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Art and Photography cultural trip to Florence

In December the Art and Photography students from year 12 and 13 visited the magnificent city of Florence for 5 days. The trip was packed full of culturally enriching experiences such as climbing the leaning tower of Pisa, attending a special Science and Art workshop at the Galileo museum, participating in the Michelangelo and Faith Tour which included visiting the Accademia, Laurentian Library,Cupola, Operas del

Book week in Primary and fundraising event to send books to Malawi

Friday was the culmination of our book week. There were a lot of book related activities organised, in particular paired reading between different age-groups. There were also some fantastic book character costumes, showing enormous creativity! This was a fund-raising event to pay for 500kg of books that we no longer use in our school to be sent to Malawi, where they will be distributed amongst

Year 2 and Meerkat Mail

On Tuesday 7th November, Year 2 shared their fantastic finish projects with an impressive display in the gym. The children worked at home to create a habitat for either The Storm Whale or Sunny from the book Meerkat Mail. They were given the choice of how they wanted to represent the habitat. Many of the children chose to do this by creating a diorama or

Simon Manley, UK ambassador in Spain with two Hastings School pupils

Year 12 pupils go to the British university fair and greet Simon Manley, the UK ambassador in Spain

Last week, nearly 50 students in year 12 attended the main annual British Universities Fair organized by the British Council in Madrid. Our students spent two hours speaking to admissions tutors of more than 40 British universities and institutes of higher education to find out about their course options, requirements to be accepted onto a place, what universities are looking for, to talk about university

Year 9 trip to Sierra de Gredos 2017

It’s 9.45 am on Tuesday, 26th September. The sun is shining through our windows and onto the beautiful countryside all around us. We have gently warmed up from the 5 degrees Celsius that not long ago brought a flicker to our eyelids, waking us with brief hesitation to the semi darkness of a new day, in a strange room, on a strange bed and the

Shadowing programme 2017 for Year 11 students

We would like to thank all the parents and companies involved in this Programme for their invaluable help and dedication, and we hope we can depend on your collaboration next year. Steve Needham Head of Secondary

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