The school has been shortlisted in the TES School Awards 2022, recognising the fantastic environmental and sustainability work inspired by our Head of Biology, Mr Noah Shawcross.
The school is also a finalist in the ‘Special Sixth Form’ category, and highly commended in the Giving Something Back category of the Muddy Stilettos awards for 2022.
Despite the challenging times we are all facing, it’s been wonderful to receive some of your good news stories this week, so we thought we’d feature some of them here.
On Sunday, Henry Willes completed a sponsored bike ride and raised an unbelievable £12,277 for Devon Air Ambulance. He rode 32 miles from Meeth to Braunton with Henry Cousins and has smashed his target, raising valuable funds for a great cause. Well done to both boys!
Daisy Craner-Watts (Y10) won the online choreographic challenge set by the British Ballet Organisation. Together with her friend Hallie, Daisy created a performance inspired by the theme ‘Lockdown is…’
Congratulations to both girls on winning this prestigious challenge.