Current news from Haybridge High School and Sixth Form
Students definitely returned to school with a creative bang after lockdown, with many entering fantastic work in the Year Group Competitions. The Bake-Off Competitions have showcased some of the most creative cakes ever, with Zara Cambridge (Y8), Phoebe Slim (Y8) and Elizabeth Lewis (Y11) taking first, second and third prizes, respectively, for their delicious, themed confections in a rescheduled Christmas Bake-Off. The Easter Bake-Off first prize went to Poppy Dunlop (Y7), second place to Phoebe Slim (Y8) and third place went to Caroline Lewis (8). Well done to all who took part – their creativity and flair can be seen on the Haybridge Twitter Account @haybridgeschool
New competitions this year include the Stone Painting challenge – in which Maya Hart achieved first prize followed by Florence Gawthrop-Willets in second and the Origami Challenge in which Anna Chapman – Fogliatti (Y7) took first prize, followed by Orla Dunphy (Y7). The Highest Pasta Tower was won by Leo Rees Smith (Y7) who balanced an egg atop a pasta structure 91cm!
We look forward to Young Voices New Visions Visual Arts Exhibition at Worcester Cathedral's Cloisters, Sunday 20 June until Sunday 11 July. Work by Haybridge Art Students will be exhibited along with art work from other Worcestershire schools.
It's so good to be back, surrounded by enthusiasm, talent and industrious students!
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