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14 Jul 2020

Art Department in the Lockdown

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We have been delighted with many pieces of artwork created during lockdown by all year groups. For our collaborative A Level pupils have been responding to their personalised learning plans developing and creating artwork that demonstrates evidence for their assessment objectives. In GCSE pupils have created outstanding final pieces at home in place of their […]

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14 Jul 2020

Lessons from Auschwitz Project – Trip to Poland

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On March 11th we visited Auschwitz as part of the Lessons from Auschwitz Project. The aim of the project is to keep the memory of the Holocaust alive, not only by visiting Auschwitz, but also by educating other people about the things we learned whilst we were on the trip. What did we do? On […]

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14 Jul 2020

I’m a Scientist Virtual Chat

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The ‘I’m a Scientist’ platform connects students to professional scientists and engineers to ask questions in a virtual chat. This year we were joined by nine scientists from a range of disciplines and backgrounds, and the students challenged them to share information about what they do for their jobs, how the technologies they use work, […]

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14 Jul 2020

Extra Curricular Classroom

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At the start of lockdown, the decision was made to create a Google classroom that all could enrol onto with a view that it could become a repository for ideas that members of staff or pupils had received for other pupils to browse through if they were bored or wanted inspiration for something different and […]

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14 Jul 2020

EES 2019-20

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Throughout the academic year, a group of year 12 students have taken part in the Engineering Education Scheme in addition to our usual academic studies and extensive extracurricular commitments. This has involved us working as and with a team of professional engineers to solve a problem presented by IMI Truflo Marine, whose local offices primarily […]

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2 Apr 2020

Spring Term II Newsletter 2020

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Charity Update April 2020 Christmas Jumper Day: At the end of the Autumn term we held our Christmas Jumper day and also packed the bags of our Homeless Care Package scheme set up by pupils now in year 13 when they were in year 9 as part of the Next Generation Awards competition. Click Here […]

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2 Apr 2020

Year 7 History Trip to Warwick Castle

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On Tuesday 3rd March Y7 visited Warwick Castle as part of their study of medieval England. Luckily the sun was shining and we were able to climb the tower, visit the various indoor attractions and, the highlight, get lost in the Horrible Histories maze! Here Ruby reflects on our day: “The Warwick castle trip was […]

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2 Apr 2020

Concord College Medical Future Conference

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Did you know that every doctor has to adhere to a ‘good medical practice’ document- a set of guidelines teaching doctors on how to act or behave? Or were you shocked when you learnt you could go to one of the most respected universities in Croatia, specialising in telecommunication robotic surgery, for as little as […]

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2 Apr 2020

Charity Update April 2020

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Christmas Jumper Day: At the end of the Autumn term we held our Christmas Jumper day and also packed the bags of our Homeless Care Package scheme set up by pupils now in year 13 when they were in year 9 as part of the Next Generation Awards competition. The non-uniform day raised £714 and […]

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12 Feb 2020

Youth Speaks

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After their success during the first round of the competition before Christmas, the Intermediate Youth Speaks team did it again last weekend and qualified for the regional final of the Rotary Club Youth Speaks ‘The Debate’ competition. Their debate, based on the necessities of peer pressure was delivered with passion and conviction and was enough […]

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