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Race to Mars competition - posted 5th May

Last Thursday a group of six year 9 students took part in the Race to Mars competition in Brunel University. There were a variety of puzzles, practicals and quick fire questions that they had to complete in teams with six other schools to gain the most points by the end of the day. Pearl P and Katie B were involved in the winning group where they won chocolates and medals.

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RAF Northolt 'Inspiring women' event - posted 5th May

On Thursday 5th May Mrs Jeff and I had the pleasure of attending the RAF Northolt  ‘Inspiring women’ event along with fifteen Year 9 girls. It was an exceptionally positive day put on by the RAF to inspire girls to look at careers that have been historically dominated by men. 

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Student Leadership Team

The Student Leadership Team 2022/23 - posted 29th Mar

As is the tradition, the end of the Spring term brings the appointment of a new Student Leadership Team from our year 12 cohort, as our year 13s prepare for their A Level and BTEC exams. Applicants have been through a rigorous application and interview process, being interviewed by the current Year 13 leaders all the way up to Mr Davies himself. After much deliberation, the new team will be headed up by Hannah H, the new Head Student, who will be assisted by Yasmin D and Ramez W, the new joint Deputy Head Students. The school sends its thanks to the previous team for all their hard work this year and wishes them all the best for the future.

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Animal Adaptations trip - posted 15th Mar

A group of year 12 students who are interested in studying Biomedical or Veterinary Sciences at university were able to attend an event at Brunel University this week. The theme of the workshops was ‘animal adaptations’ and the students were able to create their own strand of DNA and make them into a keyring. In addition to this, the students learnt about the heart and were able to take their blood pressure with their arm at different positions to see how it affected the reading. As part of the day students also met current students from both Brunel University and the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) and found out how to apply for university, how to become a researcher and the types of courses that are offered at the RVC. It was a fascinating day for all those involved. 

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