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  • The Year in Music

    16/07/18

    It has been another fantastic year in music! The dedication shown in the extra-curricular life of the department has been outstanding.

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  • Visit from David Drew MP

    16/07/18

    On 25 May, David Drew MP visited Archway to talk to our Scholars Programme students, both current and past,  to find out from them what topics they had been studying and how being part of the Brilliant Club has given them some thought about going to university. 

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  • Trip to South Africa

    13/07/18

    23 intrepid students were accompanied by three teachers from Archway School for the trip of a lifetime to South Africa over the Easter break.

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  • Sponsored Walk for Sport Relief

    13/07/18

    On Thursday 29th March, 73 members of Archway’s esteemed Sixth Form took part in a sponsored walk for Sport Relief.

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  • Student Experience Day at Superdry

    13/07/18

    On Friday 27th April I went to Superdry’s headquarters in Cheltenham.

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  • Year 9 Rugby

    26/03/18

    Our Y9 Rugby team have had a great season.

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  • Softball

    26/03/18

    Last year saw HUGE success in softball.   Mark Saunders (ex-GB player and GB coach) and I received funding and set up the Archway Softball Academy.

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  • Year 10 Science Trip to University of Bristol

    26/03/18

    As part of Careers Week a group of Year 10 students visited the University of Bristol for a science afternoon.

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  • Veganuary for Archway Food Students at Forest Green Rovers¬†¬†

    26/03/18

    28 Year 9 and 10 Food students were right on trend when they started the new year with a visit to Forest Green Rovers to develop their understanding of the vegan diet and to make some typical match day food.

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  • Year 12 Biology Conservation Field Trip with the Royal Agricultural University¬†

    26/03/18

    On a bright March morning, 15 A Level Biology students set out into the Gloucestershire countryside on a field trip hosted by the Royal Agricultural University.

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