‘Memory of Water’ actors gave a triumphant performance of Shelagh Stephenson’s wonderfully funny play on Wednesday and Thursday this week as well as a matinee performance for their peers in sixth form. The Drama Department would like to congratulate the actors... Continue Reading
The A level physics students in year 13 had the invaluable opportunity to visit Geneva, Switzerland ,for a chance to learn some particle physics at the world’s largest particle collider, CERN, walk through the thought-provoking United Nations and Red Cross and crescent museum and... Continue Reading
We will be departing on Friday 15th July at 00:30 and returning on Sunday 17th July 2016 at approx. 22:00. You will be informed by text or via your child if the return time changes. We require that your child’s passport and EHIC card are handed in on the 8th July. Teachers... Continue Reading
September 26th is the European Day of Languages. The school community will be celebrating the cultural joys of being multilingual on the week starting Monday 28th September 2015. Learn a Language Continue Reading
Congratulations to our year 8 boys’ tennis team, who convincingly won their division 2 league against tough opposition, including Dauntsey’s, Warminster School and Trafalgar School. We’re already looking forward to next summer. Miss Portingale Continue Reading
The Carnegie Medal was won this year by the superb, captivating ‘Buffalo Soldier’ by Tanya Landman which is available from the library to year 9+ students. The book was inspired by the true story of a former woman slave Cathay Williams who at the end of the American Civil War... Continue Reading
The Book Fair sold over £400 of books, posters and stationary with most of this being spent on books. Thank you to all who supported a successful event. Thank you as to all the student helpers: To all the year 12 Business Students, and year 12 helpers Natalia Zakrewska, and... Continue Reading
Well done to: Esther Frawley 8F; Beth Lucas 8F; Alexander Day 8M; Arek Rudnik 8F and Leo Mulholland- Thibault 8F for winning the Book Fair Book Review Competition . Their brief was to create an eye- catching book review. The prize was to select a book from the Book Fair . Continue Reading
On Thursday 11th June 15 Y9 students acted as officials at the Trowbridge Area Primary Schools Kwik Cricket Festival at Trowbridge Cricket Club. The boys were applying skills that they had learned as part of an English Cricket Board Cricket Activator Course. They did a... Continue Reading
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