Jump Rope for Heart

Students from year 7 and 8 participated in a Jump Rope for Heart event in the atrium today. They had a fantastic afternoon and particularly enjoyed competing with Mr Ali in a skip-off! The session was run by a small group of year 11’s who are passionate about social action and voluntary work. The school […]

Current Topics Read more

Why Try? Group

Why Try? is a group for young people in Richmond in Years 9, 10 or 11 who have a diagnosis of ADHD and may be struggling at home or at school. The group meets weekly after school for eight to 10 weeks and focuses on motivation and emotional health as well as having fun! Next […]

Current Topics Read more

The Brilliant Club

On Friday last week twelve students from year 9 and 10 went to Wadham College, Oxford University to take part in the launch of The Brilliant Club. This is an academic scholar’s programme where our students will be working alongside a PhD tutor. They will receive sessions in school and submit weekly homework that will contribute […]

Current Topics Read more

Students visited The Amy Woodgate Specialist Resource Centre in Chessington to meet the residents and have a tour.

On Monday 21st November four of our students visited The Amy Woodgate Specialist Resource Centre in Chessington to meet the residents and have a tour. The centre provides day care for people with dementia and respite for families and carers where needed.

Current Topics Read more

Friday 11th November in remembrance of the men and women who have lost their lives serving their country

The whole school gathered together on Friday 11th November in remembrance of the men and women who have lost their lives serving their country. Readings were made by three students, Liam O’Neil, Albin Aziz and Jemma Besent and a two minute silence was observed in respect of the fallen. Headteacher Mr Ali spoke about hopes for the future and how the past should never be forgotten. Mr Stiddard also played the Last post. All students made their own poppy and wrote a personal message on it, these were displayed in the entrance of the school.
Residents from the Amy wood gate centre in Chessington said ‘it was wonderful to celebrate in this way’

Current Topics Read more