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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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  • Walking in the footsteps of rebels...

    Published 15/12/17

    6th Form students take a historic walking tour on a wintry day.

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  • Art meets science through the Protein Data Bank

    Published 13/12/17

    6th Form student sees her artwork selected for the PDBe's 2018 calendar

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  • Equestrian success at the NSEA Championships

    Published 01/11/17

    Congratulations are in order for Anna and Casper at the NSEA Championships.

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  • Writing with The Guardian

    Published 20/10/17

    The Guardian Newspaper Day on 17th October saw students step into a journalist's shoes.

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  • Silver Duke of Edinburgh adventure

    Published 18/10/17

    Early on on a Tuesday morning, we gathered at Latham Road ready for three long days of walking in the Peak District. The minibuses were loaded up with all our kit and we were off! Three hours later, we had arrived in the Peaks and were greeted with the cold winds of the North. We had each brought items of food for the trip and were carrying them along with two tents, two trangia stoves and the methylated spirit shared between the six of us.

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  • A new age for the 6th Form library

    Published 04/07/17

    By Molly W

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  • 6th Form College - Headteacher's Blog

    Published 09/05/17

    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

    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

    Book review : #GIRLBOSS

    by Cynthia Chiu

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  • Pretty in Pink? 🚺

    Published 16/03/17

    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

    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

    Music Update / March - The Chainsmokers

    Cynthia Chiu

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  • Cambridge and Kindertransport

    Published 08/02/17

    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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  • Darwin College Lecture Series

    Published 08/02/17
    University_of_Cambridge_coat_of_arms_official.svgDarwin College's 2017 lecture series continues in the coming weeks. This year's theme is 'Extremes' - fairly topical at the moment. However, the lectures are not only on politics; there is 'Extreme Rowing', 'Extremes of the Universe' and 'Reporting from Extreme Environments' as well as 'Extreme Politics' all still to come. The talks are really interesting and accessible, and free!
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  • Japanese Exchange 2017 - In Cambridge with Teddy!

    Published 03/02/17

    The amazing adventures of the Stephen Perse teddy continue here in Cambridge, before he joins the exchange trip to Japan next week!

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  • Fashion Industry Work Experience

    Published 24/01/17
    There is an opportunity for some work experience with one of our alumni - Samata Pattinson. She has advertised a work experience placement on her upcoming event 'The Tribe' - an event all about empowering women.
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  • The 39 Steps

    Published 24/01/17
    Tickets are on sale NOW for the production of The 39 Steps! 11 Sixth Form students will play a total of 130 characters in this play with drama, high-jinks, plot twists, slapstick comedy, silly accents and lots of moustaches guaranteed!
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  • Spring History Forum

    Published 24/01/17
    The annual Cambridge History Forum is coming up on Saturday 4th March with the theme 'Revolutionaries and Revolutions' at Selwyn College. The day runs from 10.00-13.15 and consists of three lectures:
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