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  • CAREERS FAIR 2020

    Published 10/03/20

    Over 50 different organisations and further/higher education establishments are being represented tonight at Gordon's annual Careers Fair. Exhibitors are here from a whole host of businesses. Among those welcomed was Chief Petty Officer Gordonian Sean Garrett from the Royal Navy. 

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  • BRITISH SCIENCE WEEK

    Published 09/03/20

    Making plastic from potato starch is how our Year 8s kicked off British Science Week 2020 today. Their bioplastic lesson ties in with a whole school effort to cut down usage of single use plastic and use environmentally friendly alternatives.

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  • FIJI RUGBY MEMORABILIA AUCTION

    Published 09/03/20

    A chance to own a piece of rugby memorabilia and help equip the sports hub @gordonsPE. This Flying Fijians rugby shirt has been signed by all the members of the victorious team, who beat the Barbarians at Twickenham in November. To bid for the shirt, click here

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  • MUN AWARD IN NORWICH

    Published 09/03/20

    Representing the USA, our MUN team came away with Best Delegation award at NORMAC (Norwich School Model Arctic Council) - the only one in the world. They debated issues such as meteorological co-operation; whaling and the growth of shipping in the region over three days in Norwich. 

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  • SINGING SUCCESS

    Published 06/03/20

    Congratulations to both the Junior Choir and Semper Fidelis Singers, who won both their classes in the Godalming Music Festival. Semper Fidelis Singers came away with the Haydn Cup for the third year running. 

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  • ON PAR

    Published 04/03/20

    Through to the semi-finals of the HMC Foursomes, the golf team who beat Epsom College two games to one in the regional finals last night at Walton Heath Golf Club. Congratulations and best of luck in the next round.

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  • BOOK WEEK

    Published 03/03/20

    Top tips for creative writing today from children's author Matt Whyman, as part of Book Week. Mr Whyman's most recent book 'Our Planet - The One Place we all Call Home' is the official book to the Netflix original documentary series. 

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  • SPORTS SHIRTS BRING SMILES

    Published 03/03/20

    Smiles all round for their sports shirts, donated by Sandringham House to the children of St Nicholas School in Accra, Ghana. 

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  • READY, STEADY, COOK

    Published 02/03/20

    Ten ingredients, one hour and a courgetti as the star ingredient for their savoury or sweet dish. The Inter-House Rustle Up toda saw students producing souffles; sauces; gnocci; pitta bread and quiche, to name but a few. But Victoria House seized the culinary trophy with their courgetti, and spiced chickpeas sauce accompanied by garlic bread. They were followed by Kensington and Augusta. The trophy was presented to the girls by the Head Teacher, Mr Moss. Congratulations all!

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  • BOOK WEEK

    Published 02/03/20

    Book Week has arrived! Among a packed programme of events arranged over the next five days is a visit by Matt Whyman. As well as his work as an advice columnist for teenage magazines, Mr Whyman is a children’s author. His most recent book Our Planet – The One Place we all Call Home’ is the official book to the Netflix original documentary series. For further information on reading lists for each Key Stage, please click here.

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  • RECIPE FOR SUCCESS

    Published 02/03/20

    Through to the Regional Finals of the Rotary Young Chef competition! Oscar's mouth-watering menu of pan-fried sea bass on a cauliflower puree; cannon of lamb on risotto with a madeira jus and a lemon posset with raspberry coulis and vanilla tuile proved the ultimate recipe for success.

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  • WALES WINGER

    Published 28/02/20

    Best of luck to Sixth Former Corum Nott, in his first game for Wales U18 when they take on Scotland on Sunday. Corum who follows in the steps of Welsh International Gordonian Jake Ball, has been part of the Surrey County and Welsh Exiles programme. As a member of the Gordon’s 1st XV rugby team, they have recorded their best ever season in the school’s history. Proud coach, Chris Davies said: “This really is the icing on the cake!”.

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