On Thursday 21st March 2019 the Year 9 ambassadors from Horizon Community College took to the local area including Dodworth Road and Penny Pie Park to tidy the area up for the local residents and school community. The ambassadors worked with Assistant Principal and Head of School Miss Sheldon and Careers & Enterprise Coordinator Mr.…Details
This week our STEM Club students reached a landmark stage in their Royal Society Partnership research. They have now started building their own turbine blades to evaluate. Next steps will be to refine and test them in school, before visiting Professor Patrick Fairclough at the University of Sheffield. They will be using the university wind…Details
On 21st March 2019, eight Year 9 students travelled to The University of Sheffield for their third session of the Discover US programme. Discover US is an aspiration-raising programme for pupils in Years 9-11 who have the potential to access Higher Education but may not see it as a potential post-16 pathway. The University of…Details
On 20th March 2019 100 students from Year 8 took part in the Ryman National Enterprise Challenge as part of Careers & Enterprise curriculum. Students working in groups of 4 were given the chance to design a brand new mascot for the stationary company that is Ryman. The challenge was split into different sections with a…Details
A huge congratulations to Ebony, Scarlet, Alice, Jack, Leonie, Saskia, Jia, Mason, Robert and Pakeeza, who have achieved an expectation and attributes ranking of 1 for data collection 2. These students are consistently applying themselves to the very best of their ability across all subject areas. Their positive attitude to learning is exemplary, demonstrating pride…Details
Well done to the Y8 students who have achieved the top ranking for learner expectations and attributes.
Well done to the Y10 students who have achieved the top ranking for learner expectations and attributes.
On Monday, our Stem Ambassador, Jon Bates came into college and set up an exciting forensics investigation for a group of Year 9 students. During the investigation, students collected evidence such as fingerprints, clothing fibres and shoe prints. They used the evidence to try and deduce who was responsible for stealing computers from HCC the…Details
On Thursday 14th March 22 Year 7 students who are currently taking part in the National Teen Tech awards competition visited the National College of High Speed Rail in Doncaster for an Innovation day. The day was designed to inspire the students and give them ideas to help them move forward in the competition and it…Details
To celebrate #IYPT2019 we are claiming Britain’s largest permanent periodic table. Thanks to @RoySocChem @RSC_EiC for supporting this so we could launch it during #BSW19