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  • British Science Week 2019

    British Science Week 2019

    This year’s Science week was our biggest and best ever! Here some of 7GB tell us about it… I really enjoyed Science Week! I went every lunchtime and every day we did something different e.g on Monday we mummified an orange and on Wednesday we made tunnels. All of the activities were really fun and I wish we had Science Week more often! Maisie R I attended Science Week activities and it was amazing as I got to see things I’d never seen before! My favourite day was looking at the microscopic creatures and learning about tardigrades. Yasmin W I went to meet...

  • Spring Term Computer Science roundup

    Spring Term Computer Science roundup

    Spring Term is always a busy one and it has been no exception for the Computer Studies department with exciting activities both in and out of the classroom.   Close Brothers The term kicked off with year 11 and year 12 students hearing from Mrs Beney. She shared her journey from the LIFFE trading floor to her current position as Test Practice Manager at Close Brothers as well as seeing if the group could think like testers and write suitable tests for a date field. Here is some of the feedback from the students: I thought people just go into a set job, I’...

  • University for the Creative Arts: Official Partner

    We are pleased to announce that we are now a Creative Business Partner of the University for the Creative Arts (UCA), recently named Modern University of the Year 2019 by The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide. As the No. 1 Specialist Creative University for Employment of Graduates, it is UCA’s aim to inspire students to enter into a career in creative arts, business and technology, and secure a bright future for our creative industries. Together we will work to bring a greater understanding of the creative sector to the college’s community. Thi...

  • Ski Trip 2020

    Following on from your previous successful ski trips we are excited to be able to offer students the options detailed below. Easter ski 2020 – Canada, Mont-Sainte-Anne   5th – 13th April 2020 Open to students currently in Years 7, 8, 9, 11 (would travel in 2020 once in Year, 8, 9, 10, 12)    February ski 2021 – European resort, TBC   12th – 19th February 2021 Open to students currently in Years 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 (would travel in 2021 once in Year 9, 10, 11, 12, 13)   For mo...

  • Visual Arts - Only Human

    On Tuesday 19th March 2019 Mr Fox Joyce took a group of sixth form Visual Arts students to the National Portait Gallery in central London to see the Martin Parr photography exhibition, Only Human. This was followed by a gallery workshop based on Photographic Portraiture. Click on the image below to find out more.

  • Eurospace Center 2019

    In February the science department took a group of students to the Eurospace center in Belgium. Aleesha shares her experience on this exciting trip.  After 12 hours of travelling, even though we had a restful and enjoyable stop at a chocolate factory along the way, I think it was fair to say that we were all tired and even exhausted! As soon  as we arrived we went to our room and having fought over our beds we started to settle in. After a lovely dinner we had a briefing about the upcoming days and were separated into our teams and given out Euro Space t-shirts...

  • Easter Cabaret Concert

    Easter Cabaret Concert

    Easter Cabaret Concert, Tuesday 2nd April, Main Hall, 7pm The Music Department are delighted to invite you to this year’s Easter Cabaret Concert. Many students will be performing in the school’s smaller ensembles alongside a number of soloists as well as one of the debut performances of the Langley M.A.T Orchestra.  Performances will include music from a wide range of repertoire ranging from classics to music from the stage and screen.   The evening, entitled Cabaret, is designed to allow students to perform in a more informal atmosphere. The audience will be s...