Jack Petchey Award- May winner
Competitions

Jack Petchey Award- May winner

Congratulations to Katrina in year 12 for volunteering to become one of the mental health ambassadors and doing such a great job within this role. She picked the bid made by Miss Parris- £250 will be awarded to take year 12 and 13 Psychology students who assisted in the Bethlam Royal hospital to a mental health … Continue reading

101 Things Competition Winners
Competitions

101 Things Competition Winners

Congratulations to the following year 9 students who were our winners in this year’s 101 Things Competition. 1st place: Amie 2nd place: Natalya 3rd place: Megan Congratulations also to Yasmin, Anna, and Patrick for winning Headteacher’s Awards for their efforts. In the form competition, 9T were the winners, receiving 100 house points, with 9E 2nd … Continue reading

World Affairs Day
Humanities

World Affairs Day

On the thirteenth of March year twelve were given a day to learn more about the Holocaust- we had three different sessions each exploring a different aspect of the Holocaust before John Dobai, a Holocaust survivor, gave a talk about his experiences. It was a very valuable day and enabled us to look in more … Continue reading

Jack Petchey Speak Out Challenge
Competitions / English

Jack Petchey Speak Out Challenge

This year, many year 10 pupils decided to enter the prestigious “Speak Out” challenge, generously funded by Jack Petchey. This challenge aims to boost confidence whilst involving a competitive element. Participants eventually selected are given the opportunity to represent the school during an assembly. Following this, those successful have the ability to progress to a … Continue reading

Crown, Parliament, and Revolution History Conference
Humanities / School Trips

Crown, Parliament, and Revolution History Conference

On Wednesday 15th March, fifteen year 13 History students travelled to Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, London, in order to attend a lecture day appraising Stuart Britain from 1603-1702. The students who attended are currently studying the English Revolution 1625-1660 as part of their A-level course, so the lecture day provided a great opportunity to consolidate … Continue reading