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Archive for: October, 2011

Nanowrimo

Have you ever thought there is a book inside you, trying to get out? Have you ever read a book and thought, I could do that? Well, now is your chance. Writing Club members are taking part in National Novel Writing Month (Nanowrimo) after half term, and we invite you to join us. Commit yourself […]

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21st October

The first half term seems to have flown by and we have many reasons to be pleased with all that has been accomplished. During this last week our hockey teams have performed excellently against teams from Ireland and Holland. It is particularly pleasing to see a sport which does not get a lot of press […]

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A Level Politics visit to Washington DC

A Level Politics visit to Washington DC

The final few photos are from the Lincoln Memorial (Saturday 22nd – apologies for the orientation, have struggled to rotate it!) and The White House (Sunday 23rd) – and they are on their way home!   The Supreme Court and Capitol Hill, 22nd and 21st October, outside of The White House, Friday 21st October and from the […]

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The 2011 Comedy Prom

 The Comedy Prom   On Friday 30th September, the school hosted the 2011 Comedy Prom.  There was a good atmosphere, as the theatre space was laid out with small tables facing the stage, with a good crowd of people, young and old.  There were three acts, with two intervals of fifteen minutes in between. Each  […]

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October 12th 2011

On October 12th the school will be celebrating the foundation of the school at our Commemoration services. It’s an important day in the school’s calendar and we’re delighted this year to welcome an old boy of the school John Waite, brother of Terry Waite, to be our speaker. John works for the BBC and as […]

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Chetham’s Library

During the holidays, I visited a library.  Hmm – a busman’s holiday, perhaps?  In my defence, this was a very special library: Chetham’s Library – the oldest public lending library in the English speaking world, founded in 1653. I felt as if I was in Hogwarts.  The leather-bound books are protected behind wooden gates or […]

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