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The Bishop of Hereford's Bluecoat School

A Church of England School

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  • Presentation Evening

    Published 23/11/22

    Year T students - If you were unable to attend presentation evening, you will be able to collect certificates on Wednesday 30th November at 3.30pm.

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  • Onatti Productions

    Published 29/11/22

    Students and staff had an excellent time last Monday as actors from the Onatti Theatre Company presented 'la Maison Hantée' to us in the Main Hall.

    Zoé and Antoine, lost and getting wet in the storm, enter a house which they find, that seems to be unoccupied.

    With a visit from the police, an escaped prisoner, a ghost and a couple of Bishops students called to the stage to lend a hand, their antics kept us laughing (or crying with laughter, in Mr Collingbourne's case) as they worked out where the noises were coming from, who exactly was in the house and they even apprehended the escaped criminal.

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  • Toby chosen as banner bearer

    Published 29/11/22

    Year 9 student Toby was chosen as the banner bearer for the remembrance service in Hereford earlier this month. He did a fantastic job along with all of the Air Cadets squadron.

    Toby has been working really hard during his time at the Air Cadets and been taking part in exciting challenges such as flying a motorised glider. He was also made Corporal within a year.

    Well done Toby!

     

    Photo courtesy of Cameron Hill Photography & Your Herefordshire.

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  • Jude swimming success

    Published 29/11/22
    Year 9 student Jude recently took place in a full weekend swimming competition with City of Hereford Swimming Club competing against swimmers from his category and from other clubs around the country. Jude swam in ten races over two days and achie
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  • KS4 Basketball Victory

    Published 29/11/22

    BHBS KS4 boys basketball team travelled to Gloucester recently to face Gloucester Saxons u16s.

    The Saxons play in the national basketball league.

    As a development fixture for Bishops it was meant to be a tough test for our boys. We were expecting a heavy defeat. Saxons were weakened through injury.

    In the end, scoring from captain Will and Bodhi, strong rebounding from Henry, Jacob and Onur and pressure defence from Johnnie and Harley lead to a shocking but comfortable 15 point win for Bishops.

    Huge thanks to Gloucester Saxons for hosting us and we wish them good luck for the rest of the season.

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  • Year 9 Maths Picnic

    Published 29/11/22

    Six Year 9 students took part in the Maths Picnic last week at Lucton school. The event is a fun educational challenge which tests problem-solving and teamwork skills.

    Our teams came 1st and 3rd out of 23 teams competing from a variety of schools across the county.

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  • Languages Christmas Card Competition

    Published 10/11/22
    The BHBS languages department have launched their annual Christmas card competition. Details on how to enter below.                                     &n
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  • Autumn Concert

    Published 04/11/22

    Please join us for our Autumn concert next week. Tickets available on the door.

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  • La Maison Hantee

    Published 04/11/22

    The Haunted House

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  • The GCHQ National Language Competition 2022

    Published 21/10/22
    Calling year 9 students…  GCHQ is a world-leading intelligence, cyber and security agency with a mission to keep the UK safe.    They are running a National Language Competition from 7th-11th November 2022 aimed at Year 9
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  • Chelsey is fundraising for Children in Need

    Published 30/09/22
    Chelsey in Year 9 is raising money for Children in Need. On 12th November she will walk/run 30,000 steps (approx. 13.5 miles) around Hereford in memory of her younger sister. Last year Chelsey successfully completed a sponsored 13 mile cycle on a
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  • European Day of Languages

    Published 26/09/22
    Monday 26th September is the European Day of Languages, where through Europe, the vast range of languages which are spoken is celebrated. In school, students have the opportunity to enter a Treasure Hunt competition and/or to do a 'Find someon
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