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  • The Week of Living Vogue-ically

    Published 14/10/16
    As part of my theological study, I read A. J. Jacobs’ magisterial work ‘The Year of Living Biblically’, in which he takes every biblical commandment literally and abides by them. For one whole year. Inspirational stuff, we can all agree, notably his righteous stoning of an adulterer, and ability to find a seat in New York City that had not been patronised by a menstruating woman.
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  • Hockey Team News

    Published 14/10/16
    Our Senior hockey team has got off to a great start this half term, showing really great potential at the County tournament, winning some games and always putting up a good fight in those we've lost. hockey
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  • Debate Night!

    Published 14/10/16
    Just in case you need a laugh after watching the real thing!
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  • Amantani

    Published 03/05/16
    Do you want to climb Snowdon? A sponsored walk up Snowdon will take place on the 17th-18th June to raise money for Amantani. Amantani is a charity based in Peru that aims to help children access education in rural areas. Children in the most isolated areas of Peru often have to walk up to 8 hours to get to and from school, leaving them exhausted, too tired to learn. Amantani has set set up boarding houses for the children, near their schools so that they can get the most out of their education. The time that they would spend walking to and from school is spent on  "academic support classes, extra-curricular activities, personal development workshops and community outreach projects".
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  • Say YES to NCS!

    Published 27/04/16
    Do you want a fun packed summer and develop loads of valuable skills?logo.png Then sign up for National Citizen Service! 
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  • Visiting Speaker - Erica Segre

    Published 27/04/16
    On 26 April, Spanish students from Lower Sixth received a highly insightful and inspirational talk from Erica Segre, lecturer in Latin American Studies at Trinity College, on Rosario Castellanos - a pioneer of Latin American literature and the feminist movement in literature during the 1950's.
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  • Study-stress reliever

    Published 27/04/16
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OLrYzY3jVPY
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  • Untitled

    Published 20/04/16

    INTRODUCING THE BLOG!

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  • Donate to CalAid!

    Published 19/04/16
    calaidPlease give as generously as you can to this fantastic cause - following the cancellation of Friday's Ceilidh.
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