Open evening shows what life is like at Bishop Perowne
Visitors to our open evening on Thursday 21st September enjoyed a hands-on experience of life at the Worcester secondary school.
Parents were able to find out more about the learning experiences students have, which included drumming sessions in the music department, mask performances in drama, dressing as a character from Macbeth in the English department and taking part in several experiments in science.
Additionally, in the history department students spoke to visitors about their poignant visit to Auschwitz, the RE department displayed religious artefacts, and the modern foreign languages department gave out Spanish tapas, as well as turning part of a classroom into a Parisian café.
Mr Pollard, Headteacher, commented, "It was one of the most successful open days I've experienced at the school with a large turnout and extremely positive feedback being received. Due to the fantastic GCSE results achieved in the summer, there is a renewed positivity that the changes we have made over the last few years are making a big difference to our students' learning.
"With the deadline for applying for secondary school places fast approaching, it's an important time for parents and Year 6 students, and it was great to show how far the school has come and where we're going in the future."
Parents who were unable to attend the open evening can contact us for a private tour with Mr Pollard.