When it comes to Christmas cookies, German bakers know what they're doing. The Year 9 German class baked Weihnachtsplätzchen in teams during their lesson following a German recipe.
The run-up to Christmas is in full swing in the Chemistry Department. Our annual Chemistrees in each of the labs have been accompanied by interesting molecule posters providing information on both the smells and tastes of Christmas.
We are thrilled to share an exciting highlight from the recent Royal Society of Chemistry Top of the Bench competition held at Charterhouse, where 10 schools, including ours, participated in this prestigious event.
The School's first competitive robotics competition bringing Design Engineering skills to life saw 12 pupils compete against 18 other schools at Cranleigh School.
The Biology Department's termly Wildlife Photography Competition attracts a high standard of entries. Congratulations to Kinan and Jan (Year 10) for their stunning winning submissions.
On Tuesday 21 November a group of A Level pupils watched King Lear at the Wyndham Theatre. Two pupils share their review of this theatrical treat.
There was a fantastic buzz around our International Universities mini-fair hosted in Hall. Twelve universities were in attendance with representation from across Europe, US and Canada.
The History Society welcomed Professor Michael Broers to School and were treated to both his history knowledge and a bit of Hollywood behind the scenes news.
Underpinning everything we do is a commitment to supporting individuals to reach their highest academic potential. Our top Mathematicians from Year 11 to 13 took part in the UK Maths Trust Senior Mathematical Challenge.
Equipped to grasp future opportunities, top Year 10 Physicists Mine, Isabel, and Alexandra experienced an unforgettable keynote address by the highly respected quantum physicist Professor Jim Al-Khalili CBE FRS.