Events - October 2014

Forward planning


Faure's Requiem Choir Rehearsal 1/10/14

Wednesday 1st October 2014

 All staff, parents and friends of Pimlico Academy are warmly invited to join Pimlico Academy Community Choir, who will be joining forces with Pimlico Academy Chorus and Senior Choir to perform Faure’s famous Requiem on Wednesday 17th December at Pimlico Academy.Rehearsals will take place in the Academy’s music department, room 109, between 6 and 7.30pm on:- Wednesday 1st October - Wednesday 5th November - Tuesday 2nd December There will also be a dress rehearsal, which will bring together all the performing musicians, immediately prior to the concert on Wednesday 17th December.Everyone is welcome! Please email to register your interest, allowing us to organise adequate rehearsal refreshments, or with any queries. We look forward to seeing you there!Wednesday 17th December 6.30pm • Pimlico Academy, Lupus Street

Year 7 Cross Country - b side

Friday 3rd October 2014

Year 7 Cross CountryB side of timetable.The cross country event will be held at Battersea Park during your PE lesson.You will be given more information and a consent letter in your upcoming PE lessons.

Art Show

Thursday 9th October 2014

US Ambassador Visit

Wednesday 15th October 2014

Year 7 Extended Day Cancellation 16.10.14

Thursday 16th October 2014

Year 7 Extended Day will be cancelled on Thursday 16th October due to the Parent Tutor Meetings taking place after school. Extended Day will resume as normal on Monday 20th October.

Andy Apollo talks to Year 13 drama students

Friday 17th October 2014

Andy Apollo talks to Year 13 drama students On Thursday 9th October the actor Andy Apollo came to speak to Year 13 drama students about life at drama school. Andy Apollo graduated from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and is now an established actor. He has featured in ‘A view from the bridge’ by Arthur Miller at The Everyman and Playhouse Theatre, Liverpool and ‘Macbeth’ in New York.He spoke to the Year 13 students about routes into drama school, life at drama school and how to audition for acting jobs after graduating. One Year 13 student, Louis Krommenhoek, commented that ‘it was good to see a fresh and alternative career path into theatre rather than thinking that University was the only option. It has opened my mind to other possibilities.’ Another student, Malachi Hamden said ‘it was good to get an honest opinion of the industry I hope to work in when I leave school. Andy told us that patience, hard work and dedication is key to being a successful actor.’ This talk from Andy came as the Year 13 drama students are rehearsing for their devised performance and thinking about the next steps of their careers.