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Most Improved Rider Award - Advent Term 2018
This term’s Most Improved Rider Award goes to Sixth Former Courtney Ziarno. Commenting on the selection, instructor Natalie Crouch said: ‘Courtney is one of the most committed riders that we have seen this term at...
Sporting Highlights - 18 January 2019
Climbing Climbing is more popular than ever this term, with larger numbers of climbers and outstanding results in recent competitions. Harry F, the captain of the recently established Climbing Team , now ranks fourth in...
18-01-2019
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Christmas Message from the Head Master
A Christmas Message for the Advent Term 2018, from the Head Master, Dominic Oliver.
20-12-2018
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1988 Leavers' 30 Year Reunion - 16 November 2018
Thirty years on, with the Grubber, the Sixth Form Centre and covert trips to the ‘Amphi’ and The Amsterdam but a distant memory, an over-excited and slightly nervous gaggle of 1988 leavers descended on a...
19-12-2018
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Evelyn Waugh Lecture - 27 November 2018
Sir Tim Rice, (Second’s 1958-1962) has grown accustomed to sell-outs and just as well as Great School was packed to hear him speak at this year’s Evelyn Waugh Lecture. Tim reflected on a previous performance...
18-12-2018
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Studying Overseas after Lancing
A dedicated team and a programme of events are available at Lancing College to support pupils who wish to consider continuing their undergraduate studies outside the UK. The programme has been very popular, with two...
Preparing for a Bright Future
In November the College held its largest careers event to date, with a line-up of over 16 speakers representing a wide range of different career options. The workshops covered the varied types of role within...
English at Lancing
The Lancing College English Department has two aims: to foster a love of reading and writing, and to ensure pupils write, read, speak and listen with a high degree of sophistication. Learning within the Department...
Anti-Bullying Week 2018
This year’s Anti-Bullying Week was celebrated in November. The 18 newly-trained Peer Supporters from the Lower Sixth joined with those in the Upper Sixth to steer and manage a school-wide focus on this week centring...
13-12-2018
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