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  • Sixth Form Soapbox Carts

    Published 19/06/18
    Four Sixth Form students have been busy putting their Design Technology skills to the test by building soapbox carts. Split into two teams (Stallone Nero and Dove Soapbox Racing), students have spent many hours building, testing and running the carts
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  • Senior Tennis Players Visit Wimbledon

    Published 08/05/18
    Following our success in the U15 mixed tennis County Schools and Clubs County Tournament, we were kindly invited by the Wimbledon Junior Tennis Initiative (WJTI) for an exclusive tour of Wimbledon All England Tennis Club. The tour also included
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  • Y13 Biology Trip to London Zoo

    Published 19/03/18
    The Year 13 biologists enjoyed a trip to ZSL London Zoo to attend lectures on animal learning and behaviour. During the course of the day, students were taught about how animals learn to respond to key signals from humans in order to maintain health,
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  • Y11 and Y12 Degree Apprenticeship Careers Talk

    Published 08/03/18
    International Women’s Day (8 March) is a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the achievements and successes of women in all walks of life and careers. The theme of International Women’s Day this year is ‘Press for Progress’ and
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  • Sixth Form New York and Washington Trip

    Published 14/02/18
    In February, 21 Sixth Form students from Years 12 and 13 travelled to New York and Washington for a cross-curricular trip.  In New York visits were undertaken to the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Ground Zero, the Empire State Building, the Ro
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  • Study Day at the British Film Institute

    Published 05/02/18
    A Level Media students attended the British Film Institute for a study day on Thursday 1 February to further their understanding about UK cinema, its production practices and its audiences. The day was led by the experienced media author and examiner
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  • Religion and Philosophy Trip to Krakow, Poland

    Published 05/01/18
    During the first weekend of the Christmas holiday, 25 pupils from Years 10-13 travelled to Krakow in Poland for a Religion and Philosophy trip. On Saturday morning pupils visited Auschwitz-Birkenau where they were given a detailed tour of both the mu
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  • Young Enterprise News

    Published 08/12/17
    Our 3 Young Enterprise teams braved the cold and set up their stalls at the Walton Festival of Light and the Woking Christmas Fair. These events provided the teams with a great opportunity to raise money for their projects and to get feedback from th
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  • Salvation Army Christmas Hampers

    Published 06/12/17
    Pupils and parents again pulled out all the stops to create wonderful gift boxes for the Salvation Army! Lucas O and Lily H helped load the van with overflowing hampers of the festive treats. Major Ian Loxley expressed his gratitude to the School
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  • Princess Charlotte: 200 Years On

    Published 06/11/17
    On 6 November 1817 Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales, granddaughter of George III, and the only child of the Prince Regent, died in tragic circumstances in the Mansion at Claremont. Had she survived, Charlotte would have become Queen of the United
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  • Life Drawing Class

    Published 16/10/17
    Life Drawing class for Sixth Form art students and invited Year 11 artists began in September. The class was thoroughly enjoyed by all and the results were impressive especially considering this was the first time drawing from the human form for
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  • U18 Lacrosse Team Win Bowl at Surrey County Cup

    Published 04/10/17
    The U18s have had an excellent start to the season, performing well at their first Lacrosse Surrey County Cup in Caterham on 30 September. They faced tough opposition in their initial pool matches against Putney, Guildford High School (GHS), St Ca
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