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November 2019

  • 26/11/19

    Arkwright Engineering Scholarships

    The Arkwright Engineering Scholarships programme is the most prestigious scholarship scheme of its type in the UK with over 5,000 Scholarships awarded to date.  The aim is to identify, inspire and nurture school-age students to be the country’s future leaders in engineering, com...
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  • 25/11/19

    Amnesty Youth Conference

    On Wednesday 20th November, Amnesty Society attended the annual UK Youth Conference hosted in the Amnesty HQ. This year, the theme was the rights of the child as Amnesty were celebrating the UN Convention of the rights of the child. 
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  • 22/11/19

    GCSE Presentation Evening

    On Wednesday 20th November we held our GCSE Presentation Event when Year 12 students and their parents joined staff and governors for the presentation of the GCSE certificates and awards. To present the certificates to the students, Kitty Gingell, former student and Curriculum Prefect in l...
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  • 22/11/19

    My Experience as an ATP Ball Kid

    I decided to apply to be a Fedex ball kid for the Nitto ATP Tour Finals which is an end of year tennis tournament with the top 8 male players in the world. I have been playing tennis since the age of five and closely follow the professional tour. I had always wanted to see the players up close and t...
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  • 21/11/19

    Year 7 History Trip to Reading Museum

    In November 2019, Year 7 went to the Reading Museum to learn about the contenders for the throne in 1066, the Battle of Hastings and its background tale. After we put our belongings away, our guide led us up the stairs to the first floor which held a replica of the Bayeux Tapestry.
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  • 20/11/19

    Trip to Germany - October 2019

    The Year 10 German trip was a wonderful experience for all those who took part. We were able to immerse ourselves in the culture by staying with German families, eating German meals and communicating in German. It enabled everyone to be taken out of their comfort zone and gain confidence. We al...
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  • 14/11/19

    Religious Studies Trip to Oxford

    On Thursday morning, the two Religious Studies classes from Years 10 and 11 boarded the coach to go to Oxford. Our first destination was the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, a very large and architecturally beautiful building.
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  • 08/11/19

    A Resident of Kendrick

    Many students in Kendrick are familiar with a small black and white bird who hops about in the car park during quiet moments.  They were challenged to identify this bird, and the challenge was won by Attsaya in 13SJ.  
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  • 07/11/19

    Reading Council Climate Conference

    On Monday 4 November, Emily, Anna Mae, Mia (Year 13s), Amy Grace and Rowena (Year 9s) were given the incredible opportunity to go to the Reading Council Climate Conference at Alfred Sutton Primary along with Ms Kattirtzi and Ms Fallows.  There were lots of amazing presentations...
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