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Duke of Edinburgh

Last Saturday 2nd October, Year 11 students began their three day, two night Silver Duke of Edinburgh Assessed expedition to Brighton, South Downs.

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Sixth Form Insights – Thursday 7 October

Sixth Formers considering career options had a wealth of choice this week with two STEM speakers, a corporate lawyer, This Morning Britain presenter, Sally Biddulph and Rachell Fox, Channing’s new Director of Marketing, Communications and Development. All were very informative and interesting.

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Year 12 Politics Trip to Parliament

On Tuesday 5th October, Ms Devine and Ms Garrill accompanied our year 12 politics classes on a tour of Parliament. The guided tour took us through all the main buildings, including the House of Lords and the House of Commons, seeing where all the MPs work and properly viewing how our government functions on a day to day basis.

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Gothic Tales

On Wednesday afternoon, Year 8 gathered in the Arundel Centre to experience a theatrical journey into some very dark places. As part of this term’s study of Gothic literature, they were treated to a virtuoso one-man performance by Rupert Mason, of Redheart Theatre, who brought to life three tales of horror, mystery and suspense.

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Verulamium

Year 8 visit to Verulamium

Year 8 visited the Roman town of Verulamium (St Albans) on Wednesday and enjoyed a fun day of artefact handling, performing a Latin play in the Roman theatre, learning about mosaics and hypocausts and exploring the wonderful objects in the Verulamium Museum’s collection.

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Wonders beyond Numbers

Wonders beyond Numbers

Mrs Williams, a big fan of Johnny Ball, organised a trip this week for the Maths teachers to see his show ‘Wonders beyond Numbers’ at the Bloomsbury Theatre at UCL.

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