Friday 28th September 2018
In Art, Year 8 pupils have been taking part in a project looking at protest art and celebrating 100 years since women won the vote. As part of this, they’ve been studying the slogans and style of British contemporary artist Bob and Roberta Smith. Pupils are now creating their own slogans and transferring them to their own ceramic plates.
Wednesday 26th September 2018
Staff and pupils marked European Day of Languages with a Europe-themed lunchtime menu and taster lessons in German and Portuguese. The lunch menu featured Italian, Greek, Spanish and Portuguese dishes, whilst the after-lunch bite-sized language sessions were in Portuguese and German. Marketing officer Miss Dias, of Portuguese heritage, entertained junior school pupils teaching them some key phrases in Portuguese, whilst the Headmaster's wife, of German heritage helped the MFL team to do the same in German.
Tuesday 25th September 2018
Last weekend, Nina in Year 13 swam two miles in the Serpentine in Hyde Park for charity and raised over £175. The weather was terrible and she had issues with her wetsuit, but she soldiered on and made it to the finishing line. Fantastic achievement! Well done!
Friday 21st September 2018
This week, three of our Year 13 applicants went to Oxford University to find out more about reading Law, Chemistry and Anthropology. One of our eagle eyed Oxford applicants noticed the plaque above at a recent open day, surprised by the connection to our own Sixth Form centre, which is called the Bernard Sunley Sixth Form Centre!
Wednesday 19th September 2018
The 1st XV rugby team kicked off their season with a game against Ewell Castle School. The game is still in play but our team had a fantastic start.