CERN

Our Lower Sixth Physics students flew to Geneva to visit CERN, home of the Large Hadron Collider. They had guided tours of the facility by leading scientists who were happy to try and answer their many questions about the universe.

Four Rugby County Cups in one week

The Staffordshire Rugby Cup has been won by Newcastle-under-Lyme Boys for Under 14s, Under 15s, Under 16s and Under 19s. Wonderful news for Rugby – unprecedented to win four county cups in one season.

New student login details

The student network usernames have now been changed.

The new format is

<firstinitial><surname><year number>

eg Zak.ASmith becomes ASmith14, Len.BBrown becomes BBrown07

 

Old Prefix
Year Number
Zak / Zara
14
Alf / Amy
13
Sam / Sue
12
Dan / Don
11
Ian / Ida
10
Paul / Pam
09
Ron / Rosy
08
Len / Liz
07

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Drum workshop

Drumroots, a Manchester-based drumming collective, lead a day of African drumming for Year 8.

Eclipse

We were fortunate to have cloudless skies for the 90% partial eclipse this morning. Pupils were able to witness this once in a generation event using a wide variety of safe viewing equipment, some of which they had made themselves.

Christmas Cakes 2014

Here are some of the wonderful Christmas cakes made by the members of staff.

A Senior Citizens’ Tea Party

A wonderful afternoon, enjoyed by all who attended. A special thank you to Mrs Machin, Mr Lench and Mrs Yates for all their hard work. Thanks also to all the students who helped out at the event and who raised the money to fund this fantastic party.

Here is a compilation of the events.

Five Year Reunion

A successful evening for the Castilians. Leavers from 2009 enjoyed catching up with old friends and teachers. They thought the new Stinton Building was "amazing".

Official opening of £3.5 million facilities

The official opening of our stunning new building was attended by pupils past and present, parents, staff and friends of the school.

The Donaldson Hall was opened by Bill Donaldson, former Headmaster of Newcastle High and the founding Principal of Newcastle-under-Lyme School.

The family of the late architect Adam Wardle, who designed the project, opened the impressive new library.

Nick Rugg, the current Headtmaster, said: "The project has transformed an existing building into a modern, flexible learning and social space, complete with new science laboratories and a brand new library."

Netball Tour to Australia 2014

Twenty-three players and three staff toured Australia during the summer holidays. The tour began with sightseeing in Brisbane, matches were then played further north on the Sunshine Coast against our old friends at Matthew Flinders School and Sunshine Coast Grammar School. Taking advantage of what the Sunshine Coast offers, the girls had a surfing lesson at the spectacular Noosa Beach, a netball clinic with Firebird and Australian players and visited Australia Zoo.

We then moved inland to Toowoomba for a very different Australian experience. Glennie School hosted the girls during this leg of the tour. A relaxing weekend of water sports and sand surfing followed on Moreton Island where the girls also fed wild dolphins. Sydney was next on the itinerary with more matches at Cherrybrook High School and taking in the famous sights of Sydney, the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. A thrilling ride on the jet boat in Sydney Harbour was special. The final destination was Perth where the last match was played against Methodist Ladies College, a school we have frequently hosted at Newcastle under Lyme School. The tour was a wonderful experience for all involved.

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