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Medical matters
Our medics have been very busy throughout the Advent Term, taking part in a series of events that will further develop and enrich their understanding of medical related issues and debates. The term began with...
Scuba diving trip to Croatia
During the October Half Term, 22 students from across all the year groups headed out to the Istrian peninsula on a week of discovery both above and below water. Over the course of the four...
08-12-2017
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History trip to Berlin
During the Advent Half Term, the Boys’ Football Tour to Berlin was accompanied by a group of historians looking for cultural and intellectual enrichment right at the heart of Germany. While the boys were busy...
29-11-2017
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Lower Sixth Form visit to the Photographers’ Gallery
On Tuesday 26 September, the new cohort of Pre U photographers headed off to London. One of the prominent themes they have been responding to so far is ‘there’s no place like home’. With their...
Lancing College visit to CERN
In the last days of the Summer Term, 19 Lower Sixth students took the opportunity to fly out to Geneva for three days of sightseeing, cultural exchange and cutting edge particle physics. Accompanied by Dr...
01-09-2017
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Lower Sixth Visit Shakespeare's Birthplace
After the mock exams, a small group of Lower Sixth English students were treated to a weekend of culture, theatre and Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon. We had heard from the Upper Sixth that the weekend was...
Visit to the Goodwood Festival of Speed
On 29 June a group of Design & Technology students and prospective engineers from the Sixth Form visited the famous festival. There was a wide variety of cutting edge technology being presented: the Bloodhound land...
Fourth Form Exchange Trip to Germany
After a very successful week of hosting German exchange partners at the end of April, 17 Fourth Form students accompanied by Mr Drozdov and Ms Brookes embarked on a return trip to Detmold on 23...
Sixth Form Geography Trip to Iceland
As with all great adventures, this year’s Sixth Form Geography adventure in Iceland began with a bet on who could spot any trees native to the land. As it turns out, there are none. Trees...