The Quest Academy

TCT Annual Report Out Now

The Collegiate Trust’s Annual Report is now available to read online or download.

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CCF News

A highly successful term for our Combined Cadet Force is set to continue next Saturday when we commence our next camp which will test the mettle of our contingent still further and assist our new recruits in developing new skills and aptitudes. One of our corporals has now been promoted to Sergeant and Platoon Commander […]

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Year 9: Semi-Final Croydon Cup

Harris Crystal Palace 1-2 Quest Academy (AET) The Quest Academy year 9 boys football team made history on Friday 29th March by beating the team top of the A League, Harris Crystal Palace 2-1 after extra-time, to reach the Croydon Cup final becoming the first Quest side to do so since the school was founded in […]

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Year 8, B league result: Quest Academy 7-1 Oasis Shirley Park

On 27th March, the Year 8 Quest Academy football team won 7-1 against Oasis Shirley Park, putting them within touching distance of promotion to the A league. A hat-trick from Josh T, 2 goals for AB and goals for Bislim H and Krisztofer K ensured the victory. Quest started the game slowly going 1-0 down […]

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Visit to Tate Modern Gallery

On Friday 22nd of April, the year 11 GCSE Art students visited the Tate Modern Gallery and had a walking photography session along the Southbank. The aim of the trip was to gain some inspiration for their externally set exam project “Reflections”. All students found the trip very useful, viewing many famous pieces of Art, and […]

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Science Museum Trip

On Wednesday 7th March we went on a fabulous trip to the Science Museum in Kensington. This was a great experience allowing us to see and learn about multiple things such as space, telephones, airplanes. We also had the opportunity to visit the Science museum shop where some students bought molecular balls and other cool items. My […]

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Biology Challenge

Twenty-five students took part in the Biology Challenge on Wednesday 13th March 2019.  The Biology Challenge is an online competition run by the Royal Society of Biology which tests students’ knowledge based on what they have been taught in lessons and their additional knowledge which may have been acquired through watching Biology programmes, the news and […]

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Quest Academy 2-0 Harris Crystal Palace A

The Year 7 boy’s football team continued their unbeaten season with a vital win against Harris Crystal Palace A in a home league match last Friday. The Quest team were eagerly anticipating a tough challenge after manager Mr Wilder had been reliably informed by fellow school coaches that Harris CP were one of the strongest […]

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Attendance Breakfast

The Year 9 inter-cohort attendance competition crowned 9.5 as the Autumn 2 Tutor Group Breakfast Winners. Every half term, tutor groups compete for this prize, where they miss a line up and enjoy a ‘bring and share’ breakfast with their peers and Tutor for having the best attendance in their cohort. Well-done to 9.5 and […]

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Mandela: The Official Exhibition

On the 7th March, Quest Academy pupils made their way across London to the Nelson Mandela Exhibition at South Bank. The immersive multi-media experience explores how and why Mandela chose to walk the path of reconciliation rather than of conflict; charting Mandela’s life from beginning to end. Students were fantastic ambassadors for the school, asking […]

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Visit to Cadbury World

On Thursday 7th March, 33 students boarded the coach at the early time of 7:30am to begin the long drive up to Birmingham. Students and staff were so excited because they were going to the number One destination for all chocolate lovers: Cadbury World! Armed and sustained by two free bars of chocolate, Quest students […]

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HMS Belfast

On a blustery but bright 7th of March 21 Year 7 students set off for an opportunity to explore a landmark of the London cityscape. The imposing Town-class World War Two cruiser, HMS Belfast has been a permanent feature on the river Thames since it was saved for preservation in perpetuity in the 1970s. This […]

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