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  • 22/11/17

    World Challenge Morocco Team Practice Expedition

    On Saturday 11th November the team assembled at 8am outside the College to embark on the two day practice expedition. This was based in the idyllic surroundings of Ashdown Wood in East Surrey.
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  • 22/11/17

    Ex-students artwork being exhibited by RBA

    We’re delighted to hear that Phoebe Hedges, a recent ex-student who is studying Fine Art at Leeds Beckett, has had her work selected for exhibition by the Royal Society of British Artists (RBA). You can view Phoebe’s piece titled ‘Inspiration’ at: Royal Over-Seas League...
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  • 08/11/17

    ‘A’ Level Art & Photography Trip - Berlin

    This years Art and Photography trip was to Berlin, a modern city and a leading centre for the Arts, especially renowned for its contemporary architecture and museums. Dating back to the 13th century, reminders of the city's turbulent 20th-century history include its Holocaust memorial...
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  • 16/10/17

    Rotary arrive to help STEM the gap!!

    On Tuesday 3rd October Chalfonts again hosted the South Buckinghamshire Rotary Design Challenge. Students from Chalfonts, The Beaconsfield School and Beaconsfield High School worked in teams of four to ‘Design and Build’ a ‘Pipeline Vehicle’ to a set specification. The stu...
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  • 16/10/17

    Sammy Takes Home Bronze

    We’re very proud that one of our 6th formers, Sammy Farnfield was picked for the GB team to travel to the 19th Modern Pentathlon Biathle / Triathle World championships in Viveiro Spain. This event was attended by nearly thirty nations including the likes of Russia and South Africa with each te...
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  • 16/10/17

    Quizzy Rascals - Year 9 History trip to the Imperial War Museum ​​​​​​​

    Fifty three Year 9 history students took a coach to the Imperial War Museum in London. Mr Leybourne produced a student quiz that ensured that the whole of the museum was visited. On the ground floor the First World War centenary exhibition was a popular stopping off point with new exhibitions coveri...
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  • 16/10/17

    You & Me In Beijing - BFSU Summer Camp 2017

    The Beijing Summer Camp was most certainly a once in a lifetime opportunity and was not only the highlight of the summer holidays, but also in my lifetime so far. We were able to visit some amazing places including The Great Wall of China, Tian’Anmen Square, The Forbidden City and the Summe...
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  • 25/09/17

    Who Done It?

    Two coaches set off early on a Thursday morning with over seventy Year 11 history students to explore the gory murders of Jack the Ripper. The first coach headed for Whitechapel in the east end of London and the other to the National Archives in Kew.
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  • 18/09/17

    Zambia World Challenge Trip

    At the end of July we took fourteen students from Years 11 to 13 to embark on a three week trip of a lifetime to Zambia.
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  • 18/09/17

    Year 7 time travellers

    Starting early, forty-nine Year 7 students left school to begin their day out to the Black Country Living Museum in Dudley, in the Midlands.
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  • 18/09/17

    Dan Freedman, author of the Jamie Johnson books inspires Year 7

    On Tuesday 18 July Dan Freedman, author of the ‘Jamie Johnson’ books and the CBBC ‘Jamie Johnson’ television series, was welcomed by Year 7 students to our school.
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  • 18/09/17

    Year 12 Learn to Earn

    On Friday 14th July 2017, Year 12 students were off timetable to take part in a programme called ‘Learn to Earn’. The idea of the day was that students would be provided with information on career options to help them to make informed choices about their futures. The day was pe...
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