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Headed for Rome

Sixth Form students Isaac Johnson (left) and Daniel Drakeford (right) have spurned the lure of beaches, nightclubs and festivals as a celebration of the end of their A Levels in favour of  the challenge of the Via Francigena, a 1,900km pilgrimage from Canterbury to Rome via the Alps! The two have chosen to raise money for the whole-school charity the Camelthorn Foundation which is raising money to build a girls' boarding house in Zimbabwe, to be named Gordon's House.  For the full story, please click here. For further information on Gordon's House, please click here. To donate, please visit their Justgiving page here.