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  • 22/03/23

    Welcome to our new Year 7s starting in September!

    We have a limited number of places available, please email or complete our online form to book a personal tour of the school. 
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  • 22/05/23

    Jack Petchey

    A group of our Year 10 pupils had the opportunity to take part in the Jack Petchey Speak Out Challenge. This is the UK’s largest youth speaking competition, delivered by Speakers Trust with support and funding from the Jack Petchey Foundation. 
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  • 19/05/23

    Cooking Club

    A recent Cooking Club success, with Amelia teaching pupils how to cook her Grandmother's recipe for Polish potato pancakes (placki ziemniaczane). Toppings included sour cream, sugar, and apple sauce. Delicious!
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  • 15/05/23

    Getting Exam Ready!

      Earlier this month, Year 11 had their final celebration and good luck mass led by Father Kevin, a positive and uplifting service which buoyed pupils up for their upcoming exams. Pupils then enjoyed a pizza lunch and Coronation-themed afternoon tea. Good luck Year 11! Wishing pupils...
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  • 12/05/23

    Semi-Finals Here We Come!

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  • 09/05/23

    Parliamentary Pingpong

    Y12 Politics have been learning about the functions of Parliament; how power is shared between the chambers, their roles and how they are impacted by scrutiny and accountability. To practice their knowledge they competed in a game of Parliamentary ping-pong!
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  • 05/05/23

    Student Successes

    Taking inspiration from British poet and writer Roger Robinson, our incredibly talented Year 7 pupil Kavay created his very own poem, which we are exceptionally proud of. Perhaps a budding poet in our midst... Take a look below, and let us know what you think!
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  • 02/05/23

    Culture Club

    This week in Culture Club, Year 8 pupil Alex taught us all about Slovakia, including popular tourist attractions, wildlife, the delicious food and some fun facts - who knew Slovakia had the most castles in the world?
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  • 27/04/23

    Young Peoples' Assembly on Climate Change and Biodiversity

    Barnet has launched its first Young Peoples' Assembly on climate change and biodiversity, where they will explore important topics and create solutions for a more sustainable Barnet.
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  • 25/04/23

    Chess Club

    Chess Club ended last term with a bang. The last session of term was fully packed, including a clash of the titans between Deborah and Esther, and many excellent performances from a weekend tournament before the Easter break. Looking forward to getting going again this term!
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  • 21/04/23

    Extension Maths

    Year 7 pupils have been enjoying extension maths sessions. They recently investigated the properties of complex 3D shapes! It has been great to see pupils so engaged in their lessons and enjoying their new Year 7 curriculum, and we hope they continue to enjoy these extension sessions in the future...
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  • 19/04/23

    History Holocaust Project

    Exceptional work by Year 9 pupils who have recently completed their end of unit project on the Holocaust, working to create a range of memorials, reflections and exhibitions. Well done all for your fantastic hard work. 
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