NSPCC Number Days Friday 3rd February
We’re counting down to Number Day 2017!
We are delighted to be supporting the NSPCC by taking part in their Number Day on Friday 3 February 2017.
Children deserve an equal start in life
The NSPCC believes that all children deserve a childhood free from harm but, sadly, that’s not the case for many children. That’s why the NSPCC is fighting for every childhood and working to help keep children safe from abuse.
The NSPCC needs our support. By raising money, we can help to fund their vital services like Childline – the helpline that’s always there for children and young people whatever their problem or concern.
Making maths meaningful
Number Day is a great way to make maths fun and bring about a positive, ‘can-do’ attitude towards it.
On 3 February we will be using fun curriculum-based maths challenges designed by the NSPCC and Oxford University Press. To help raise money for the NSPCC, we are asking pupils to donate as little or as much as they would like in form time and take part in the fun activities throughout the day.
It all adds up
We’re looking forward to all the fun of Number Day, and we really appreciate your support. All the money we raise at Cardinal Heenan Catholic High School will make an enormous difference to children today and help change the lives of children tomorrow.
You can find out more about the NSPCC’s work at nspcc.org.uk
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Subject which uses this term: English Literature; Drama; History; Politics
Meaning: cunning, scheming, and unscrupulous.
For example: ‘Mrs Lyons is Machiavellian. She manipulates Mrs Johnstone into giving up her baby. She uses Mrs Johnstone’s superstitious nature to ensure she gets what she wants.’
MRS. LYONS: You do know what they say about twins, secretly parted, don’t you?
MRS. JOHNSTONE: What? What?
MRS. LYONS: They say…they say that if either twin learns that he once was a pair, that they shall both immediately die. It means, Mrs. Johnstone, that these brothers shall grow up, unaware of the other’s existence. They shall be raised apart and never, ever told what was once the truth. You won’t tell anyone about this, Mrs. Johnstone, because if you do, you will kill them."
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2017-18 Options Booklet
Year 7 Prospectus
Year 7 Parents' Handbook
Sixth Form Prospectus
Sixth Form Outlines