Today we said goodbye to our Year 11 students – The class of ’22. We would like to wish you all the success for the future and we are confident that you are now work ready and life ready. Good luck!
On Tuesday 10th May 2022 we held our annual Mental Health Fair as part of the National Mental Health Awareness Week and what an incredible response! Over 10 external agencies were in attendance, promoting their services and offering advice and support where needed and over 300 people attended the event including parents, carers, staff, students and families and staff from our local primary schools.
We are really pleased to have South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue in school today leading extended assemblies to our Y9s and Y10s about staying safe in open water. Very important life lesson for our students and their safety, especially in the summer months! #PersonalDevelopment
All students that had attended school everyday for the last two weeks were entered into the Easter EGG-cellent prize draw. Congratulations to the winners selected at random each winning a Google Chromebook and an Easter egg. 1411 students were entered into this, well done to all attendance does matter.
It has been an egg-tastic morning at Horizon CC after an impressive visit from the Easter bunny with a treat for every student and member of staff in the school! We hope everyone has a lovely break and we look forward to seeing you all on Monday 25th April.
Y7 have been taking part in the Interview an Adult Competition and today has seen the culmination of the task with our finalists presenting to Mrs Huddart, Mr Irving and Mrs Harrison. The first task was set just before Christmas and Y7 were asked to sit down with a member of their family or another adult close to them and ask them about their career journey. The students asked their chosen adult a series of questions including what their least favourite job was and why, had covid changed their job and what advice would they give their 11 year old self. The answers then were used to submit a reflective report and the top 10 reports submitted were chosen and those students ask to put together a presentation and share what they had learned with members of the Senior Leadership. Well done to those 10 Y7’s and to all and entered and took part.
The Pride Club have been busy working on organising and creating a bake-sale for all students at Horizon. Over 40 student volunteers have worked to arrange this event over the last 8 weeks.
Students have worked on making badges, embroidering bags and baking over a 150 buns and cakes.
Dr Owens ensures that teaching is adapted to respond to the needs of students and shows clear subject knowledge and passion for the discipline. Dr Owens was appointed to a Teaching and Learning role within the science department after 19 months of teaching, due to her outstanding work ethic, high standards and outward thinking approach to teaching science.
As we complete our ninth year at Horizon Community College, we are able to look back with a real sense of pride on the achievements of our students in the last academic year.
STEM at HORIZON Tuesday 6th July STEM AT HORIZON Since the return to school in March we have seen unprecedented numbers of students coming to our after-school STEM clubs. There have been up to 100 students turning up every week to take part in some exciting practical activities. Year 7 have both a STEM […]