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  • Friendship and support lead to success for Pocklington School GCSE students

    Students at Pocklington School are today celebrating receiving their GCSE results. After such a turbulent and uncertain year, it was a rewarding moment to be able to celebrate the Fifth Year (Year 11) and their achievements. With students and staff...

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  • Wells Pupils Celebrate A Level Results After a Challenging Year

    Wells pupils celebrated impressive results and the successful attainment of well-deserved places at University and Music Colleges with a Champagne Breakfast held by the School on the morning of Results Day. Head Master, Alastair Tighe, said “I am so proud...

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  • The future looks bright for Pocklington School 2021 leavers.

    Students at Pocklington School celebrate receiving their A level and BTEC results today and reflect on their time at school and what lies ahead for them. Students at Pocklington School are looking forward to a varied and ambitious range of...

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  • Mini Master Chef at The Manor

    Our recent Mini Master Chef at the Manor saw children from across the region attend a week-long cooking masterclass at Forres Sandle Manor School in Fordingbridge. Each day started by exploring a particular food group; herbs and cheeses and fruits....

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  • Adapt and engage

    Pocklington School’s Careers and Business Network continues to inspire the next generation With traditional networking activities put on pause in the last academic year, Pocklington School’s thriving Careers and Business Network adapted its scheduled programme in order to continue to...

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  • Army Rossall School CCF camp

    The Army camp has been an interesting activity to plan and organise. The initial plan was for the cadets to deploy to Altcar Training Camp and remain there for three days, however, this was not to be with COVID developments. The...

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  • Downside life for pupils from forces families

    I started boarding at Downside in the Second Form (Year 8) and my younger brother, Joseph (now aged 15), started three years later after a posting in Brunei. I originally chose Downside School, along with my parents because of the...

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  • Ludgrove School welcomed back Old Ludgrovian, Bear Grylls

    On 21st June 2021, Ludgrove School welcomed back Old Ludgrovian, Bear Grylls, to officially open the new £2.5M Exploration Centre. Before Mr Grylls did the honours to cut the blue and white ribbon, the whole School gathered in the Theatre to...

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