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The posts in this blog have been written by members of our 6th Form - pupils and staff.

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  • Voting cartoon

    Published 04/07/17, by Sixth Form Blog

    By Molly W

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  • A new age for the 6th Form library

    Published 04/07/17, by Natalie Robinson (Deleted)

    By Molly W

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  • Learning to spot a liar

    Published 16/05/17, by Sixth Form Blog

    By Beth S

    Never be fooled again! Learn how to spot a liar. 

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  • An Interview With Mr Pompeo

    Published 16/05/17, by Sixth Form Blog

    Mr Pompeo reveals his thoughts on the school going co-ed and his love of Swedish music

    By Laura H, Cecily W and Megan P

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  • 6th Form College - Headteacher's Blog

    Published 09/05/17, by Jeanette Ariano

    So, the examination season is upon us and I am very impressed by the calmness and determination of the students in U6th. The IB final exams and Language orals for A Level having been running for the last week or so and I am grateful to the many teaching and support staff who have been involved with the invigilation schedule, even on Bank Holiday Monday – the International Baccalaureate  being no respecter of a national Bank Holiday. Lower 6th students of Maths, Classical Civilisation and Russian will also have public exams shortly, being the last year of the modular system.

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  • 6th Form College - Headteacher's Blog

    Published 30/03/17, by Jeanette Ariano

    Attending the IB Visual Arts exhibition at the end of last week and the West Road concerto concert this week, I was keenly aware that I teach in a remarkable school. It may be an extreme thought but I confess that I find myself musing whether there is actually any point to studying subjects other than the creative and performing arts!

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  • Can We All Be #GIRLBOSS[es]?

    Published 28/03/17, by Sixth Form Blog

    Book review : #GIRLBOSS

    by Cynthia Chiu

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  • Pretty in Pink? 🚺

    Published 16/03/17, by Sixth Form Blog

    Women's role in society has expanded and grown throughout history and now their image is catching up.

    By Alex Cullen and Kitty Pickthorn 

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  • Whiskers, Tails and Everything Nice. 

    Published 07/03/17, by Sixth Form Blog

    Whiskers, Tails and Everything Nice. 

    Raise the curtains, let’s reveal what goes on behind the glamourous ‘Cats’ production at the Senior School.

    Cynthia Chiu

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  • March Music Update : The Chainsmokers - 'Memories Do Not Open'.

    Published 07/03/17, by Sixth Form Blog

    Music Update / March - The Chainsmokers

    Cynthia Chiu

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  • Japanese Exchange 2017 - In Cambridge with Teddy - the prequel!

    Published 08/02/17, by Aisling Brown

    The thrilling prequel to our last blog about the journey of the Stephen Perse teddy!

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  • Cambridge and Kindertransport

    Published 08/02/17, by e4 education

    Mike Levy, currently undertaking a PhD at Anglia Ruskin University, gave a fascinating talk to members of History society yesterday, on Cambridge’s role in the Kindertransport project of the 1930s. 

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