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  • Flower Festival Concert - Free event
    13th June 2019

    This coming Friday some of our pupils are taking part in a concert at Holy Trinity Church in Larkfield. This event is tied into their annual Flower Festival, which this year commemorates 50 years since the moon landings. All pieces being performed are linked to space/planets/stars/the heavens in some way. The concert is free to attend, but seats need to be reserved through Holy Trinity’s Facebook, Instagram or Twitter pages. Read More

  • Rugby FInal Reports

    Rugby FInal Reports
    9th May 2019

    The year 7 rugby team arrived at Aylseford Bulls rugby club already boasting the championship winner’s status after Cornwallis could not field a team. Instead of stopping there we decided to challenge the 2 teams scheduled to play in the premiership final. The first game saw us overcome a very strong Aylesford school team 20-10, we had previously lost to Aylesford in the regular season, this was a great indicator of how much progress the team has made. Stand out performances from Joe Wigman, Andrew Brookes and Harley Stockdale really helped us over the line. Read More

  • SUPPORT AALIYAH’S SPEED LIMIT CAMPAIGN – PLEASE SIGN OUR PETITION

    SUPPORT AALIYAH’S SPEED LIMIT CAMPAIGN – PLEASE SIGN OUR PETITION
    25th March 2019

    Aaliyah has been campaigning to lower the speed limit along two roads near our school. Read More

  • workskills group visited Lawson House

    workskills group visited Lawson House
    20th March 2019

    On Wednesday 20th March, students from the Year 13 workskills group visited Lawson House in Martin Square Larkfield. We had been invited by the Manager Jill Stanley to run a coffee morning and were delighted that we were supported by the catering team there who had baked amazing cakes for us to hand out. Read More

  • Year 10 Summer School
    18th March 2019

    The Year 10 Summer School is a four-day/three-night residential programme and has been designed for students who are have the potential to go to university but might not have considered it as an option. Read More