Deputy Head Student – Promotional Campaign

Campaigns are currently underway in school for the position of Deputy Head Student. Five students are in the running for the position with voting taking place next week, with the winning candidates to be announced on Friday 23rd October. Candidates for the position have already undertaken an interview with senior management before being asked to create [...]

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New ‘NOODLE BAR’

Members of our student council lead by our head students recently met with Elizabeth Lukes South Tyneside schools Catering Services Manager after canvasing the student voice for their opinions on the food on offer. After presenting their findings a plan of action was agreed. The new 'Noodle Bar' being the first of many changes to come. The 'Noodle Bar' has [...]

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National Language Day – Tuesday 6th October

To celebrate foreign languages and instil enthusiasm in learning a foreign language here at Mortimer, our year 7 students took place in a fun filled day of various activities linked to a different language. In relationship with Europe Direct and Routes into Languages students completed different activities including French snail racing, Bengali scripture, Italian ice [...]

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France and Belgium Trip – July 2015

The Humanities departments annual France/Belgium trip is currently taking place with students visiting the Somme battlefields, experiencing life in the trenches of the 1st World War at Ypres Salient and visiting Flanders Fields. You can follow the students adventures on twitter @mccfrancetrip.    

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Little Shop of Horrors!

Our annual school production this year saw students hanging out on Skid Row whilst performing Little Shop of Horrors. Students and staff led by director Mr Brown assisted ably by Mr Stephenson, Miss Hallway and Miss Chalker made sure the performances over three evenings were ones not to be forgotten by the audience. Praise must go to [...]

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South Tyneside Schools Girls Cricket Champions!

Miss Shakespeare was delighted that the Year 8 girls cricket team she coached came first in the recent inter school tournament. The girls will now go on to represent South Tyneside in the Regional Cricket final and also the school games competition. The Year 7 team were also very successful and came second. All pupils played very well and are [...]

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National School Sports Week & Race For Life 2015

The last week of June saw our students take part in a number of different sporting activities. Each community in school competed against one another in an effort to win points towards being crowned the best community. The week ended on a high with our best turn out yet of students and staff tackling our [...]

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‘Rush’ – Mass Movement Performance

On Easter Sunday students from our school performed alongside professional dance company South-Paw at St Hilda's Colliery in South Shields. For more information click here.

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Hospitality and Catering at the Hilton Hotel

Year 11 students experienced afternoon tea at the Hilton as part of their GCSE Catering coursework. They had the chance to find out about presentation and portion control required for an afternoon tea.

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Solar Eclipse

We don’t get many solar eclipses in NE England. In fact the last one was in August 1999 when our year 11s were less than 1 year old! Mortimer marked the occasion on the morning of Friday 20th March by suspending period 1 to allow all students the opportunity to see this rare occurrence. Students [...]

By | March 31st, 2015|Student Work|Comments Off on Solar Eclipse