NINESTILES ATTENDANCE FOCUS WEEK

Week beginning the 28th November is Ninestiles attendance Focus week. Why is high attendance important to your child's education? At Ninestiles we want the best for your children and this includes us all aspiring to have the best possible attendance, 97% and above.

NINESTILES ATTENDANCE FOCUS WEEK

Ready, steady….Bake!

Ninestiles students and staff hosted a coffee morning on Friday 7th October in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.

Ready, steady….Bake!

Be Safe, Be ready and Be Respectful

At Ninestiles we expect the highest standards from everyone

Be Safe, Be ready and Be Respectful

Ninestiles School does Children in Need

Ninestiles School does Children in Need

News and updates

Why is high attendance important to your child’s education?

At Ninestiles we want the best for your children and this includes us all aspiring to have the best possible attendance, 97% and above.  The correlation between high attendance and high attainment at GCSE is evident and having a good education is an important factor in opening up more opportunities in adult life. Good attendance

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27th November 2016

Good Luck to our Yr11s in their PPE exams

Ninestiles wishes Good Luck to all our Year 11s in the PPE exams that are currently happening.  Year 7 students also passed on their Good Luck messages by writing cards to all of Year 11.

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25th November 2016

Operation Christmas Child 2016

Ninestiles staff and students are proud to report that they have taken part in Operation Christmas Child 2016 and have produced more than 100 boxes full of presents. It is the first time we have taken part and we have been overwhelmed by the support of staff, students and parents. The photograph shows just a

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17th November 2016

Mathematics Superstars

A team of Ninestiles star mathematicians were competing in the Senior Maths Challenge at Wolverhampton University. They were the only Year 11 team against Sixth form pupils from colleges, sixth forms and grammar schools.  Well done to Tristan, Mustafa, Aneesa and Ewan who were a real credit to the school, they solved a number of difficult maths

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16th November 2016