The award-winning Wise Children production of The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk, directed by Emma Rice was rehearsed in isolation so that the show could be performed in its intimate original form with no social distancing. The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk is set during the turbulence of the early 20th century, and explores the complex relationship between the expressionist artist Marc Chagall and his wife, the writer Bella Rosenfeld, as they are forced to leave their home and move around Russia and Europe. It is a wistful celebration of the endurance of love and art, and serves as an important reminder of what to hold on to in times of difficulty.View gallery
Theatre trip: The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk
Student innovation: Quiz Phoenix
If your family fancies a break from flipped monopoly boards this Christmas, Anna in year 9 has just the website for you: Quiz Phoenix.
Computational Thinking Challenge
Many congratulations to all 242 pupils who entered this year's UK Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge.
Behind every male sonnet writer…
Year 9 recently had the opportunity to watch a recorded version of the play ‘Emilia’ by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, performed by an all-female cast.