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26 May 2022 (by admin)

Each week we look to update this area with exciting news from our faculties!
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Leeds Rhino Foundation
Just 5 years ago Neil Tchamambe, one of our former students was first taught Rugby League by Leeds Rhino Foundation coaches. He started his journey here at Corpus and now he's signed his first professional contract for the club!. Congratulations Neil!!
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Leeds Rhino Challenge - Coming Out of the Camps
Great news from our Sports Faculty! (Above)
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INTU Uni
A group of year 8 students enjoyed a day out to Leeds University on Friday thanks to INTU Uni. They learnt all about budgeting, student accommodation, engineering and even got a tour of the campus. A day enjoyed by all! 
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Rugby League National Championship Finals
The Year 11 girls competed in the Rugby League National Championship Finals last night and WON 26 - 12 against Castleford Academy! It was a fantastic performance from all, with everyone giving the game 100% commitment and truly deserved the win! Now crowned National Champions this is a great way for the girls to end their time at Corpus Christi and have been a real credit to the school!
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FIFA Tournament 2022
Congratulations to Liam & Isaac, our finalists in our FIFA Tournament!
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FIFA Tournament 2022

Mr Bell has been running a FIFA tournament for weeks and on Thursday; the final takes place!" Who will be the winner of the first Corpus Christi Champions cup?

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RERF Field Trip

Y9 Geography students enjoyed a visit to the RERF plant last Thursday. “All students were a credit to themselves and the College – they asked lots of investigative questions.” Mrs King.

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First News

Miss Loureiro’s Year 7 students had a look at the digital version of First News for the first time this week in their library lesson. They worked together in small groups to find some interesting articles that feature in the news in this week’s edition.

Here are some articles that grabbed our students’ attention:

· Two boys found in the Amazon rainforest after a month.

· Aldi has launched a giant hot cross bun.

· Five ancient tombs have been discovered in Egypt.

· Octopuses are adapting to the litter in our oceans by using it for shelter.

· Seagulls have a favourite fish and chip shop!

· Beavers have returned to London for the first time in 400 years.

· A cat called Stefan was evacuated from Ukraine and now has 1.1 million followers on TikTok.

The students were able to talk about their favourite articles at the end of the lesson where they listened attentively and respected each other.

It was wonderful to see our students empowered by global news knowledge! - Miss Busby, Librarian

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National Festival

        

Tuesday at the National Festival. The girls played really well considering we only had 9 players (11 a-side!) and carrying injuries (special mention to Demi who carried on with a knee injury!), managing to win all their games except one, meaning they're through to the National Finals to be held on 27th April at Featherstone Rovers. They also have the Yorkshire Cup Final on Wednesday 30th March so please wish them congratulations and good luck for the next rounds. Additionally, some of the girls were approached by York Knights off the back off their performance, so a massive well done to them too.

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Positive Choices day with Leeds United Foundation

Students at Corpus are receiving an education into the consequences of serious violence, thanks to a project led by the Leeds United Foundation.

The Y10 are listening closely to talks about knife crime to start their positive choices day.

Year 10 are being put through their paces today while learning about natural highs!
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Leeds Playhouse Trip

Staff would like to thank the Year 10 and Year 11 pupils that participated in the English trip for being such a credit to Corpus at the Leeds Playhouse last Thursday! We went to see the production of 'Macbeth' and pupil behaviour was exceptional. Staff and pupils really enjoyed the fantastic production with an incredibly talented and diverse cast. Thank you, Y10 and Y11! 

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The Riot Act

Our Year 7 students enjoyed a unique theatre production by The Riot Act highlighting road safety.

'From the minute they started to the minute they finished the students were engaged and enjoyed the production'- Ms. J Adams, Student Support Officer for Year 7.

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FIFA Tournament 2022

"We're well into our Esports FIFA Tournament now. The students are loving the competition and it's a great way to get together after a long day at school!" #esports Mr Bell - IT Teacher

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Ash Wednesday 

"Today the children of Corpus received ashes and they learnt how to pray, fast and give." Nicola Sweetman Head of RE

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Rugby Yorkshire Cup

Congratulations to our Year 11 Rugby Team for getting through to the final round of the Yorkshire Cup! Player of the tournament went to Blessing, who carried the ball strongly (through a number of players!) and scored some brilliant tries all with a smile on her face.

"Keira and Chevelle controlled the games really well and the girls all played well as a team" Ms Kelly, - Assistant Head of PE

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