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  • Friday 26 February 2021 Careers Podcast 26th February 2021 Careers Education Information, Advice and Guidance
  • Friday 12 February 2021 Thank You and Message Home Thank you and message home to parents and carers from Mrs Neely-Hayes, Headteacher.Friday 12th February 2021.
  • Friday 12 February 2021 Careers Podcast 12th February 2021 Careers Education Information, Advice and Guidance
  • Wednesday 3 February 2021 NHS Millions Poster Inter House Competition It was an honour to recognise the commitment, hard work, and unwavering dedication of our heroes in the NHS for keeping us safe and healthy, with our NHS Millions Interhouse Poster Competition.
  • Wednesday 3 February 2021 Careers Clinic Podcasts Early in the spring term we launched our exciting Careers Clinic Podcasts. These were recorded with our Careers Leader, Mrs Armstrong speaking to key figures in education, industry and the community. The idea of the podcasts was to give students an insight into the world of work, post 16 issues and other factors outside of school life.
  • Wednesday 3 February 2021 5K Luton Foodbank Run Staff are delighted to support our school charity for 2021 Luton Foodbank, by participating in the Luton Foodbank 5k challenge!  Staff are training for the charity run on 3rd April, where they will be against the clock to try and register their own PB (personal best time) for 5km run. 
  • Wednesday 3 February 2021 The Enrichment House Award This term we have launched an exciting new extracurricular schedule that allows all students to work towards achieving their Enrichment House Award; either gold, silver or bronze.  
  • Wednesday 3 February 2021 Drama Inter House Competition
  • Wednesday 3 February 2021 Digital Leaders Take on the Cyber Challenge 2021 A big well done to our Digital Leaders who have been taking on the Cyber Challenge 2021. The leaders received recognition for taking part, along with the chance to win some prizes, but best of all will have their E-Safety tips published for Safer Internet Day!
  • Wednesday 3 February 2021 Computer Science Inter House Competition
  • Wednesday 3 February 2021 Luton School Game Fitness Inter House Competition Over 100 students participated in this competition. The students had 5 challenges to complete. One was to see how long they could hold a plank for and the other four were to see how many star jumps, mountain climbers, sit ups and burpees they could do in 30 seconds. As an inter house challenge this got very competitive and below are the results.
  • Wednesday 3 February 2021 Japanese Olympics 2021 Discussion Last year the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games were due to take place but due to the Coronavirus Pandemic they were postponed to this year. Year 8 students were challenged to respond to the question “Should the Olympics in Japan take place this year?”.
  • Wednesday 3 February 2021 Students Take Part in Equal Pay Debate Students in Mr Bacon’s Year 8 class have been answering the question : “Do you think that women should be paid the same as men? Are the sports requirements and expectations the same?”.
  • Wednesday 3 February 2021 Sports Presentations by Year 7 Miss Blairs Year 7 classes created their own sports presentations this term. They had to include key information such as the national governing body, what equipment they use, key rules etc. Miss Blair was so impressed by the work that was produced and the variety of sports that they chose to research. 
  • Wednesday 6 January 2021 Message from our Trust CEO Tuesday 5th January 2020. 
  • Tuesday 15 December 2020 Denbigh Staff ‘Wear it Pink Day’ 2020 This term Denbigh Staff took part in an amazing fundraising event, ‘Wear it Pink Day’ with the aim of raising money for Breast Cancer Services at Luton & Dunstable and Bedford Hospitals. Staff wore their best pink ensembles and raised an incredible £232.00! A big thank you to our wonderful resources department who put together brilliant hampers for staff to win through a raffle.
  • Tuesday 15 December 2020 Digital Leaders rise to support Denbigh Staff What a whirlwind of an initiation for the new cohort of Digital leaders this year. Having started the academic year with so much uncertainty as to what would be in store for them in the Digital leaders programme.
  • Tuesday 15 December 2020 Walk Run Cycle a Mile Competition During this term a challenge was set to the four houses of who can walk and run the most miles as a house. The competition had huge engagement and competitiveness from both students and staff!
  • Tuesday 15 December 2020 Students show incredible generosity supporting Luton Foodbank This has been an extremely difficult year for many families around Luton, with more people relying on foodbanks and other charities. Instead of asking students to donate food items this year we collected donations for Foodbank Harvest Festival in our “Donate a pound and be crowned” competition.
  • Tuesday 15 December 2020 Active Luton Healthy Luton logo competition Team Beds & Luton and Active Luton ran a competition to design a logo to promote a healthy lifestyle. The pupils had free range of what their design could be as long as it had the words Healthy Luton in. They could hand draw their design or use their chromebooks/computers. As a school we had so many entries from the pupils which was wonderful to see.
  • Tuesday 15 December 2020 Santa Dash 2020 This term, Year 7 students and members of staff took place in the Santa Dash (which coincided with Christmas Jumper Day) to raise money for the charity ‘Save The Children.’ Save The Children’s work saves and improves the lives of children all over the world.They work to ensure children have healthcare,food and shelter, as well as child protection services when children need it the most.Their work is very important as they secure the rights of millions of children around the world and they are committed to making sure that they can give children a brighter future.
  • Tuesday 15 December 2020 Nine Denbigh students accepted onto the Berkhamsted Scholarship 2021 For the last four years, Denbigh has been involved in a very special partnership with Berkhamsted School. The partnership gives talented students the opportunity to receive a fully funded bursary scholarship to study their A Levels at Berkhamsted Sixth. This partnership was cited by the Commission for Social Equality as outstanding practice in a report to Parliament.
  • Tuesday 15 December 2020 December at Denbigh! December is a time of year associated with festive spirit and celebration, and the staff here at Denbigh have embraced these concepts fully. A programme of festive activities has been put together for all to enjoy!
  • Tuesday 15 December 2020 EdTech Demonstrator Programme
  • Tuesday 15 December 2020 Denbigh History Department receives the PTI Award The completion of the Prince’s Trust Institute award for History has given the History department the opportunity to set extending targets and apply them to the subject as well as teachers’ practice. Targets were set for different aspects of teaching and learning and evidence was gathered to show when targets were met. This focused on areas such as developing and extending exam skills for students alongside developing strategies used in the classroom. Through this, the History department was able to boost wider curriculum reading, enhance teacher subject knowledge and offer students new opportunities through innovative learning strategies.
  • Tuesday 15 December 2020 A Christmas Carol performed by Year 9 9Dr1 who are at the start of their first year doing Drama at GCSE level, have made a tremendous start. Last half term you will have read a sample of one these student’s artistic intentions for her role in a devised play based on PT Barnum.
  • Friday 13 November 2020 COVID 19 Update Thursday 12 November 2020 Thank you for all your on-going support in these difficult times. As you will know, Covid cases are creeping up in certain geographical areas across the country, including Luton and Bedfordshire.
  • Thursday 22 October 2020 10 Years of Apps for Good! This year is the tenth anniversary of the national Apps for Good programme. This year will be the seventh year that students from Denbigh have taken part in the initiative which sees young people work in teams to create apps to solve a real world problem. During the past seven years, Denbigh students have been shortlisted seven times for the competition, won four national awards in the ‘Digital Explorers’, ‘Accessibility’, ‘Social Pioneers’ and ‘People's Choice’ categories and the school has won the ‘School of the Year’ Award. This year two teams from Denbigh won at the "virtual finals" of the awards and received their trophies at the start of this term. Numerous previous Apps For Good students have also taken part in the Apps for Good Fellowship Programme which gives continued opportunities for pupils to develop their technology, team work and public speaking skills. Habibah Miah's story is highlighted on the Apps for Good we
  • Thursday 22 October 2020 CLT Employee of the Month! Our receptionist Sarah Queen has been awarded Chiltern Learning Trust Employee of the Month for going above and beyond to inspire and support students. Staff are nominated each month across the eleven schools in the trust and only one is selected.
  • Thursday 22 October 2020 Drama students create their own plays Miss Casey’s Year 9 drama class have begun planning their devised plays based on the stimulus of PT Barnum - The Greatest Showman. After research and improvisation work exploring different aspects of Barnum's life and career, students broke into groups to start to plan their own plays and characters based on what this stimulus inspired.
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