.10pm
Oddments Theatre Group working with Year 9 students Period 3
Monday 4th March
HLC Dance Festival 12.45-2.45pm
Highest group JS 19
Highest groups KB & PB 18
Highest group AV 18
Question 17 of 20:
After a month-long campaign, what has overtaken Kylie Jenner as Instagram’s most liked photo ever?
a. a picture of an egg
b. a picture of a sock
c. a picture of a surfing cat
- a picture of an egg – When the first image of the egg appeared online, it looked like it only had one aim – to stop Kylie Jenner being the “Queen of Instagram”. It was actually revealed to be linked to a mental health campaign. The egg, known as Eugene, has now cracked after “feeling the pressure” of all the attention it’s received. A message posted alongside the broken egg advises people to seek help if they feel the same way.
“On Wednesday 13th February, our Year 10 netball team travelled to Barnstaple to compete in the North Devon Tournament.
There were ten teams, so we were put into two groups to play.
Our first game was against Chumleigh, which we won 5-4. Our next game was against Torrington, where we played well and won 6-0. Our third game was against Bideford; they gave us a tough fight, but we won 7-2. Our last game was against Park School, who made the finals last year. We gave them a tough game and it was end-to-end, however, they came out with a win 8-5.
The top two teams from each group went through to the semi-finals and as we were placed second, we played the winners of the other group. We played West Buckland and had a good game, going 2-1 up at half time. We played well, but they came back stronger, winning 10-5. This meant we went to the third and fourth place play offs against Braunton.
They were a good team and went 5-1 up at half time. However, we were determined and played really strongly and managed a draw of 5-5.
This meant overall we were placed third in the tournament.
Everyone played amazingly and we enjoyed a McDonalds on the way home!”
“They are an outstanding team; a pleasure to work with! We are very proud of you all!” Miss Goldsworthy
“On Thursday 14th February, Year 7 played a netball match against Shebbear College. Well done to HCC, who did play really well, but Shebbear won; they had really good shooting skills. Player of the match for Shebbear was Millie and our player of the match was Kaitlyn.”
Holsworthy Community College students in Years 7-9 have grown in skill level over the past 6 weeks during their Baking enrichment programme.
We started by looking at how to make and shape tuile biscuits, which then led into chocolate motif work and the use of a sauce bottle to present coulis on a plate.
These are challenging techniques for students to tackle and the standard they have demonstrated has enabled them to grow in confidence with their cooking. The enjoyment and sense of pride from the students in the class has been clear to see. The pace of lessons has been a real challenge, but they have grown in their leadership of small group tasks and ultimately have executed some wonderful outcomes, culminating in some star performances this week.
All students have cooked their own designs of the vanilla cheesecake, thanks in part to some borrowed equipment from Okehampton College. The class are very much looking forward to their next challenges and hopefully we will have some more fabulous photographs to show on the school website soon. Well done to all involved.
Following a 3 week introduction to drill, the Cadet Enrichment group moved to the next phase of training camouflage and concealment.
Following a brief chat on the changes made to British Army uniform patterns in recent history, the pupils were shown how to apply cam cream, before donning different uniform.
Using only minimal cover the group were shown how to maximise their concealment!
Next on the programme was how to “move without a rifle” or in layman’s terms how to crawl or move low to the ground.
The group learnt the leopard crawl and monkey run.
Running the training is Lt Jim Harvey and 2 of his cadet NCOs (young leaders). Jim added “The pupils are all showing great committment and enthusiasm for the training and are doing really well.”
Support Staff Vacancy
Start date: As soon as possible
Job Term: Permanent
Location: Holsworthy Community College
Salary: Grade B – actual salary £8.82 per hour
Hours: Casual during term time
Work Pattern: Various times throughout the academic year but mainly during May and June
Closing Date: Monday 25th February 2019
Holsworthy Community College is part of the Dartmoor Multi Academy Trust and works collaboratively with secondary schools and primaries to support the learning of our students. The Trust has its own Teaching School – The Dartmoor Teaching Schools Alliance – with over 90 schools as members across Devon. As a result, the opportunities for development and career progression within the organisation are superb.
At Holsworthy Community College we offer:
- The opportunity to work as part of the Dartmoor Multi Academy Trust.
- A co-operative inclusive college ethos with high expectations for all students and staff.
- A professionally stimulating and supportive working environment.
- Opportunities to get involved with sharing best practice.
- Have English and Maths basic skills.
- Have a basic knowledge of computers.
- Be flexible.
- Have effective communication skills.
- Be confident and a reassuring presence to candidates in exam rooms.
The main purpose of the job is to conduct examinations in accordance with the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ), awarding body and Holsworthy Community College instructions.
All schools in The Dartmoor Multi Academy Trust are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
The successful candidate will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the Disclosure Barring Service (DBS).
For further details and an application pack please or visit our website http://www.hcc.devon.sch.uk/holsworthy-college-vacancies-1/ or e-mail email@example.com and return completed application to firstname.lastname@example.org.