• Chess in the Library

    Look what's happening in the library!

    Spontaneous Mega Pop Up Chess involving students from all year groups!

    If any of you would like to witness Mr Dylan being thrashed yet again by the likes of Corey Elliot, or would like to get involved by ‘vs’ some of our students, head to the library at lunchtimes or after school!

    Alternatively, if you would like to learn how to play this ancient art form, our students are excellent coaches!

  • 6th Form Drama Tip 8th January 2015

    Hailed as ‘Groundbreaking with strokes of genius - inside the weird and wonderful new production from theatre group 1927 - The Telegraph and picked out as Time Out's number one best theatre show this Christmas. The Sixth Form were treated to yet another professional production at The Young Vic. Directed and written by Suzanne Andrade with Film, Animation and Design by Paul Barritt, the play explores one of the great questions of the modern world - do we control technology, or does it control us? The Sixth Form certainly thought that this production of ‘Golem’ was funny, unsettling and unforgettable - definitely leaving them with plenty to think about.

  • Raising Funds to support the fight against Ebola

    Thank you to everyone for supporting the Disaster Emergency Committee Fundraising events at the end of last term. We are very proud of everyone’s help and support and are pleased to announce that we raised a total of £974.50.

    If you would like to continue to donate or would like to find out more about where the money you raised will go to then please log on to: http://www.dec.org.uk.

  • 'Young People's Question Time' at the Houses of Parliament

    Thank you to Ms Fooks and Ms Flemming who took sixth formers and year 11 to 'Young People's Question Time' at the Houses of Parliament on Monday evening as part of Parliament Week.

    Chyna Crawford kicked off the whole event by asking the very first question, followed closely by Abigail Bailey who had questions about the health service. We were very impressed by their confidence and maturity.

    Speakers included: Dr Kwasi Kwarteng MP (Conservative), Diane Abbott MP (Labour), Steven Woolfe MEP (UKIP) and Baroness Jenny Jones (Green Party) and Krishnan Guru-Murthy from the Channel 4 news who was the Chair for the evening.

    A really informative and interesting evening all round.


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