Thought for the week: 
Event: Dolly the sheep cloned, 20  years ago
Quote: ‘Human cloning is coming.’
Source: Mike Pence

Hucknall Sixth Form Centre Officially Opened

On Thursday 24th November 2016, the Hucknall Sixth Form Centre was officially opened by Mark Spencer, MP for Sherwood, and Richard Bullock, Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire.
At a ceremony attended by over 50 guests including district and county councillors, members of the Hucknall Partnership Group and local businesses, Mr Spencer and Mr Bullock unveiled a plaque in the new Learning Resource Centre to mark the special occasion.

The 9th Annual Christmas Carol Concert

We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to our 9th annual Christmas Carol Concert to be held at the beautiful parish church of St. Mary Magdalene, Hucknall Market Place on Wednesday 14th December 2016, 6:00pm – 7:00pm.
This year we are delighted, once again, to welcome pupils from Leen Mills Primary School and Beardall Fields Primary School, who will join us in our festive celebration.

Holgate Sixth Form Trip to Geneva

On Wednesday 16th November we set off to Geneva on our first sixth form trip to CERN.  After meeting other students from the Trinity School and National Academy (and nipping back for some forgotten passports) , we made it to Luton in good time for our flight.  It was a smooth journey across and, after a short train and tram ride, we were soon settled into the Youth Hostel accommodation. 
After breakfast at the Youth Hostel, we hopped on the tram up to CERN for the morning.  We explored the Microcosm Exhibition and Particle Museum to learn about the work that goes on at CERN.  The students and staff left with lots of questions answered but with many more unanswered!  After lunch, we decided to make the most of the sunshine and headed to the lake.  We wandered up to the cathedral in the old town and climbed many steps up the towers.  The views across Geneva and the lake were beautiful!  After a boat trip (or walk for those of us that missed the boat!) in our warm winter coats (Miss Driscoll had promised cold weather), we went in search of ice cream.  Not the easiest challenge in November in Switzerland, but nothing fazes our Physics class!  Energy levels boosted, we went back to the Youth Hostel before dinner.  In the evening, we enjoyed a traditional Swiss meal with less cheese fondue than on previous visits!  With full stomachs, we walked down to the lake before bed to see the lights and show off our pull-up skills at the park.