News Archive

5 years ago

Our successful Maths department has yet again proved to be one of the top in the country after coming 11th in the National Final of the UK Maths Trust Senior Team Maths Challenge.

Ed Kirkby, Rob Carter (both previously at Amery Hill), James Butcher (Weydon) and Heidi Nicholson (Robert May’s) formed the winning team of the regional heat late last year and have since been preparing...

Tom, Joe, Kit, Harry and Evie, students who make up College band Slippery Angle, performed live at the Solent Sound Festival and received excellent praise from top judges.

The band entered the festival, held at Solent University, and received overwhelmingly positive comments from the panel of professional judges which included radio DJs and ‘shakers and movers’ from the music industry...

A group of our Spanish students have just returned from a week in Spain with Year 10 students from Amery Hill School. The two Spanish departments successfully organised a trip abroad to allow AS level and GCSE students to experience local culture and develop the language they are learning.

The students spent a week in Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz,...

Once again our students have been successful in securing offers from both Oxford and Cambridge. Students have gained places across a wide range of subjects from the Arts (including offers for Law, Languages and History of Art) through to the Sciences (including Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Maths, Natural Sciences and Psychology).

These students will be joining more than 40 former...

This was Alan’s second visit to the Berkoff Performing Arts Centre as he follows his debut in June last year. The artists have received some excellent accolades from the likes of Bob Harris, Maverick Magazine and The Weekender Review.

“How one man can sit on stage with one guitar and create such fantastic live music is astonishing.” The Weekender Review.