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CCF Easter Camp

In the first week of the Easter holidays, members of the CCF contingent took part in a six-day-long military training camp, based at Brunswick Camp in Pirbright. The 28 cadets benefited from several challenging, military training activities as well as a day’s sailing adventure on the Solent. Some of the activities included TIBUA (blank firing in a built-up area) at a purpose-built training facility in Longmoor; shooting practice at different ranges and positions at an indoor electronic laser range; first aid training; and a full-bore range day on Ash Ranges, which saw all cadets achieving the next level of shooti…

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CCF Easter Camp

In the first week of the Easter holidays, members of the CCF contingent took part in a six-day-long military training camp, based at Brunswick Camp in Pirbright.

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Mandarin Trip to Taiwan

Mandarin students enjoyed an incredible school trip to Taiwan during the Easter holidays, which offered them a fantastic opportunity to immerse themselves in a vibrant and div…

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Newsletter Out Now

Our latest newsletter is out now, with a round-up of the term’s highlights! Click the link below to read it:

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Haileybury MUN Conference

Over the weekend of 15 to 17 March, 16 senior students travelled to Haileybury College for the biggest annual MUN conference in the UK.

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Angus Ross Concert

The final ‘big ticket’ event of the term was the Angus Ross Memorial Concert, which sees Grecians (Year 13s) perform concerto movements with the Symphony Orchestra in the …

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Law Debate

The annual CH Law Debate took place on 15 March; two teams debated the motion: ‘This House would force all criminals to attend their sentencing hearing’.

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Culture Shock

Culture Shock is an event that the school holds annually and is organised by the African Caribbean Society, with support from other inclusion groups. The event is a celebratio…

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Kitcher Society Lecture

For the last Kitcher Society meeting of the year, we were very lucky to see the return of the much beloved Fr Hux to the school after his departure to Gloucester Cathedral. Gi…

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Lecture: Shakespeare and Race

On 4 March, Director of Education at Shakespeare’s Globe, Professor Farah Karim-Cooper, gave a lecture on Shakespeare, race, and the history of the Globe Theatre.

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British Science Week Event

The Lord Mayor invited 15 students from the Royal Mathematical School at Christ’s Hospital to a prestigious event at 22 Bishopsgate on 15 March to celebrate British Science …

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Celebrating Mathematics with Bobby Seagull

Mathematician extraordinaire, Bobby Seagull, paid a visit to our school on 6 March to give an inspiring talk to the whole school. The event not only marked the 350th anniversa…

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National Youth Music Theatre Success

Christ’s Hospital is proud to announce that three of our talented students, Rose (Year 9), Amelie (Year 11), and Omowumi (Year 13), have been offered coveted places with the 2…

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