Come along to the Old Library on Wednesday 11th May from 1pm to the launch of the new Book Sharing Shelf.
Bring your favourite novel extract or poem to read aloud, or just come along to listen and eat some cake!
If you have any questions about this, contact Mrs Fisher, Dasha, Rachel or Felicity L6
Yesterday saw the opening match of the season for the Stephen Perse Cricket 1st XI, facing the Perse away at the Upper. Continue reading
“From Palermo to Brixton, from English Lawyer to Sicilian writer: a woman’s personal experience.”
Susanna Agnello Hornby is an distinguished Italian author, she has had many best-sellers and her work has been translated into 22 languages. Hornby will tell the tale of her transition from running a successful law firm to her career in Literature and her movement around the world in various stages of her life. Her fascinating story will be well worth hearing, so come along on Friday 6th May.
The event is being held at the Sixth Form building from 4.30pm, it is free but please see the email to register your interest.
Following the assembly from Mr Connor and Miss Taylor about the EU Referendum and in the run up to our college EU debate, here is a collection of weblinks that may be of interest to you:
Norway’s relationship with Europe and the EU: http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/oct/27/norway-eu-reality-uk-voters-seduced
‘The UK’s EU Referendum: All you need to know’ –http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-32810887