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SIXTH FORM COLLEGE Dance duo have got all the moves


TALENTED dancers, Ellie Smith and Lucy Rimmer, kindly offered to get involved with the year 11 dance exams this year, so they could have a feel for what a GCSE Dance exam would be like.


The two Year 9 girls showed their commitment to year 11, attending after school rehearsals, lunchtimes and a day within the Easter holidays, to rehearse their pieces, ready for the examination.


Ellie said:“It was fun to see what the dance course was like and how much time and effort they have to put in to get it to a high standard. I really enjoyed this experience.”


“I really liked this experience, but it made me a bit jealous as I’d like to do it for real. I liked working with Sarah Jackson and Charlotte Ford as they treated me like I was in year 11 and that I was their equal.”


The joy of reading


WORLD Book Night is an annual celebration of reading and books which took place in April. It sees passionate volunteers give hundreds of


thousands of books away in their communities to share their love of reading.


It is run by The Reading Agency - the charity with a mission to give everyone an equal chance to become a reader. Because everything changes when we read.


In the UK 35% of people don’t regularly read despite reading for pleasure being a globally recognised indicator in a huge range of social issues from poverty to mental health.


Tarporley Library had a very happy time distributing free adult World Book Night books among 6th formers, ex-students and staff at Tarporley High School. These were very well received and many promised to read their book and then pass it on to others.


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