Year 3 and 4 enjoyed some American fun this week – linked to their topic – Road Trip USA.In Art they made American flags, in PE they played American Football. They also learnt how to line dance, finished off with a delicious hotdog !
In preparation for their visit to watch The 47th at the Old Vic at the end of May, a group of Year 9 students were treated to a short masterclass into the world of a set designer. Students were challenged to think about the context of the 2020 Presidential elections and the political climate that […]
A huge congratulations goes to the Gilbert Scott girls football team for winning the league this year.They continued the success of our previous girls team, making this the third season in a row that the GSP girls have been league champions.
Last week, Year 6 were lucky enough to visit The Hawth Theatre to experience a private performance of Skellig, the novel by David Almond they have been studying this term. It was a great end to the topic and the children thoroughly enjoyed the experience. One pupil even said it was the best two hours […]
Building on the success of previous years, British Science Week 2022 was possibly our best yet! Students from across the Collegiate had the opportunity to get involved in a variety of activities, from the hugely popular Science Fair, to a STEAM Club Chemistry extravaganza and the British Biology Olympiad. In lessons, students had the opportunity […]
NCS have been in to talk with our Year 11 and 12 students over the past couple of weeks The NCS programme is a summer experience for your young people aged 15-17. The programme involves a five-day residential trip to an outdoor activity centre in Sussex. Students who sign up will be taking part in lots of fun outdoor […]
A great day at Battle Abbey with the 4 class, despite the rain. Made possible by the Quest Academy helping us with minibuses and a driver. Such good experiences for our children which English Heritage made it all so real.
This term, year 8 took part in The First Give programme as part of their “My Quest Journey”. This social action campaign enables students to identify local social issues and engage with charities that address them. The students then compete to win £1,000 for their chosen charity. Across the cohort, students worked incredibly well together […]
During the Spring term our netball teams participated in a range of fixtures. The term kicked off with the Year 7’s first match against Coloma. Despite the defeat, the girls showed great resilience and drew in their next match against Woodcote; this was a terrific and fair game between the teams. The Year 7 team […]
On Wednesday 30th March, we welcomed our parents for the first time in two years face-to-face to our Parents’ Forum. Our Parents’ Forum is resetting after the pandemic and is re-emerging bigger and better! The role of the Parents’ Forum is to be a form of communication between parents and the school and provide an […]
The Spring Term has seen us continue our preparation to complete our D of E awards by the end of the year. We have spent sessions looking at maps in greater detail and learning about how contours, map scales and different types of terrain might affect our journeying time when we come to do the […]