Posts Tagged ‘news’

Canoe Slalom medalist Stott visits the Evelina

Posted: September 7, 2012 by dukefrederick in Event
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Mancunian born Gold Medalist and Olympic Champion Etienne Stott is visiting the Evelina Childrens Hospital this afternoon. The 33 year old Stott who started his professional career in the early 2000’s plans to meet children at the Evelina Hospital School and patients are eagerly waiting for his arrival. Trained by Nick Smith he stormed to victory in the London Olympics Canoe Slalom with his team mate and friend Tim Baillie. Patients and students at the Hospital are planning to ask him questions on his future plans and how it feels to win a Gold medal.

Stott Gold Joy

Stott and Baillie show their relief after winning the canoe Slalom

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Man and girl killed in house fire.

Posted: April 4, 2011 by hbl010 in HBL, news, Pupil
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The bodies of a man and young girl have been discovered at a house following a kitchen fire.

The bodies were discovered on Sunday, at about 20:45 in a house in Briarwood, on the Brookside Estate in Telford.

A police spokeswoman said the deaths are being treated as unexplained but added there was evidence of a kitchen fire at the house.

Officers forced their way into the property where they found a man and young girl who they believe to be father and daughter.

The man and young girl were confirmed dead by paramedics when they arrived on scene.

The spokeswoman said” no further details regarding the ages or identities of the man and child would be released at this point.”

Words that shape the week

Posted: January 31, 2011 by hbl010 in general, HBL, news, Pupil, ROH
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ROH was having a surf at the blogs and found this on the Vanity Fair website, Noun and then ‘ words that shape the week.’

This is our version:

Flash fiction: noun and adjective

I’ve been writing flash fiction.

Cat: noun

My cat ran away from home on Friday

New home: adjective and noun

I was moving home on Saturday.

Babies: noun, plural

The babies on my ward were always crying.

Murders: noun, plural

I saw on the television news that a young boy had been killed.

Victoria Station: noun

Journeys will be slower on all lines as escalators are replaced at Victoria Station.

FDS

Blackberry phone: noun

I got a new cover to it

Laptop: noun

I got a sims 3 game and when on Facebook  and got messages from my mates

T.V.: noun

I watched Eastenders

Sleep: verb

I slept for 15 minutes during the day

Blackberry messenger: noun

I talk to my friends

Mobility: noun

It was my first week on one crutch.

Rabbit: noun

My rabbit came back home on Saturday.

Egypt: noun

Streets riots because tabak was blamed for something.

Nelson Mandela: noun

Nelson was in hospital and rumours went around saying he was dead

Shepherds Hall: noun

The food was delicious.

History: noun

I got history homework from Evelinasec.

Small School

Posted: January 10, 2011 by hbl010 in HBL, news, Pupil, Schoolwork
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Some people suit main-stream school, others don’t. Small schools are a smaller school environment which accepts students who don’t like or can’t work in a main-stream school environment.
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Kerry Katona

Kerry Katona, her life has been up and down since coming out of the jungle in 2004. She has had four kids by 2 different men and has been married twice. Her recent marriage was with Mark Croft who was frowned upon by the public because they thought he was a gold-digger. He has made her bankrupt, encouraged her to take drugs and has used her fame, but Kerry has turned her life around and is now divorcing husband Mark. Kerry is not letting him see his two children which are called Heidi who is three and Maxwell Mark who is Two. So Mark has said that he will not pay any money to her for his children. To keep Mark away from her and their children, she is moving into a £2.6 million mansion in Sussex, even though she is bankrupt. Kerry’s trainer Kevin gave Kerry the strength and confidence to get rid of Mark. She said “I can’t go back, I’ve wasted the last four years but I’m getting better- I’m off my medication and I’m clean.”