As we pass a number of COVID anniversaries we should acknowledge that this has been a very difficult year for young people. This is to celebrate the fantastic response of our pupils, here exemplified by our Biology sixth formers.
Record breaking success for our Year 12 pupils at the British Biology Olympiad, winning one gold medal, two silver medals, one bronze medal, a further ten highly commended and one commended.
Recommended reading list for pupils studying Business and Entrepreneurship in September.
Perception Society welcomed Professor Terence Hope, one of the UK's leading vascular neurosurgeons, to speak about A Day in the Life of a Neurosurgeon.
Acclaimed poet, writer and literature professional, Mr Antosh Wojcik, judged our Recitation Competition and ran a workshop for our pupils.
Two Year 12 pupils came fifth place in the National Stage of the Institut Français' French Debating Final.
On Thursday 25 March, Perception Society welcomes Dr Shah to speak about The Beauty of Silks.
Congratulations to three Carthusians who won prizes in the Guildford Classical Association Reading Competition.
Prof. Kate Nation gave an overview of one of the most advanced cognitive skills we possess – reading.
Pupils Jonny Wilkinson and Toby Russell won the Year 12 South Central/East regional French debating competition on Wednesday night.