Koolskools addressed Year 10 pupils about how Fairtrade is making a positive impact on the lives of people in developing countries all over the world
For our second year, the Geography department have put on Water Day, with some wet and wild activities to raise money for the charity ‘Just a Drop’.
Our annual Eden Project trip sent 40 of our Year 8 students down to the Cornwall for the weekend. During the weekend, we visited the Eden Project, carried out fieldwork in St Austell and let of some steam at the Adrenaline Quarry. A great time was had by all, with perfect weather and fantastic company.
For a celebration of the Feast of Mary Help of Christians, a group of pupils and staff moved the usual weekly lunchtime recitation of the Rosary from the Chapel to the statue of Our Lady
27 IT and Computing students visited the home of the codebreakers at Bletchley Park to learn all about codes, ciphers and the famous Enigma machine.
Singers and musicians took part in a special mass in Weybridge.
Our jazz band and other music students to enjoyed some live music at the world famous Ronnie Scott’s jazz bar.
The students and staff were all worn out by a very busy schedule - one that packed-in most of what Barcelona has to offer in a fairly short space of time.
Our R.A.G. Day fundraising this year was very successful with nearly £5000 raised for our 3 charities thanks to the committed and entertaining efforts of staff and students alike.
A round-up of news, views and information from Mr Kibble, the Headteacher