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History Duxford Trip

Our Year 8 historians recently enjoyed an exciting trip to the Imperial War Museum in Duxford. They explored various hangars; delving into Duxford's pivotal role in World War II and the preparations for the D-Day landings. Pupils were tasked with creating a mini documentary recounting the stories of aircraft involved in the Battle of Britain. The highlight of the trip was witnessing the Spitfires taking off and flying overhead throughout the day, leaving everyone in awe.

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Lucy Gold DofE Award

We are delighted to announce year 13 pupil, Lucy, has celebrated achieving her Gold Duke of Edinburgh’s (DofE) Award at Buckingham Palace Garden, hosted by His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh as Patron of the DofE charity. 

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ROYMUN 2024

Our annual ROYMUN conference was a resounding success, with pupils from Woodbridge School, Brentwood School, Mayfield School, Ipswich School, Cheadle Hulme School, Gordon’s School, Langley School, Charterhouse School, and Kimbolton School showcasing their negotiation skills and passion for heated debates.  

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Music Awards

From flute to piano, our pupils showcased their incredible musical abilities, and we couldn't be more proud of them!  

👏 A special shoutout to Kira for achieving Grade 4 in both Flute and Singing, and to Head Chorister Lily for achieving a distinction at Grade 8 Singing! 🎉  

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Ski Trip 2024

We all had a good night’s sleep boarding in Blake with an early rise at 12o'clock in the morning, feeling well rested we headed out, ready for our 6 am take off for our flight to Munich airport. 

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Berlin History Trip

This year our history pupils visited Belin during the Easter break, which saw them explore Berlin’s historical landmarks. The group of 24 pupils as well as 3 teachers from the history department had an action packed 4 days, which saw them explore everything from Sachsenhausen concentration camp to the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, which consists of 2,711 concrete slabs. 

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