Congratulates to the students who, despite the limitations of lockdown, still managed to work towards the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, including undertaking 676 hours of volunteering in the community. Well done – a great example to others.
We are incredibly proud of a talented Year 8 Orion student, Wilfred Sigee, for his artwork being selected by world leading artists and curators. It was a response to Miss Parr’s Lockdown Typology Project. Wilfred’s piece is to be to be curated into the Royal Academy Young Artists’ Summer Show that will be held at […]
Our minibus got it’s first official drive on Thursday as it took children from Morpurgo class to K2 for their swimming session. It was so lovely to see it in use following it’s hibernation due to COVID restrictions!
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On Monday 10th May our Year 9 Schools Club group took part in their first practical workshop of the year. After taking part in some outstanding online workshops exploring theatre design and performance it was time to put all of this into practice. The focus of this workshop was on puppetry and all students created their […]
Congratulations to the Year 9 students who entered the Design Ventura Competition 2020, a design and enterprise project that challenges young people to design a new product for the Design Museum Shop. The Quest students’ submissions ranged from design research, a logo idea and a design idea including a model. Participants demonstrated the following skills […]
During lockdown, Year 12 & 13 Art students were challenged to participate in a creative writing competition run by Tate Collective for the upcoming exhibition of Lynette Yiadom-Boakye. The task was to write up to 500 words about a piece of Yiadom-Boakye’s art work. We are delighted to congratulate Aimee Shardlow, 13AGW, for coming in […]
Today, Year 2 visited the ‘beach’ and completed a range of beach themed activities. The children enjoyed finding treasure in the sand pit, creating and watching puppet shows, exploring the rock pool and buying an ice lolly. Alongside this, they wrote fantastic postcards about their day and produced a seascape using mixed media art. A HUGE […]