Admissions Consultation Dec

Admission Consultation 2018-19 - posted 19th December

Bishop Luffa School is carrying out a consultation on our Admission Arrangements from 2020, and we would value your opinion. The school reviews its admission policy every few years, and asks interested parties for their views on issues that have been discussed at meetings of our Board of Directors.

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Any Questions 7

BBC Radio 4 Any Questions? - posted 18th December

On Friday 14 December, after bidding for the show back in 2013, Bishop Luffa played host to BBC Radio 4’s Any Questions? – a topical discussion panel in which an array of personalities from the worlds of politics, media and elsewhere are posed questions by the audience.

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The REAL Christmas Room - posted 18th December

As our term draws to a close, pupils from Year 7 to Sixth Form took the opportunity to visit The REAL Christmas room, hosted by the Bishop Luffa Christian Union. Pupils took part in a range of reflections and prayer activities to consider further what lies behind our Christmas celebrations For example, using some of the thought provoking ideas and images from the book ‘Jesus was a refugee’ by Andrew McDonough. This led on to some pupils creating their own prayers and thoughts about our world today on paper boats.

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Year 12 RE

From Aliens to Ethics... from end of life to female imagery for God.. the diversity of A Level Religious Studies! - posted 18th December

Year 12 A level Theology/Religious Students recently spent a day exploring and debating with academics and fellow students from five different schools and colleges, as part of an intensive religious studies study day.  The conference was hosted at Chichester Cathedral and we are grateful to all those who contributed to make this varied day possible.

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A timely Economics Trip - posted 17th December

On the 26th November, Year 13 Economics Students were fortunate enough to be able to attend an Economics Conference in central London. The event included a wide range of speakers from across the political spectrum, namely the Shadow Chancellor, John McDonnell MP, Kate Hoey MP, Kamal Ahmed of the BBC, as well as Vicky Pryce, former Deputy Head of the UK Economic Service, In turn, students were able to analyse the economic opinions put to them by speakers – often pertaining to the impact of Brexit – before evaluating and further discussing the political ideology that underpinned the argumentation, comparing it to the economic theory taught in the classroom. Indeed students were given the opportunity to grill the speakers of the event, with Sam Turner (13Burrows) asking Kamal Ahmed about the long-run implications of artificial intelligence, and Sebastian Maxted (13Ridgeway) questioning Kate Hoey MP as to the division of the Labour Party between ‘leave’ and ‘remain’, lending itself to a potential political split.

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Bishop Luffa achieves Gold Award for the Religious Education Quality Mark - posted 17th December

REQM Gold LogoBishop Luffa School have once again been awarded the Gold RE Quality Mark, this having originally being awarded in July 2015. This award recognises the school's outstanding RE provision and the RE team’s contribution to the wider RE community both locally and nationally. The REQM celebrates high quality RE that offers pupils authentic experiences and a thought-provoking range of enquiry-based learning styles. It provides them with the chance to explore the big ideas of religion and belief and to think about what matters in their own lives. Good RE supports the development of the whole child.  Thanks go to the RE Department for all their hard work.

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