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Archive for the ‘Trips’ Category

Fifth-formers complete Bronze DofE expedition

Category: News, Trips

Our latest batch of Bronze award candidates have completed their Duke of Edinburgh expedition. Despite less than ideal conditions last week, the pupils thoroughly enjoyed the challenge. Tommy David (Meister Omers) reported on the rewarding experience: “The DofE expedition was amazing! I loved the freedom of being able to set up tent and cook whenever. More »

Successful Bronze DofE expedition explores the Kent countryside

Category: News, Trips

Our latest batch of Duke of Edinburgh candidates have completed their Bronze Award qualifying expedition organised by CCF Contingent Commander Major Adam Vintner. Below is a report from the expedition: Whatever weather form Major V had in his back pocket it would have been nicer if he had shared it with the Sports coaches earlier More »

Grace reflects on 168km of walking in back-to-back DofE Gold expeditions

Category: News, Trips

Our Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award candidates completed their expedition during half term, walking a total of 168km. Grace Murray (Broughton, 6a) writes about the wonderful shared experience with her classmates after a difficult few months. …   Due to Covid-19 restrictions, not only could our Gold DofE Crew not head to the Himalayas as More »

Spanish students explore Catalan life on Barcelona trip

Category: News, Trips

A group of 10 6b Spanish students spent five days exploring local culture and developing their language skills in Barcelona at the beginning of the Christmas holidays. During their busy stay, the pupils drank in a wide variety of experiences the Catalan capital has to offer. Highlights included visits to the Sagrada Familia, the Fundació More »

Venice trip explores the pinnacle of contemporary art

Category: News, The Arts, Trips

At the beginning of half term, 28 Sixth Form art students departed for five days in the wonderful city of Venice to explore the Venice Biennale, the 57th international art exhibition. Spread across two huge sites—the Giardini and Arsenale—comprising of several vast exhibitions and pavilions representing many countries, the Biennale is the pinnacle of the contemporary More »

Classicists meet Cambridge Students on ‘Oedipus at Colonus’ trip

Category: News, Trips

Our GCSE and A Level Greek students attended a Cambridge University production of Oedipus at Colonus on Wednesday, and chatted to current undergraduates about collegiate life and the UCAS application process. Following a Pater Society talk about the play from Head of Classics Janet Taylor earlier this term, pupils had the opportunity to see it More »