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  • School Photographs


    School Photographs have been issued to students today in registration for them to bring home. The proof card includes a user name and password which allows you access to Imago website to place orders. If your order is placed by Wednesday 25 November you will receive free postage and packaging.

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    Please sign up today at www.easyfundraising.org.uk and help us to raise lots of money for the benefit of our children and the school!

  • Sports Day 2015


    On 26th June we held our annual Sports Day.

  • Year 7 trip to Globe Theatre


    On Monday 29th June Year 7 students visited the Globe Theatre.

  • Textiles New Designers Show


    On 25th June Textiles students visted the New Designers Show at the Business Design Centre.

  • Hot Weather


    You will be aware that the weather is due to get hotter over the rest of this week, therefore I have decided that for the rest of this week we will allow students to wear their PE shorts should they wish to do so.  They should continue to wear their blue polo shirts or their PE shirt if they do not have a blue polo shirt along with trainers and/or sandals.

  • GCSE Art Exhibition


    On 18th June we held our Year 11 GCSE Art Exhbition.

  • Year 9 Talented & Gifted History Heroes


    Talented and Gifted Year 9 History students were given an exciting opportunity to work with Farnborough Sixth Form students to create a presentation on a Historical Hero. 

  • Year 7 History trip to Tower of London


    On Monday 15 June 60 Year 7 students visited the Tower of London.

  • Year 8 English trip to London Dungeon


    On 3rd June Year 8 visited The London Dungeon.

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