Thursday 11th April 2019
A SAVVY student’s impressive analysis of how digital technology has dramatically changed the commercial world has won her a £2,500 prize and a place in the grand final of a prestigious competition.
Rafaella Shiers is one of only 20 students from all over the UK to be selected from an ‘overwhelming number’ of applications in the Making Links... Read more »
Tuesday 9th April 2019
STUDENTS got a head start on planning their futures at a school careers and higher education fair which showcased the vast array of opportunities available.
More than 50 exhibitors, including law and engineering firms, public relations and design companies, accountants, banks and luxury hotels, gave Ripon Grammar School pupils a taste of some of the choices they... Read more »
Friday 5th April 2019
Students at the Duke of York’s Royal Military School in Dover displayed their marching and presentation skills at the school’s recent annual inter-house Drill Competition.
Major Tom Collins (Royal Signals), Warrant Officer II Mike Owen (Royal Engineers), both former students (Dukies), and colleague Sergeant Shaun Heggie (Royal Engineer) judged the competition.
All... Read more »
Monday 1st April 2019
Cricket at Lancaster Royal Grammar School is flourishing with thirty five boys representing not only the school but also their district and county.
LRGS is one of The Cricketer magazines ‘Top 100 Schools for Cricket’ and also won the most recent Royal Grammar School Cricket Festival.
Boys are encouraged into cricket from Year 7 and play until... Read more »
Thursday 28th March 2019
Sexey’s School has appointed Ross Dalzell to join as Assistant Head - Curriculum and Standards. Ross brings two decades of teaching experience to his new role, which he takes up after the Easter holidays, on 23rd April 2019.
Since joining King Arthur’s Community School as Assistant Headteacher - Curriculum and Assessment and Head of Mathematics in 2014,... Read more »
Friday 22nd March 2019
THEY may have travelled over 3,000 miles to get to Gordon’s in Woking but for students from Khartoum International Community School (KICS) in Sudan, it was home from home.
For buildings and boarding houses (both residential and day) at the school in West End are named after places associated with General Charles Gordon of Khartoum. So staff and students from... Read more »
Gordon’s endured the heartbreak of a semi-final loss for the second time in consecutive seasons in the ESFA U18 Trophy at Gordon’s last week
Wednesday 20th March 2019
In a thrilling encounter against Hampton School that swung gut-wrenchingly back and forth, the hosts at the school in West End, Woking went down 5-4 after extra time.
In an open, feisty, match played out in blustery conditions, Gordon’s showed all their collective spirit to overcome a 4-2 deficit and force an extra 30 minutes.
But their dreams were... Read more »
Tuesday 12th March 2019
On a wet Sunday afternoon, Keswick school boarders thoroughly enjoyed immersing themselves into learning the Latin American style of Salsa dancing to Cuban music. A lively time was had by the younger boarders who in a very short space of time were well versed in dance moves including; mambo, cross body turns, cucaracha and many more….. some of the boarders have... Read more »