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The Magic of Science

Congratulations to all the young scientists who took part in Brentwood School’s Primary Schools’ Science Exhibition – ‘Science Magic – Magic Science’ – on Saturday.

Luke, Y13, likes to practice for future opportunities as CEO of Ikea.

Language learning alive at Clayesmore

Whilst in most schools the study of languages is in rapid decline, at Clayesmore Modern Languages are thriving: 76% of Year 11 pupils are studying French, German or Spanish for GCSEs, and a large part of the Sixth Form is taking an A-Level language.

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Tormead Launches New Rooftop Observatory

Tormead School’s Physics and Astronomy Departments unveiled their new observatory on Friday 17 November, one of the few schools in the Country with this facility offering its girls the opportunity to stargaze and explore the universe in detail.

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Lead School in Computer Science

Exeter Junior School is delighted to announce recognition as Lead School in the Network of Excellence for Computer Science. This award recognises the importance placed upon Computer Science within the curriculum and the exciting plans for the subject

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TeenTech winners visit Buckingham Palace

Oakham’s TeenTech winners were delighted to visit Buckingham Palace to collect their Awards from the Duke of York. This is the second year running that students have been invited to the Palace having won Awards in this prestigious competition.

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Prize for Chemistry pupil's video

Rocky Z, a sixth-former at The Leys, Cambridge, has won a Harry and Margaret Kroto Prize for Innovative Use of Technology in Learning for an educational video he made to explain a difficult concept in Chemistry.

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Oundle Pupils Win Worldwide Quiz

On 12 October, five Third Form (Year 9) Geographers from Oundle School took part in the local round of the Geographical Association’s Worldwise Quiz, testing their knowledge of both Human and Physical Geography as well as general ‘Place' knowledge.

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Surgery workshop for pupils

Pupils interested in becoming surgeons had a chance to learn more about the profession from medical students and consultants at a workshop which was held at The Leys, Cambridge.