On the first Monday of every month pupils across Secondary can be seen pacing up and down a small patch of school they’ve colonised for morning break, their eyes focussed inwards; they march up the stairs to class murmuring in time to their steps; friends armed with...
Year 7/8 took on the role of Napoleon’s minister of propaganda, Squealer, and wrote a speech persuading the animals on Animal Farm to enthusiastically commit to rebuilding the windmill that they had toiled over during the last gruelling year. They delivered their...
Today, in honour of St. Valentine, the Year 11s began their class by typing into Google “What is…” to test their predictions on this most searched question on the internet. The answer, of course, was “What is…love?” This age-old question has beguiled scholars and...
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