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Here you can keep up-to-date with all the latest news from Gordon's School. 

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  • time to talk

    Published 11/02/19

    Mental Health Day at Gordon’s and activities include a relaxation session to manage stress and anxiety; a talk on ‘food and mood’; Yoga and walk and talk session.

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  • choral evensong

    Published 11/02/19

    The newly-formed Boys' Choir held their first Choral Evensong at Gordon's last night by candlelight in the school chapel. This enchanting service - the oldest continuous music tradition in the world - will also take place on Parade Sunday March 24th from 6pm. All welcome. 

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  • Marathon man

    Published 07/02/19

    Fundraising for the new sports hall and all-weather pitch for Gordon’s and the local community, has already started with Buckingham’s Head of House Jamie Sinclair committed to running in the London Marathon to raise money to equip the development. He also plans to set a personal best of achieving the marathon in under three hours! To sponsor him please click here.  

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  • All systems go

    Published 07/02/19

    Planning permission has now been granted for a new sports hall and second all-weather pitch at Gordon’s, which will transform the facilities currently offered to students and provide a sports hub for the local community. For more information please click here.

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  • Bugsy hits the headlines

    Published 07/02/19

    Reporting on West End's very own gangsters. the Woking News and Mail features the Bugsy Malone production, which brought 1920's New York gangland to Camberley Theatre. Please click here to see the full album of pictures.

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  • football win

    Published 06/02/19

    A 2-0 win against the Royal Russell School this afternoon has earned Gordon’s First XI football team a place in the quarter final of the English Schools’ FA Cup – for the second year running. The team, coached by former Chelsea and Sunderland player Gareth Hall made it to the semi-final last year. Congratulations boys.

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  • theatre masterclass

    Published 06/02/19

    Fresh from their production of Bugsy Malone, students were treated to a musical theatre masterclass this afternoon with Adam Stadius. Adam, an acting coach is a teacher practitioner of the Meisner Technique.

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  • Oar-some

    Published 05/02/19

    Competing in freezing temperatures in her first eight mile race, in a field of 22 – many of whom were ex-internationals – Isla Bethune and her partner won the class at Weybridge in the Elmbridge Canoe Club K2 10@10 race on Sunday. The young canoeist who is a regular at the new Ergo Centre at Gordon’s, only qualified to the group the week before the race. Congratulations Isla!

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  • kung hei fat choy!

    Published 05/02/19

    Fortune cookies; Chinese lanterns and of course sweet and sour chicken and egg fried rice were on the menu today  at Gordon’s for students and staff welcoming in the Chinese New Year. They enjoyed a delicious lunch in the school dining room, complete with fortune cookies.

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  • paint brushes at the ready

    Published 04/02/19

    This year the theme of the Inter-House Art competition is Movement. The boys’ houses are currently creating their masterpieces then towards the end of the week it’s the girls’ turn. Judging their work will be the Art Department’s Andrew Holt and Hannah Cotton.

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  • lunchtime concert

    Published 04/02/19

    Don’t forget to head to the Nave in Christchurch, Woking today between 12.40pm and 1.20pm for a lunchtime concert by our GCSE and A Level soloists.

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  • gordon's green artists

    Published 01/02/19

    The polluted ocean habitat was the theme of a mini-exhibition by students for the Global Canvas 2019: Habitats of the World competition run by the Natural History Museum and the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation. The students recycled materials for the exhibition which has attracted entries from across the UK and world. Successful group winners will display their entry at the world famous museum in March.

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