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Making the headlines

  • Posted On: 7 February 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Making the headlines

A group of budding writers headed to London for a day of headline-making.  The Year 12 students were invited to the prestigious Guardian Education Centre at Kings Cross to take part in a workshop on how to create a newspaper front page.


Students receive impressive feedback for their Green Plan It project

  • Posted On: 7 February 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Students receive impressive feedback for their Green Plan It project

Three representatives from the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) received a warm welcome at school when they met with five budding gardeners!  A team of five Year 8 students took part in the RHS’ Green Plan It project to research, plan, design and build a model garden.  


Be part of The Station's exciting new art workshop - featuring an impressive line-up of guest artists

  • Posted On: 6 February 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Be part of The Station's exciting new art workshop - featuring an impressive line-up of guest artists

The Station in Richmond still has space available in their  FREE Young Adult Art Workshops for persons aged 16-25. The line-up of guest artists has now been announced, offering a great variety of artistic mediums. Every Thursday evening from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m., local artists will demonstrate a variety of techniques. Participants will be given the space, time, and materials to explore their creativity.


Students set to shine

  • Posted On: 6 February 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Students set to shine

Eight Year 12 students have been selected to take part in the Brilliant Club project this year. The project aims to widen access for outstanding students in non-selective state schools to the UK’s most selective universities. The 8 students are Thomas Burgess-Mackay, Ashleigh Fraser, Hannah Hodgson, Liam McCarthy, Roan Cappleman, Nick Chapman, Usha Rai and Cristina Vaidos.


Headteacher’s Values Award winner: Florence Hall

  • Posted On: 6 February 2020
  • Author: Jill Lundberg
Headteacher’s Values Award winner: Florence Hall

The Headteacher’s Values Award was presented to Florence Hall, Year 11 student. Florence was nominated by Mrs Weston who said: “Florence's performance in English throughout years 10 and 11 has been nothing short of exceptional.  Florence, who is passionate about literature and an avid reader, is an absolute joy to teach.  Her creative writing is absolutely stunning, always a pleasure to read and often filled with fascinating imagery and interesting vocabulary. In her English Language PPE Florence barely dropped a mark and I struggle to find fault with her work.  


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