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  • Football's coming home

    Published 30/09/22

    A great start on the road to the ESFA Finals with a 2-0 win against George Abbot for the U14 team. Gordon’s First XI U16 team made it to finals in the last academic year and the U18s First XI in 2019 and 2018. Is this the year that the boys will finally lift the ESFA trophy? Best of luck to all six teams in the competition.

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  • Team GB for Wakeboarder

    Published 30/09/22

    Introducing another type of boarder at Gordon's, Marley O'Toole, who has been selected for Team GB at the Cable Wakeboard World Championships in Thailand. The 12 year old only started wakeboarding four years ago and just this summer has competed in Denmark, Germany and Italy and World Championship events in both boat and cable wakeboarding in the U15s category. Wishing Marley all the best for the competition. 

    Here is Marley in action:

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  • introduction to study skills

    Published 27/09/22

    First in a series of workshops for Years 7, 8 and 9 to help students become more independent learners. A fantastic opportunity for students in these year groups to practise various techniques to help them learn more effectively and efficiently, improve their memory and find out how their brains work. Study Skills will return to Gordon’s every year to run these workshops. To find out more about how students are supported with learning and revision techniques at Gordon's, please click here.

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  • Vive La France!

    Published 26/09/22

    Devouring all that Paris has to offer, Years 11 and 13 have not only enjoyed visiting Le Musee d’Orsay; Sacre Coeur and l’Arc de Triomphe (to name but a few!) but walked along the Champs Elysees and taken a cruise on the Seine as well as savouring delicious French cuisine. Today they’re tackling the giddy heights of the Eiffel Tower followed by Le Louvres.

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  • Top Golfers

    Published 26/09/22

    Ace result for our U15 team golf team, who enjoyed a 3-2 victory against Reed’s School at Foxhills Country Club on Friday. A great start to the new sporting year. Congratulations all! For further information on the School's golf teams, please click here.

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  • racing in championship finals

    Published 23/09/22

    Tantalisingly close to a podium finish, Kanishk Rao missed out by just 0.4 seconds, coming in sixth at the IAME British Open Championship at the PF International Circuit in Grantham. However the 11 year old racer was awarded fastest lap of the race! This weekend sees Kanishk competing in the final round of the British National Kart Championships. Best of luck Kanishk!

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  • Tackling the Thames

    Published 22/09/22

    Four of the Gordon’s Boat Club team took part in the Scullers Head of the River race, competing against rowers from across the world in what has become the largest sculling race in the UK for a single class of racing shell. Immie, Emilia, James and James fought the notorious tides in the 6.8km course, which is the reverse course of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, running from Mortlake to Putney. A much enjoyed day for all, who tackled the course with immense maturity. Congratulations!

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  • Honouring our Patron HM Queen Elizabeth

    Published 21/09/22

    Gordon's whole school community joined on Sunday, to honour Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the School's Patron, dedicating the first parade of the academic year to her memory. The Memorial Parade saw students, staff and parents gathered around the Parade Square for a two minute silence and prayers led by the School Chaplain the Reverend Graham Wright. 

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  • Reflecting and Remembering

    Published 12/09/22

    Members of the Gordon’s School community have been invited to light a candle in the Chapel in remembrance of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who was Patron of the school and whose legacy of faithful leadership and selfless service will be remembered by generations and will inspire future generations.

    The School Bursar Susan Meikle can be heard talking about Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and her importance to the School, on BBC Radio Surrey's James Cannon show on Monday. To listen, please click here and forward to 1:43 minutes of the show.

    For full story on the school's commemorations for HM Queen Elizabeth II please click here.

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  • School community unites to mourn

    Published 09/09/22

    Flags have flown at half mast at Gordon’s since the announcement of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s death last night. This morning the whole School community congregated on the Parade Square for prayers led by School Chaplain the Reverend Graham Wright. The Last Post was sounded and two minutes silence observed. The Pipes and Drums played The Lament, Flowers of the Forest. Unfortunately the planned livestream couldn’t take place due to technical difficulties but the Pipes and Drums’ lament can be seen here.

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  • Honouring Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

    Published 09/09/22

    The whole School community will be gathering together this morning at 10.35am on the Parade Square to pay our respects to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, who was Patron of the School, with a prayer led by the Reverend Graham Wright, the School Chaplain and a Piper playing the Lament.

    The occasion will also be live-streamed on Gordon's Facebook page.

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  • school community mourns our patron Queen Elizabeth II

    Published 08/09/22

    The Gordon’s School community joins the nation this evening in mourning the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Union flags at Gordon’s have been flying at half-mast since the announcement. Tomorrow the whole school will assemble on the Parade Square to pay their respects, led by the Chaplain, the Reverend Graham Wright. Queen Elizabeth II has been Patron of the school since her accession to the throne in 1952, continuing the unbroken line of sovereign Patrons since the school was founded in 1885.

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