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Oliver and Charlie to be exhibited in the...

Engaging with art is essential to the human experience, and almost as soon as possible, children communicate through artistic expression. Among adults the arts contribute to the health of our civil society. Yet, while we recognise art’s transformative impact, it’s place in education has become...

Pupils enjoy a bush tucker treat!

Headlines claiming that “eating insects is the future of food” have been appearing in recent months. Some 2,000 edible species are known to exist, and are eaten by an estimated quarter of the world’s population. However, insects are not traditionally part of a Western diet. Our pupils were...

Gabby stars in a short film

Gabby Owen-Langford in Year 6 has just returned from a week's filming for a new short film called Such Small Hands for Wellington Films. Gabby joined a talent and modelling agency, Time to Shine, last year and since then she has had some auditions for commercials. Her big break came in February...

Year 6 visit the Lakes!

Year 6 could not have been luckier with their incredible week of sunshine in the Lake District. They enjoyed a superbly varies week of activities at the Field Study Centre at Blencathra near Keswick. Much of their week complimented their humanities work on rivers and mountains with a river study,...

Nurse Rippon has a new surgery!

Since the beginning of 2019 we have been transforming part of School House to provide a fully functioning surgery where Nurse Kim Rippon can offer medical support and advice to pupils and staff. The surgery has a private waiting area, an examination bed, and an adjacent en suite isolation suite...

Apprenticeship is a smarter choice for Jacob

Sixth Form pupil, Jacob Tidridge, is celebrating gaining a sponsored degree apprenticeship with IBM worth over £25,000. Jacob, who is studying A level Maths, Physics and Chemistry applied for the apprenticeship in 2018. After two online interviews Jacob was invited to Winchester in March to take...