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  • OXBRIDGE OFFERS

    Published 21/01/20

    Congratulations to our Sixth Formers, the majority of whom have received offers at Russell Group universities. Four have received Oxbridge offers – three to read Maths; Economics and Land Economy at Cambridge and one to read Physics at Oxford. For more information about our Sixth Form and to apply, please click here.

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  • TAKING OVER THE REINS

    Published 20/01/20

    Memorial weekend marked the start of the Head Boy Jack Bodell and Head Girl Emily Jones taking over the reins from Oliver Henderson and Abi White, who have been fantastic ambassadors for the school over the past year. Thank you to both of them and best of luck to the new incumbents.

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  • MEMORIAL SERVICE

    Published 20/01/20

    The Gordon Memorial Service took place in Guildford Cathedral on Sunday. The service was led by the Reverend Canon Dr Paul Smith and Canon Liturgist Paul Thompson delivered the annual Gordon Sermon.

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  • WHITEHALL 2020

    Published 20/01/20

    Bringing Whitehall to a standstill, some 250 students together with the Pipes and Drums marched to the statue of General Gordon on the banks of the Thames for the start of Memorial Weekend. Please click here to view and buy pictures from this historic event. For a video snapshot, please see below.

     

     

     

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  • MEMORIAL WEEKEND

    Published 18/01/20

    Beautiful, crisp morning for the start of Memorial Weekend in which the school, founded as the national memorial to General Gordon, commemorates his life. Students will leave his statue overlooking the Front Field in West End, Woking for his statue on the banks of the Thames. Those not involved in the Parade have netball and football matches against Lancing College; Reading School and Claremont Fan Court. Tomorrow the annual General Gordon Memorial Service will be held in Guildford Cathedral.

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  • YES CHEF!

    Published 16/01/20

    Yes Chef! When you’re entering a young chef’s competition held on Burn’s Night and your school is the national memorial to General Gordon (and your sister plays the bagpipes!) it has to be a Scottish-themed menu. Oscar, taking part in the Rotary Young Chef competition practised this morning with Head of Catering Paul Hopkins. He will be serving up a three course menu for two people in two hours of homemade blinis with smoked salmon; a chicken and haggis ballotine with tatties and a whiskey and mustard sauce topped off with a raspberry and crème brulee. Best of luck to him next week as he puts his culinary skills to the test by leading industry professionals at Merton College.

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  • NOW BOOKING

    Published 15/01/20

    Tickets for Dr Faustus at Gordon's on 27th, 28th and 29th January are now available from the school box office (click here to be directed). For a sneak preview, please see below!

     

     

     

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  • TOP TIPS

    Published 13/01/20

    Top tips for Pippa, currently playing for Saracens Mavericks U17s from Gordonian and England and Bath netballer Eboni Usoro-Brown (nee Beckford-Chambers). The two bumped into each other at the weekend.

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  • GETTING READY FOR WHITEHALL

    Published 10/01/20

    With the Whitehall Parade just over a week away, students were practicing in earnest today. The Parade along the iconic central London venue to General Gordon’s statue on the Thames marks the start of Memorial Weekend and will involve around 250 students in Years 9 and 11 as well as the members of the Pipes and Drums.

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  • GORDONIAN OFFICER

    Published 07/01/20

    Welcome to our new Gordonian Officer Sue Parkin! Mrs Parkin has a background in marketing and event management and returned to the UK in the summer having spent seven years in Japan and the USA. She is looking forward to working and strengthening ties with our alumni. 

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  • WELCOME BACK!

    Published 07/01/20

    Welcome back to all our Day and Residential Boarders. While the students can look forward to a packed programme of events this term, so can parents! As well as productions and events featuring our talented students such as ‘Dr Faustus’ and an informal concert, there are Insight Talks and a chance to see award winning comedy of Dinesh Nathan; Ben Norris; Max Fulham; and Matt Brown. For further information, visit the Box Office or click here. An overview is also available from our Sports and Arts Calendar of Events available from the Houses and Reception.

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  • save the dates

    Published 02/01/20

    We look forward to welcoming back our residential boarders on Monday 6th January and our Day Boarders on Tuesday 7th January for the start of the Spring Term. This term’s packed programme of events includes the Memorial Weekend; concerts; art trips; performances of Dr Faustus and Insight Talks by Doug Gillen (Hidden Canvases: Street Art and the City) and the Reverend Jonathan Aitken (The Passion; The Prison). In addition, Heathcote's Comedy Club comes to Gordon's on 7th February. For further information and to book public events at Gordon’s, visit the box office (or click here).

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