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Our Poetry Games book has finally arrived in which 26 of Aston Manor Academy’s budding poets are showcasing what they can do!
The book is on display in the library for all to read – a huge congratulations to the 26 pupils who are now published poets and have their name in lights!
If you would like to see your work published in our next poetry anthology, make sure you enter Miss Mulhearn’s next competition!
Worried about your exams? Want to be successful ? If so then spend some time looking at this website where you will find some helpful advice.
Year 8 students had a superb day with Adrian from the Bigfoot
Theatre Company who visited Aston Manor recently!
Students learnt about the similarities between Shakespeare and rap music, which helped them appreciate and understand the vocabulary and rhyme scheme used in a lot of Shakespeare’s plays!
Students then applied this to thework they have been doing on Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night!
As you all know, the exam period is fast approaching. To help you all prepare for what will be a very challenging period in Science, we have put together a one-stop revision shop of pages containing videos, web pages and exams questions based on topics across the entire Core/Additional Science courses. No login is necessary.
Core Science (Year 10 and 11 (Resit) Exams):
Additional Science (Year 11 Exams):
After a day of considerate balloting the results are in. If AMA had the decision then we would now have a Labour government. Sore one for the #Millifandom! Will the real results be the same? Find out later tonight!
On Thursday some year 8 musicians enjoyed an afternoon watching the Birmingham Conservatoire students perform at the Adrian Boult Hall in Birmingham. The concert was given by the conservatoire percussion students and showcased their incredible skills on a variety of world instruments and in a range of genres. It was truly inspirational and we hope this is the first of many links with the Conservatoire.
‘Watching the performance was really fun…at the end we were able to talk to the musicians and have a try on the instruments’ Manhaaza Ashraf
‘It was Awesome…I really enjoyed playing th einstruments, particularly the white marching drum…the concert was entertaining and inspiring’ Tray Carty
‘I laerned alot about drumming styles’ Thyrone Bennett
‘I enjoyed watching the Lion King medley. We also got to play the instruments, some of which I haven’t seen before’ Joshua Graham
‘I liked playinging the marimba with 4 sticks’ Aayman Shabir
‘I would like to go there again’ Bethany Love
‘This was a really cool experience’ Jonah Smith
Join in and vote in our very own election – let’s see what the results would be for the UK if AMA were to decide!
Come to the library from 11.00am Tuesday 5th – Wed 6th May and cast your vote and make your voice heard in the general election 2015.
Voting closes at 1pm on Wed 6th May
Who will you vote for and why??
Together we can make a real difference by supporting you to eat well, move well and live well. Just collect as many Active Kids vouchers as possible when you shop at Sainsbury’s to donate to Aston Manor Academy. The vouchers will then be exchanged for an exciting range of active and cooking equipment, and sporting experiences! Please hand into the PE department office!
We are always adding new books to our shelves in the library!
Come and visit the library at break and lunch and see for yourselves!
We have just added:
The Terrible Thing That Happened to Barnaby Brocket by John Boyne
The Company of Ghosts by Berlie Doherty
Runners by Ann Kelley
Binny for Short by Hilary McKay
Into that Forest by Louis Nowra
If there is a certain book you are desperate to get your hands on, use our suggestions box to let us know!