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11 June 2018
We are holding a uniform evening on Monday 9th July 2018 at the Josephine Butler Campus. Our suppliers will be in school from 3pm-6pm to help you with your order. They will have a full range of stock with them so you can purchase uniform on the night or try sizes before you order. They accept payment by cash or card.
The following time slots apply :-
- 3pm – 4pm Primary
- 4pm – 5pm Key Stage 3 – Years 7 and 8
- 5pm – 6pm Key Stage 4 – Years 9 and 10
Where possible we would ask parents to attend at the allocated time slot for their child’s year group though we do appreciate this may not be possible for all parents.
We no longer stock uniform in school and if you are unable to come to our uniform evening you can order in the following ways:-
- Buy online directly from www.michaelsehgal.co.uk
- Visit Michael Sehgal and Sons Ltd at 28-40 Scotswood Road, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE4 7JB
Mr Steve Gibson
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A large audience greeted the performers for a night of songs from the charts, stage, screen, and more.
Featuring Killingworth Community Choir, Wallsend Community Choir, the Josephine Butler Secondary Choir and the Josephine Butler Secondary Rock Singers, The choirs were joined on stage by our singing teachers Aaron Bayley (Pop Idol finalist) and Beth Macari (Sky TV’s Bring the Noise).
The choirs, conducted by the NCEA Director of Music and Performing Arts, Mr Selwyn Thompson, presented a range of songs to suit various musical tastes.
Here is the weekly round-up of news from Josephine Butler Secondary Campus in our spotLIGHT Bulletin for Monday 13th February.
Members of the NCEA CCF (Combined Cadet Force) went to perform at a special dinner for the 101 Regiment Royal Artillery on Saturday. The pipes and drums are increasingly popular in the region, with a number of events and activities taking place for them to attend and invitations to perform. For further information, please speak to Major Parker at the Academy.
JBVI Students braved the cold today in a mass car-washing exercise in the staff car park. A number of staff members were happy to part with a few pounds to have the winter dirt washed away, and at the same time to help the sixth form to fundraise towards their trip to Sri Lanka.
A wet, cold and muddy welcome awaited teams from across the region competing in a Year 7 and 8 RFU Rugby Festival hosted at Josephine Butler Secondary Campus. Around 20 teams gathered together at the Academy to play in the tournament, which was an excellent event. Our own JBS Y7 and Y8 Rugby teams played in the tournament, with the Y8 team remaining unbeaten throughout. Our older rugby players also helped out on the day with organisation and refereeing.
A number of Year 7 pupils are currently involved in an art project exploring sound and vision, in a collaboration between the Academy and the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art. As part of the project, a film crew visited JBS on Tuesday to document how the pupils are getting on. Further information about the project will be shared on the website as it becomes available.