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Alde Valley Academy


Ready Steady Cook with the Royal Navy at Alde Valley Academy


YEAR 9 students planning to take Hospitality and Catering in Year 10 were invited to take part in a Ready, Steady Cook challenge


with the


Royal Navy catering team. Two professional chefs from the Royal Navy brought along a selection of ingredients which the students had to transform into a two course meal. The Royal Navy chefs (who can be cooking for hundreds of people at a time) explained that


ALDE Valley attended a Science work shop at University of East Anglia. Year 9 students from Alde


Valley Academy went to East Norfolk Sixth Form College for a science activity day which was run by teachers and PHD students. Firstly, the students took part in a Biology activity where they described how different behaviours linked to different animal processes. Using what they learned, students put this into games of thought and risk taking.


Next, students moved on to another activity which highlighted climate


change


and carbon footprints. They used materials to build a house on budget with a low carbon footprint.


Students Jacky, Owen, John and Damian did the best by reaching the budget with the lowest carbon footprint of 23. After lunch, students moved on to a pharmaceutical activity where they made rose scented hand cream


and camomile


hand ointment. They enjoyed mixing the ingredients together


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and creating them. Student Molly said, “It was really fun. I enjoyed every bit of it.” For the final activity, students got to programme robots made of Lego. Students Sam and Astijus programmed their robot to bump into objects, reverse and turn to move out of the way of it. Mrs Rollo,


Teacher of


Science, commented, “We have attended this outreach event, provided by the University of East Anglia, for several years. It gives the students hands on experience of how science is used in the workplace, and an awareness of the breadth of science courses that can be studied at university. As usual, our students were excellent ambassadors for our school: polite, engaged and keen to learn from others”.


All of the students really enjoyed the whole day from start to finish and it was a great scientific experience.


Written by student Oscar


Children’s Society Coffee Morning


WE are so pleased with ourselves because we managed to raise £757.20 for The Children’s Society at the coffee morning held on Friday 31st May. We are so grateful to David at


The Dolphin,


Thorpeness for hosting our event again, keeping us supplied with endless pots of coffee and tea and for the tireless assistance of his staff.


Of course we could


not have achieved this magnificent amount without the dedication of our little group and the generosity of everyone who came along to support us. Our thanks to everyone.


creativity was a skill required at sea, when food supplies were running low and you couldn't just pop to the shops.


Students worked in small groups and were encouraged to work together, using each other’s strengths to design a menu, source a recipe,


prepare and plate the food, all in under one and a half hours. They could use all, or some of the ingredients they had been given; in addition each team had a mystery ingredient -mozzarella, brioche, chorizo, cream cheese which they must use in their recipes.


Dishes ranged from chicken casserole, stuffed peppers, saute potatoes and roast chicken, American style pancakes and an apple crumble. The chefs were very impressed with the students' behaviour and results and nominated a winning team for the meals they produced and the excellent presentation - the Royal Navy do Fine Dining too! Special commendation went to two teams who


managed to clean up their work station as they went along.


Mrs Wills, Head of faculty commented, “This is a great opportunity for students to get an insight of real life catering. Students had to demonstrate team work, quick thinking working under


and pressure.


Congratulations to everyone who took part”.


Careers in the Royal Navy range from those with no entry requirements (Engineering technician, Chef) to specialist roles requiring a degree or professional qualification (Marine Engineer Officer, Dental Officer). Visit their website royalnavy.mod.uk/ careers for more information.


SUMMER Reading Challenge Volunteers Required. Do you have two hours spare each week during the summer holidays (July 20th – September 7th)? Would you like to help with The Summer Reading Challenge?


You


would be listening to children tell you about the books that they have read, joining them up and handing out rewards and stickers


- please come to our meeting


on Wednesday 26th June at 9.30am


Meditation & Healing Session. Monday 24th June, 2pm – 3.30pm (donations for Saxmundham Library Friends Group). No Need To book, just turn up (bring your own refreshments). Would you like to join a book The Friday readers


group?


meet once a month. The next meeting will be Friday 28th June at 1.30pm. They are currently reading ‘A Place Called Winter’ by Patrick Gale. Everyone welcome, just turn up to the next session. Course - iPad Improvers Support – refreshing things you’ve forgotten, gaining more confidence and trying new things,


starting Monday 1st July for 4 weeks (1st, 8th, 15th, 29th July (no session 22nd), 9.30am – 12noon


£45 for the course payable by cash or cheque to ‘Suffolk Libraries’. Please contact the library with payment to book your place. Toptime – every Thursday, 10am – 12pm (talks start at 10.30am). Everyone welcome – pop in! £1 charge per session includes tea/coffee and biscuits.


BAD news - good news! The bad news is that three of our first six matches have been hit by the weather. The good news is that we have won our opening games on the field of play.


Results so far: Colchester Cavaliers 117 Rich Battle 3-5 Saxmundham Sports 118-


5. B.Thurston 38. Sax won by 5 wkts; Kesgrave 180. T.Feveyear 5-44; Saxmundham Sports 181-5. G.Butler 73. S.Goddard 63 Sax won by 5 wkts; Saxmundham Sports 176. P. Minhas 51; Coggeshall 171 Rosh Amaratunge 4-47, Sax won by 5 runs. July Fixtures: Saturday 6th v Brockley (home). Saturday 13th v Chappel & Wakes Colne (away). July


Friday 19th


T20 v Shotley (home), 6pm. Saturday 20th Sudbury


YALDA Davis (cello) and


friends will be performing a Concert in the lovely surroundings of St Andrew’s Church at Aldringham. The Concert will be followed by refreshments. St Andrews has a fine choir who will sing Choral Evensong at 6pm.


Come for the Concert, come for Evensong, come for both.


Saxmundham Library News June 13th





Museum


visit. We will be meeting at Saxmundham


Museum this


week for a tour and talk about their new exhibitions and of course a cup of tea or coffee June 20th - Author Heidi Swain, Heidi is a Sunday Times bestselling author and will be talking about her new book ’Poppy’s Recipe


For


Life’, copies will be available to buy and have signed. June 27th – Craft, join us for a morning of crafting, chatting and drinking tea (all materials are supplied).


Coming up in July: July 11th – Talk, ‘Growing


Up In The 1950s’, a talk by Stephen Morgan. July 25th – Talk, Wildlife tour guide and speaker Alex Bass delivers his talk on Suffolk Wildlife Landscapes. Bookstart, song and rhyme activity sessions on Tuesdays 9.30am – 10am and Friday 10.30am – 11am. Free sessions from birth to pre-schoolers and their parent/grandparent/carer. Term time only. Volunteers required. For talks, demos, arts, crafts, dance, sports, languages, etc. We are always looking for people to give informal talks, demos and provide activities on Thursday mornings in the library. Could you tell us about a trip you took, place you worked, charity that you have helped? Could you show us how to cook, garden, collect something, craft, sing, dance or write? Anything considered! We look forward to hearing from you.


Saxmundham Sports CC (home).


Saturday 27th


Tendring (away). Sunday July 28th T20 v Stradbroke (away). Bad news - unfortunately our All Stars junior programme was cancelled for 2019. I haven't got any contact details for those who did provisionally sign up (held by the Suffolk Cricket Board) with us so please accept our apologies. Very good news - extremely well done to our members for recruiting new players for our Two Counties and Suffolk T20 teams!


Remember: If you wish to


come along and play cricket in the summer then please contact Saxmundham Sports Cricket Club on 'saxcricket.co.uk' or txt Graham on 07962 124069 or Tom Feveyear on 07816 856103.


Cellos at Aldringham Church Sunday 28th July at 4pm


No admission charge; there will be a retiring collection for church funds. A bit about Yalda Davis: Yalda Davis has set herself a project to play her cello in all of Suffolk’s medieval churches. She is giving fundraising concerts and playing at church fundraising events around the county.


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