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Writing in Isolation

Leighton Park School students have been hard at work throughout the lockdown on a project called ‘Writing in Isolation’.

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Sibford School achieves eco-school status

Eco-Schools awarded Sibford School their green flag status after working on a number of initiatives.

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Marathon success for The Mount School

Pupils of The Mount School have achieved marathon success with their running efforts! The two sisters have run the equivalent of a marathon – an incredible 42.2km!

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Sisters Sew Their Support

Students of Leighton Park have been hard at work to help make key workers a little more comfortable by making face mask extenders.

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North Yorkshire’s First All Steinway School

The Mount School in York became the first school in North Yorkshire to gain the internationally recognised designation as an ‘all Steinway school’.

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Bootham School’s Christian Aid Fundraiser

Bootham School students have been hard at work planning and running their Christian Aid fundraiser. Find out how they got on.

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The Tenner Challenge at Leighton Park

Year 7 students at Leighton Park have been putting their business skills to the test to raise money for charity with the profits from their Tenner Challenge.

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Quaker Values in Education One-Day Conference

This Quaker Values in Education conference welcomes all to workshop key values in publicly funded schools and the health and purpose of education.

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Mount girls celebrate GCSE excellence

The Mount School York are once again celebrating GCSE excellence seeing some stunning achievements from a range of subjects and many girls have exceeded expectations.

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The Mount School Hosts IET Faraday Challenge

The Mount hosted teams of pupils from Fulford School, Joseph Rowntree School and Manor Academy for the annual Faraday Challenge from the Institute of Engineering and Technology.

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Pole vaulting success for Sidcot School

Exciting news for one of Sidcot Schools students who has just placed first in the South West England Regional Pole Vaulting Championships.

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Friends all around the world

When Old Leightonian Jeremy Baster (R1964) realised that he would be spending a few weeks in Hong Kong, a place where he knew no one, he contacted the Alumni and Development office to see if we could help.  

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Everything stops for tea!

International students at Sibford School have been treated to a quintessential British tradition – afternoon tea.

Find out how they got on.

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Ancient Ancestors Museum at William Penn School

Fry Class at William Penn School held a museum showcasing all their learning about ancient Britain, from the Stone Age through to the Iron Age.

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New EYFS playground for Bootham School

Take a look at the brand new EYFS playground that’s been installed at Bootham School. It’s been a real hit with staff, students and parents.

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Chaigeley School mental well being day

Staff and learners at Chaigeley School joined in on a mental well being themed day to learn more about conditions and raise awareness for mental health.

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Inventor of the thermostat controls for the cordless kettle visits Sibford

The inventor of the thermostat control for cordless kettles is a new school guest speaker and delivered a fantastic motivational talk at Sibford School.

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Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Expedition

The students at Ackworth School have just completed their bronze expedition for their Duke of Edinburgh award.

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Speech Day at Friends’ School Lisburn

Speech Day was held at Friends’ School on Friday 7 September, when certificates and progress files were handed out to those who had completed AS and A-level examinations in 2018.

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Breckenbrough achieve the National Quality in Careers Standard

Breckenbrough has been recognised for its outstanding careers with a national award. Congratualtions to all at the school!

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