Alongside many churches across the town, our Chaplain Mike Wildsmith invites you to an amazing opportunity at the Halliwell Jones Stadium where around 3000 people will be celebrating Christmas in a slightly unusual location! Tickets are free – but you do need to register. All the details are on the attached flyer. Hope to see you there! www.churchwarrington.co.uk... See MoreSee Less
On Monday 27th November Year 10 Hospitality and Catering students experienced a very different practical lesson! Mr Koltan led a masterclass on the preparation of wild game. He brought in two fresh pheasants and showed the students how to prepare the birds. Mrs Callaway then salted, peppered and pan fried them for everyone to taste. The students showed a great interest in the lesson and were very surprised they actually enjoyed the taste of pheasant. A few students went back for seconds. Students were keen to ‘have a go’ in preparing and cooking wild game themselves, so we are planning a future session with Mr Koltan.
British Game Assurance are encouraging those who eat meat in the UK to eat wild and sustainable British meat as an alternative to mass-produced meats, stating it is the “healthiest you can eat’’. Wild game is not only much more sustainable but also healthier than many other meats we see today. Game (e.g. pheasant, partridge, rabbit, venison etc.) has a lower carbon footprint than most mass-produced meats (e.g. pork, chicken, beef etc.) and is leaner, higher in protein, and lower in fat.
Thank you Mr Koltan for sharing this interesting experience with the students. We all really enjoyed the session and can’t wait for the next one! ... See MoreSee Less
It was a very special weekend for Sir Thomas Boteler Church of England High School. We are incredibly proud to announce that we have won the Warrington Wolves Made of Steel High School of the Year award at an official ceremony at the Halliwell Jones Stadium on Saturday Evening.
This award celebrates community Rugby League across our town, from school teams to community clubs. Headteacher Mrs Beverley Scott-Herron commented: “We are not the biggest school in our town, but we have the biggest expectations and aspirations for what our young people can and will achieve. Our PE Team have changed hearts and minds. It was a fabulous atmosphere and evening. All the parents and carers I spoke to could not thank us enough for what we have done for their children, not only in sport but holistically. I felt very proud.“ ... See MoreSee Less