The Brilliant Club

A group of year 10 and 12 students attended the Brilliant Club this Friday. The students were all fantastic and represented us really well. Everyone commented on how much they enjoyed the launch of the programme and are looking forward to learning more in the tutorials. Year 10 are learning about clinical neuroscience and when humans begin to feel pain and Year 12 are learning about politics and voting trends focusing on whether to vote or not. The Brilliant Club encourages students from non-selective schools to apply for places at the prestigious Russel Group Universities.

Carols at Beaumont Care Home

Students went to Beaumont Care Home to sing carols for the elderly residents. There was also a performance of a Christmas themed story by the drama club students. A good time was had by all.

Christmas Carol Concert

There was a wonderful Christmas Carol Concert last night at St James’ Church in Bushey. The students were wonderful singing a range of songs from traditional hymns to Boney M. The professionalism of the students and quality of the music was outstanding. Well done and thank you to Ms Anderson and Ms Reuiters for all their hard work. The singers will now go to Watford General Hospital to entertain the children of Starfish Ward and Beaumont Care Home to spread some Christmas cheer.

 

6th Form Christmas Fair

On Friday 21st December there will be a Christmas fair during break time. This is in support of Centre Point, a charity that supports young homeless people. 
There will be;
  • Christmas theme photo booth
  • Guess the number of sweets in the jar competition
  • Guess the name of the teddy competition
  • Cake and snack stand

Christmas Jumper Day

Christmas Jumper Day 21st December 2018. Students are to wear school trousers / skirts and shoes. £1 from every student goes to the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Carol Singing at Bushey Station

Students braved the cold weather and a 6:30 start to raise money for charity. The carol singers at Bushey Station today raised £531.06 for Herts Inclusive Theatre. The public’s generosity was much appreciated.