We are proud to present our new Head Boy Team! Congratulations to Ewan, who will be Head Boy, and to James, Tom, Keyaan, Reuben and Teo who will be supporting him! #BeMoreAmbitious 👏 https://t.co/vlr1j4yTUW
Calling all budding Tom Kerridges! Enter the new House Competition to create a healthy kebab as part of #HealthyEatingWeek and you could be cooking for your fellow students in the JHGS Canteen! More information on Google Classroom; Mrs Bedford looks forward to your creations!
@JHGSHW / 08/06/21
Sad news from biology today. Our beloved colleague Cleopatra the Corn Snake has died after 12 years of slithering around the science department. RIP Cleo! https://t.co/ng8FGEQgOx
@JHGSHW Retweeted JHGShorticulture / 08/06/21
Miss Venn and Mr Arnold said goodbye to their U6 classes in their own inimitable style by doing a photosynthesis practical, chlorophyll chromatography and the hugely popular #ratdissection#bemorecutting!🐀
No-one will forget their time in Biology! https://t.co/icukefG8Q2
@JHGSHW Retweeted JHGSScience / 08/06/21
We are #BeMoreExcited to celebrate our achievement in the @UKMathsTrust JMC! 63% of Y8 achieved Gold, Silver or Bronze Awards demonstrating their effective problem solving. We achieved 22 Gold, 56 Silver and 36 Bronze Awards! Well done to Andrew S who was our top performer!👏🏅
@JHGSHW / 07/06/21
After all the assessments Y11 carried out a project to visualise and theoretically create a colony somewhere else in the solar system using their scientific knowledge and research skills. This was run as a house competition! 🧑🚀🛰️🚀☄️👽👾
@JHGSHW Retweeted JHGSScience / 04/06/21
And the Junior Physics Challenge results are now in with an even better set of results than last year!
JHGS Y10 pupils achieved:
12 Gold (top 14.1% in the country)
Well done to Will who got the top score in the school!🧠👏 #bemorephysics@TheBPhO@JHGSHW
More half term cricket entertainment. The 1st XI scored 232/8 from 40 overs, with Will (U6) scoring 61, Will (Year 11) 37 and a vital innings of 47* from Ben. They then bowled out Beaconsfield Academy for 105 to win by 127 - superb new ball spell from James and Lochie (4/11). https://t.co/8uTf81IJDq
Within 18 months of the Black Death arriving on English shores it had killed approximately half the population.
How did the Black Death affect the parish, that most basic administrative and ecclesiastical unit with which ordinary people had most contact?