We will be without water again due to works by Thames Water on the afternoon of Monday 4th July so students will be leaving at 12.15pm after an early lunch.

Thank you to the key workers!

We wanted to show our support for all key workers and NHS staff by making a poster to go at the bottom of the school drive. A poster competition was launched for students both at home and at school to get involved with and show their support. We wanted the poster to show case every entry and some additional pieces of work done in school by  staff so they have all been included in the finished piece which is now proudly displayed for all to see.

We had some fantastic entries from a number of students, which we have really loved seeing. An ICU Nurse from the Royal Surrey hospital, who has been working with Covid-19 patients, was kind enough to take time out to judge our competition for which we thank her.

Below was the poster which won 1st place. We are so proud of all the entries.

The School has gone above and beyond in helping my son

Parent of Year 11 student

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