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KS1 Hever Castle Trip

KS1 children had the pleasure of visiting Hever Castle as part of their Spring Term topic.The children had a great time in the glorious weather exploring the castle and the gardens. “The trip to Hever castle was really good because we saw a knight’s armour that would worth a million pound. We also saw someone […]

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CCF Cadets Camp

The Quest Cadets capture ground to gain a precious victory at Junior Brecon For four days, our cadets undertook taxing and challenging training in the field and threw their bodies to the ground learning the skills of ambush and capturing the enemy. Their first attempt to capture the enemy after the hard work of learning […]

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Year 7 Football – Croydon Cup Semi-Final

Result: Whitgift 1-2 Quest Academy (AET) The Year 7 Quest Academy football team made history before the Easter holidays by reaching the prestigious Croydon Cup final for the first time in the school’s history winning 2-1 after extra time against Whitgift. Quest travelled across the borough in a much anticipated clash against one of the […]

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Enrichment Summer 2019

This week students in Years 7-10 got to enjoy an exciting new range of activities as part of our summer term Enrichment programme. Our focus during Enrichment is provide opportunities to help students discover and develop interests, aptitudes and talents outside of their core curriculum. From choir to cross stitch, rounders to trampolining, print making […]

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Appointment at Governance Level

The Collegiate Trust has grown from two to six academies across Croydon and Crawley in the last year, and is now delivering high quality learning to over 4000 pupils and students, employing almost 600 staff and with an annual income of almost £22m.  As a result we are looking to make further appointments to our group of […]

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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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Edible Playground

We are delighted to announce that an Edible Playground will be built on site at Courtwood, during the Easter break. Trees for Cities have invested £25,000 into the project, with a £5,000 contribution from the school and PTFA. The project will allow the children to access gardening, growing and harvesting activities all year round, with […]

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Year 3 TATE Project

Our Year 3 class were visited by photographer, Cora James, to capture their contribution to the project being completed by Steve McQueen. The children watched a short film explaining the project prior to the visit, and had lots of fun during the session completing some drama games and had the opportunity to ask questions about […]

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Rhyme Rockets

The children were treated to a performance of The Ridiculous Rhyme Show on Tuesday, and Years 5 and 6 to a television workshop afterwards. The Ridiculous Rhyme Show was written and developed by Cbeebies presenters Joe Chambers and Andrew Crawford. They began their rhyming adventure in 2012 playing First Officer Ditty and Professor Poet on The […]

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Florence Nightingale Museum

On Monday 1st April Year 2 went on an exciting school trip to the Florence Nightingale Museum in London. It was great way to launch their new History topic all about Florence and other nurturing nurses. During the visit the children had the opportunity to meet Florence herself, who told them all about her life, […]

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Easter Performance

Year 4 performed their Easter play, ‘Easter Praise on Netflix’,  to all their parents and carers this week. There were children watching a TV programme on Netflix to learn about the meaning of Easter and how it is not just about eating lots of chocolate! The songs were exceptionally catchy and the parents went home singing […]

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