Due to public theatres being closed, ALP Musical Theatre has been created to show a ‘pop up’ theatre screening of ‘Our House’ on Friday 11th September for secondary and post 16 students. This is to kick start this term’s Artsmark project ‘Going to the Theatre’ where students will explore meaning behind lyrics in english lessons, the historical context of genres like Two-tone in music lessons, theatre make up in hair dressing and constructing a scale model theatre set in maths lessons. Students will then use this to develop their own ideas for a theatre celebration at the end of term.
Recently ALP Leicester took part in National Internet Safety Day. Abbie and Kyle decided with the success of our own version of the 80s hit TV Show Bullseye last year, they would tackle another classic in Family Fortunes. All the learners involved had great fun and one team managed to claim the prize but only after there was a tie when the game was over.
On Friday 6th. The secondary learners at ALP Leicester took part in First Aid training arranged by our First Aid Team.
Steve from St. John Ambulance service came in and made the training very interactive and fun and all the learners had a great day. So next time you cut yourself you might want to ask your child to patch you now they have had training.
Thursday 27/2/2020 Saw ALP Leicester attend the Leicestershire Live innovation awards 2020, and walk away winning the innovation in Schools award. Congratulations to All the staff involved in getting this award
“The LeicestershireLive Innovation Awards 2020 will once again celebrate the very best technology, services, digital advances and creative thinking within Leicestershire. On Thursday, February 27, 2020 at the Morningside Arena there will be a pre-awards exhibition which will provide the regions most exciting product developers and innovators to once again showcase their work to attendees and members of the public. The exhibition opens at 2:00pm and concludes at 4:30pm and is free to attend.”
ALP Leicester visited Interserve Construction Limited to see the ongoing devlopment of a school to discuss different job roles and see the work being carried out. They talked about careers, health & safety issues and different routes into construction.
We recently visited the world skills show at the NEC arena on 21st November 2019 and a great time was had by all.
We have recently been using our new studio equipment and have recently made this sound clip. it was so much fun to make and I think every member of primary in someway or another was involved with this.
Last week, ALP Leicester had a really successful ‘No Pens Wednesday’.
No Pens Day Wednesday encourages schools and settings to put down their pens and to run a day of speaking and listening activities. At ALP Leicester, we did just that on Wednesday 13th October. Staff and pupils enjoyed a day of activities – all without a single pen or pencil in sight! In primary, to link with their thematic learning topic of ‘From A to B’, pupils worked in teams to help navigate a blindfolded person around a maze which had been set up in the hall.
In Secondary, pupils took part in various activities, including a giant game of snakes and ladders to support their learning in maths. Staff really stepped up to the challenge of planning a whole day of ‘no pens’ activities whilst pupils enjoyed the different activities planned for them.
We have recently had a visit from Employability UK. Their mission is to facilitate employer engagement to enhance the aspirations, opportunities and career prospects of enthusiastic and committed young people. Students took part in ‘Be your Best You’, ‘A-Z of Super Confidence’, ‘Free Time’, ‘Health & Fitness’, ‘Next Steps’ (CV’s, pathways to work) and ‘vision boards’. Congratulations go to James Shortland won the Star Student of the day.