A voluntary activity in which top set Mathematics students from Oulder Hill Community School would take part in teaching those in lower years, who needed help with their mathematics studies. I took part in this during my final year of high school.
Invited to the Oulder Hill ‘Excellence Evening’ to collect a medal and a certificate for Outstanding Performance in my GCSE Option ‘Design & Technology: Resistant Materials’. Achieved a grade A.
Voluntary work at Oulder Hill Community School for Fair Trade, this involved selling assorted goods to other pupils and teachers via a stall during my free time in order to raise money.
The Oulder Hill Apprentice was an extra-curricular activity available to students in Year 10. It consisted of teams of five and several round with varying tasks. Such tasks included;
The final round was every man for himself. I got 1st place and recieved a cash prize from the board of governors.
Following the Oulder Hill Apprentice, I was asked to design a new logo for the OH-CAT (Oulder Hill Community & Training Centre) which replaced the Sixth Form. My logo was adopted and can be seen on theschool website, newspapers and printed on a sign in the car park.