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News Magazine Term 2 2022/23

News Magazine Term 1 2022/23


  • Macbeth Workshops for Year 9

    On Tuesday 24 th and Wednesday 25 th January Year 9 participated in a series of workshops exploring their set text ‘Macbeth’. The sessions were led by professional actor Charlie who did a great job of motivating and inspiring us all. The students got involved in drama warm-ups, staged the entire play in 10 minutes and explored Shakespeare’s language through actioning the text. We were incredibly proud of the way the year our 9s pushed themselves out of their comfort zone to try something new and different.
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  • School of Rock

    Rehearsals are well underway for our school performance of the Andrew Lloyd-Webber hit musical 'School of Rock'. 

    Based on the hilarious hit movie, the show follows Dewey Finn, a failed, wannabe rock star who decides to earn a few extra bucks by posing as a substitute teacher at a prestigious prep school. There he turns a class of straight-A students into a guitar-shredding, bass-slapping, mind-blowing rock band. With only 3 performances on the evenings of the 9th, 10th, and 11th of February, be sure to get your tickets early from The Merlin Theatre box office
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  • Wells Cathedral Choral Concert

    Frome College Choir were invite to perform, once again, at the prestigious Wells Somerset Carol Concert. Held in beautiful Wells Cathedral on the 6th December, the event was a sell out success, with choirs from across the county in attendance. Our own choir, consisting of 27 students and several members of staff, performed 'Christmas Lullaby' by John Rutter, and 'Snow' a piece written specifically for the Frome College choir by our leader Helen Ostafew - Temmink. Helen is a professional Soprano who has recently worked with Karl Jenkins and the World Choir for Peace.
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  • Senior Maths Challenge

    On the 4th Oct a large group of our Year 12 and 13 students took part in the Senior Maths Challenge, an international competition to test mathematical reasoning, precision of thought, and fluency of thought. We are very proud of all that took part, but a special acknowledgement needs to go to the following students who achieved Gold (putting them in the top 11% of all students who took part) Silver (putting them in the top 33%) and Bronze ( the top 66%). Gold Tom W. (Best in School) Tom K.
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  • Rotarians donate benches for SEND students

    Thanks to the incredible generosity of the Rotary Clubs of Frome and Frome Inner Wheel, SEND students at Frome College now have benches to use in their outdoor spaces. Rebecca Beveridge, Deputy SENCO said “We recognised that our SEND students did not always feel confident in using our outdoor spaces at college and we realised that we needed a bespoke area. Our first step was to provide seating for our students where they would be able to eat lunch, have a space outside to regulate if needed and simply be able to talk with their friends in our lovely College grounds. The Rotary Clubs of Frome and Frome Inner Wheel once again stepped up and have very kindly donated these beautiful wooden benches which have allowed our students to do just this, and we could not be more grateful for their generosity.” Pictured are:- Students Maria, Archie, Mackenzie and Courtney Lenka Grimes, Frome Town Rotary Sheridan Curtis, Inner Wheel Alan Glover and Mike Darville, Frome Rotary
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  • 'Pledge of Respect'

    As part of our commitment to  @antibullyingalliance  we have recruited and will be training students as Anti-bullying Ambassadors. These students, working alongside staff, have written a 'Pledge of Respect' which they all signed, alongside Ms. Reynolds. Parents can find practical help on how to deal with bullying on our website
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  • Rotary Young Leadership Award 2022

    The Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is an “intensive” experience with the aim of developing participants’ leadership skills while bonding with teammates. Sixth Former Aaron Bowring, who took part in this experience, said, “It was wonderful, I don’t regret a single moment of it. “I met an absolute plethora of people and have made some friends for life. The whole week was unforgettable, and we’re already arranging the next time we can see each other!
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  • Remembrance 2022

    Frome College students and staff were joined by Governors, Combined Forces Cadets, Fusion Leisure Centre and Wyvern Nursery children for an act of remembrance today. The names of Frome's fallen were read out by students, and wreaths were laid. 
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  • Rotarians Hand Over Cheque

    Rotarians from Frome Selwood Rotary Club have delighted the newest members of Frome College by funding the year 9 DofE taster sessions, which took place last week. The whole of the year were given the chance to spend a night under cover, at Pitch Perfect Camping in Woolverton, before hiking back to school the following morning. Trip leader, Theo Pavli said “We can’t thank the Rotary Club enough for allowing us to give our new students this chance to experience what a DofE trip is like. Outdoor experiences help young people to develop self-confidence, independence, and self-esteem, as well as making them aware of limits, boundaries, and challenges.” The Rotary Club also funded vouchers that will be sent out to the most vulnerable families in our community to help feed their teens over the school holidays.
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  • Open Evening is a Flaming Success!

    Frome College’s first Open Evening since the pandemic saw a record breaking 700 people attend tours of the site, which were all led by current students. Visitors were treated to explosive science lessons, art galleries, dance, and theatre recitals, as well as tasty take aways from catering company Chartwells. Suzanne Williams, mum of year 8 Oakfield student Seth, said “This has been a wonderful event, and a real eye opener to the opportunities offered at Frome College. Seth is now very excited to start there next September.” For the first time, the evening also offered a chance to view the Post 16 facilities in Futures and students travelled in from all over the area to see what they could gain by enrolling at Frome College Futures.
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