Wolstanton High School A Humanities College. HUMANITIES LAUNCH DAY 29 TH SEPTEMBER 2006. What’s it all about?. On Friday September 29 th 2006, Wolstanton High School is launching as a Specialist Humanities College.
HUMANITIES LAUNCH DAY
29TH SEPTEMBER 2006
On Friday September 29th 2006, Wolstanton High School is launching as a Specialist Humanities College.
You and your parents are invited to attend the special afternoon of events which has been organised.
Whether you want to discuss issues of faith, religion and spirituality or just come for a chat!
Be amazed and mesmerised by our fantastic Thai dancers!
Find out about the work done by religious and other charities at home and abroad!
Human beings have a right to dignity and respect. The world's resources are a gift to be shared equally by all men and women, whatever their race, nationality or religion
Find out how YOU can make a difference to people living in poverty around the world!
Make a difference and buy some fair trade goods on Friday.
You could be a
Come fly with us!
Take a ride on our tethered hot air balloon …
Buy a ticket and you could be flying up up and away!!!
A snakes and spiders experience!
Face your worst fears!
It’s simply s-s-s-ensational!
Think you’re the next Beckham? Test your footie skills by taking part in the 5 a side football match between the Year 7 forms!
See your form tutor or Mr Verow on Wednesday for details on how to enter.
Serious about music?
In a band?
Register your act with Mr Welsh by Wednesday 27th September
Up for some fun and plenty of laughs along the way?
“Check out the Army casualty unit and see for yourself what a member of the territorial army REALLY means”
“I conquered my fear of heights.”Gunner Oliver Wright
“I fired in a 21-gun salute for the Queen's jubilee.” Gunner Claire Wright
“The TA is a good way of escaping.”
Corporal Maria Romain
Roll up Roll up!!!
Come and join the fun at Wolstanton High School, A Humanities College!
Watch and learn new skills!
Come and watch a demonstration of Thai dancing!
Try your hand at the art of Chinese calligraphy
Donated shirts laid out on the field in the shape of Africa