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  • 06/07/20

    PruGoals Bike Ride London August 2019

      25 Sixth Form students and 3 teachers took part in the London to Surrey 46 mile ride as part of the Prudential PruGoals programme. All students completed the bikeability training and the ride, including some who could barely ride a bike before joining the programme. Students were give...
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  • 06/07/20

    Envision London Community Apprentice Programme 2020

      This year two teams of Year 12 students took part in the Envision Community Apprentice Programme. Congratulations to Deep Wounds who came second in the competition. The team of 10 students created a social media campaign on the subject of racial profiling. In this photo the team are pictur...
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  • 06/07/20

    Inspirational Artwork by Bukky

    This drawing is one example of the outstanding pieces of art produced by Bukky in Year 12. She explains that her work aims "to glorify the black figure in a non-political way. An emphasis on their beauty rather than the politics that comes with race. Fundamentally a juxtaposition to how black a...
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  • 06/07/20

    Year 12 Students Return to School After Lockdown June 2020

    We were delighted to welcome our Year 12 students back to school for the first time since schools closed in March. Students attended socially distanced revision sessions with their teachers in preparation for their end of year examinations.  
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  • 30/01/17

    Taster Day

    We hosted a Taster Day for all Year 11s who will be joining us next year.
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  • 30/01/17

    Year 11 University of Cambridge Trip

    Top students in Year 11 who were offered a place at our Sixth Form visited Clare College at the University of Cambridge. 
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  • 30/01/17

    Visit to Essex University

    All students in Year 12 visited Essex University, to learn more about university options.
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