Back to News Articles

News Article Archive

Pupils who have an aptitude for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics were invited to attend the Plymouth University Science and Technology Showcase on Tuesday 11 September. The pupils had two hours to visit various faculties at the University, trialling activities they may need to complete if they were a student.

The activities included: finding out what dinosaur they would be in (geology and palaeontology), investigating heart rates (biomedicine), testing computer games (computer science), making a robot play football (robotics), stepping inside a bubble (Mathematics), making snot (biomedicine), saving energy (environmental psychology) and designing using 3D printers (3D design).

The pupils had a fun day and found it incredibly useful in helping them to plan their next steps.

MFL Curriculum Changes Survey

 

We are currently looking at the future of the curriculum to meet pupils' needs in Modern Foreign Languages. Therefore, Poltair would be grateful if you could take some time to answer the questions in the survey linked below:

 

Please take the time to fill in the

MFL Curriculum Changes Survey

Parent View

Parent View - Give Ofsted your view on your child's school

 

 

Free Software For Children

Following our upgrade to Office 365 we can now offer all students free licenses to use the latest version of Microsoft Office at home, this includes Microsoft Office on a Mac, and also Microsoft Office on Android or iOS.

Office 365 At Poltair

Click the link above to download your copy now!

Tweets

Follow us on Twitter
5d
Miss Hughes is being a 'tour guide' as we approach Bristol #gcsegeography #urbanfieldwork https://t.co/mo8sTEtTYm
6d
RT @Mathsatpoltair: Modelling collecting like terms. #thatshowitsdone #maths https://t.co/jwMy8Kcl3Q
6d
RT @Mathsatpoltair: Well done maths x/m3 work on simultaneous equations on mymaths @MyMathsUK https://t.co/5wDROcIoE2
1w
RT @PoltairEnglish: Students leading the way @PoltairSchool #privatepeaceful #leadership #leadlearners https://t.co/aMiuJzjInS
3w
RT @Mathsatpoltair: Further maths in year 11 #awesomemaths https://t.co/JZGzdVJ6KW