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Congratulations to Year 11 student Katie Blundell on her recent success at the annual High Sheriff Engineering Awards. Katie was nominated by our D & T Department for her outstanding GCSE project -she designed and built a balancing bike for small children with gross motor skills difficulties. Katie was competing against the brightest future engineering students in Oxfordshire and not only won the 16-18 Outstanding Award but was judged to be the Overall Winner. Katie won an iPad and a trophy for herself and £1000 for the school’s D & T department!

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TASC bursary is awarded to Sophie Tate

The Art Department and ‘The Arts Society Cotswold’ have been successfully collaborating for a number of years to offer a bursary for one Year 13 …

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KS5 Awards Evening

The annual Key Stage 5 Awards Evening provided an opportunity for students, parents and staff to celebrate the range of successes, both academic and community …

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MUGA upgraded to Astroturf

As many of you may have seen our MUGA surface has recently had a fantastic upgrade to an all-weather sand dressed Astroturf pitch.  This is a great …

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The Human Library: a careers event with a difference!

On April 25th, a selected group of Year 8 students attended a special Careers event at Blenheim Palace. The students were divided in to teams …

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Chip Lit Festival Author Talk

A selection of students from Year 8-10 enjoyed a wonderful talk by award-winning author Patrice Lawrence as part of this year’s Chip Lit Festival School’s …

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‘Science in your Future’ event

Twelve Year 11 girls had the opportunity to visit the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory as part of the ‘Science in your Future’ programme. They enjoyed an …

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