If you are in Year 11 and study German, click here for the mock speaking exams timetable.
Would you like to be part of KEVI Dance – if so we are holding two weekend sessions 25th /26th November and 2nd/3rd December 2017 from 10 – 4, working with a professional choreographer to devise a performance to be showcased as part of the Pulse Dance Competition at Queen’s Hall Theatre, Hexham in March of next year.
If you are in Year 9 – 13 and would like to be considered, please attend a meeting in DS3 on Friday lunchtime @ 1pm. It is vital that you are available on both weekend dates so please check with home first.
The Woman in Black
by Susan Hill
An excellent spooky read for the month of Halloween… ‘I did not believe in ghosts’.
Few attend Mrs Alice Drablow’s funeral, and not one blood relative amongst them. There are undertakers with shovels, of course, a local official who would rather be anywhere else, and one Mr Arthur Kipps, solicitor from London. He is to spend the night in Eel Marsh House, the place where the old recluse died amidst a sinking swamp, a blinding fog and a baleful mystery about which the townsfolk refuse to speak.
Young Mr Kipps expects a boring evening alone sorting out paperwork and searching for Mrs Drablow’s will. But when the high tide pens him in, what he finds – or rather what finds him – is something else entirely.
This year we are sending Christmas gifts to the poorest parts of Moldova, Romania, Bulgaria and the Ukraine in conjunction with the charity ‘Link to Hope’. Each form group is responsible for creating at least one shoe box. Please view the attached slides for more information about what you could and should not include in each shoebox and to see more information about the company. Please can form representatives send their form’s shoebox to D22 before Tuesday 7th November. Thank you for your support and kindness!
Due to timing conflicts, Film Club will be moved to a Thursday night instead of Monday. Apologies for the confusion. It will start on Thursday 28th September.
Any student who would like to sign up to take part in the awards should contact Miss Camsell to sign up. The awards will involve taking part in creative writing workshops, visiting the Lit & Phil and attending the awards ceremony in March.
All participants will have their work published in an anthology and also will receive free membership to the Lit & Phil in Newcastle. Winners will receive the Young Writers Award title for their chosen category and will receive a special prize.
You can submit a short story, poetry or non-fiction. The theme this year is ‘Journeys’. Deadline to sign up is 1st October 2017 and the deadline for submissions is 10th January 2018.
Dungeons & Dragons club will start on Tuesday 19th September in D21. Staff & students welcome.
Film Club will start again on Monday 2nd October in D21. Staff & students welcome.
On Tuesday 21st June, four students from The King Edward VI School Morpeth will travel to Stationers’ Hall in the City of London to attend the Shine Awards 2016.
As nominees they are hoping to win the prize for Best Feature Article and Best Cover of their school magazine – Student Review. Student Voice, Leadership & Enrichment Co-ordinator Miss Najafi and her team of winning students – Frances McNaughton, Rose Mckean, Joseph Dale and Sarah Larby are looking forward to a special day and returning with the trophies.
Miss Najafi says “I am delighted that KEVI students have once again been shortlisted in the national final. This is the third consecutive year we have been shortlisted. The Student Review team have worked incredibly hard this year, and I am delighted that their achievements have been recognised on a national scale.”
To read the full press release click ‘continue reading’.