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  • Piano in the rec

    Published 24/09/18

    Getting ready for tonight’s piano recital in the Rec – Hailey Wong a Grade 8 pianist, currently studying for her Music A-Level. The recital will be held between 6.30pm and 8.00pm. To hear her, please click here.

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  • welcome back miss!

    Published 24/09/18

    If there was any doubt that your school days are the best of your life, then Gordon’s School’s new Maths teacher Charlotte Winckley is proof.

    For Miss Winckley a student here eight years ago, enjoyed it so much that she has come back as a teacher!

    “I loved school” she enthused. “Gordon’s is somewhere I always felt happy and confident.”

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  • in the saddle

    Published 24/09/18

    Cyclists Lachlan Bethune; Lewis Broderick; Graham Davidson and Joshua Deakin focussed their training this week on road races, travelling to Gravesend Cyclopark in Kent with the Charlotteville Cycle Club. With the emphasis on co-operation and working together as a team, the foursome cycled more than 25 miles in their three hour session.

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  • Practice makes perfect

    Published 20/09/18

    Practice makes perfect for the new Year 7s who will only be watching the parade this Sunday (23rd September). They will take part in their first one with the whole school accompanied by the Pipes and Drums on Sunday 14th October for the Harvest Parade.

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  • above par!

    Published 18/09/18

    While Gordon’s golf team has already climbed up the leader board against other schools, individual successes have also been achieved. Alex Phelps (pictured in action) has been picked for the South of England Girls’ Golf Training Squad and will play the Roehampton Junior Masters. Sarah Mardani has been re-selected for the England U18 South Region Training squad and Estelle Ingram has qualified for the Junior European Open in Spain in November. We wish them all every success.

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  • girls' inter-house rowing

    Published 17/09/18

    The turn of the girls today for Inter-House Rowing. To see them in action, please click here.

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  • triathlon success

    Published 17/09/18

    They swam, they cycled, they ran and they did Gordon’s proud ! Lachlan Bethune was pipped to second place in the Triathlon in Bognor Regis while Deakin brothers Joshua and James came 4th and 7th out of 42 respectively in the Human Race Triathlon, Dorney Lake.

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  • Music to our ears

    Published 13/09/18

    Back together again, members of the Semper Fidelis Singers with Charlotte Brosnan from the Voices Foundation, who will be working with them during the term. Also visiting the Music Department this afternoon was West End Musical Director Steve Hill who is launching the jazz ensemble.

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  • Row, row, row your boat

    Published 13/09/18

    Deafening cheers greeted the boys’ Inter-House rowers this afternoon in the Gym with each year group represented competing for the coveted shields. In a change to previous years, the race was centred on the distance covered in the total race time with Y7-8 rowing for one minute each; Y9-10 1.15 minutes and Y11 to Sixth Form 1.30 minutes. To see them in action, please click here.

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  • in the swim

    Published 13/09/18

    Brother and sister Brogan and Faye Hyde have both triumphed in the water recently. Brogan competed in the Nationals competition in Sheffield winning a bronze medal for his 100m. He has also been selected to swim for the National County Team Championships in Sheffield in October. Faye won silver with her team at the National Synchro Combo for her synchronised swimming at the London Aquatic Centre. We wish them continued success in their aquatic endeavours.

     

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  • battle lines drawn

    Published 13/09/18

    The battle for power between Fat Sam and Dandy Dan begun in earnest as rehearsals started this week for Gordon’s musical extravaganza Bugsy Malone. The all-singing, all-dancing gangster comedy, will be performed at the Camberley Theatre next year and promises to be another huge success.

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  • marathon man

    Published 12/09/18

    Not only did Buckingham’s Head of House Jamie Sinclair complete the challenging Farnham Pilgrim Marathon, but he came in the top 20! Mr Sinclair completed the Surrey Hills event in 3:46 hours climbing over 700 metres over the 26.2 miles for Woking Hospice. Anybody wishing to donate can do so via his Justgiving page https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/jamie-sinclair7

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