(News from The Warren School) On 5th May we held our third Classical Music Festival and our guest Judge, Malcolm Henderson, found it the hardest year yet to decide upon the winners in each instrumental section. He said “I can see how well they are progressing and how much more confidence they have in performing.…

(News from Tabor Academy) Our year 11 football team are a group of boys who have been a delight to teach and interact with throughout their time at Tabor. I joined Tabor in the same year as this cohort, I watched them lose in a Year 7 final on penalties, as well as missing out…

(News from Loxford School) On Friday the 6th February the school received a letter from David Laws, Minister of State for Schools. In this he congratulates us for the outstanding progress our students have made over the last 3 years. Loxford is one of the top 100 non-selective schools in England; we are in the top 1%! We…

(News from The Warren School) Our A Level Drama and Theatre studies students went to the Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith to watch Shakespeare’s Othello on Wednesday 4th February. As part of the exam requirement for the A Level course, students are required to evaluate a contemporary performance of a Shakespeare play against its original performance conditions.…

(News from Loxford School) A fantastic opportunity is taking place, exclusive 2 year work experience programme with PWC for our aspiring year 12 students What is the opportunity? This is a two year programme where students have been given the opportunity to work at their London offices 8 times (4 times per year). Students are…

(News from Aldborough Primary School) Since returning to school this term we have been raising money for a school in Nepal. The Khandbari Primary School is a tiny school set up in the high mountains of Nepal – where children with speech and hearing problems stay residentially. Because the children don’t have ready access to…

(News from Loxford School) In the year that marks the centenary of the start of one of the costliest conflicts in our history, The Royal British Legion encouraged everyone to support the Poppy Appeal for the memory of the fallen and the future of the living. Students in the Sixth Form at Loxford have supported…

(News from The Warren School)   In teams of six, pupils competed to become the top cross country team in the borough. Warren students performed fantastically and came 3rd overall across all year groups. Einoras in Yr 9 said ‘It was cold out there when we were running but it was stunning to do so…

(News from The Warren School) To support the current World War One schemes of learning, the English and Art departments took 38 Year 9 learners to visit the Imperial War Museum, Duxford. The visit began with a tour of the museum’s vast aviation exhibit, including a trip on board Concorde, followed by visits to Military…

(News from Aldborough Primary School) It’s been a week of festive cheer with children right across the school in fine voice for their Christmas performances. On Monday evening St John’s Church was packed to capacity as children from Years One to Four presented a slightly modern twist on the traditional song ‘The Twelve Days of…