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Unbeaten at the New Hall School Festival

The U11A were in action recently, travelling to Chelmsford to take part in the New Hall Festival. 

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  • ​LGBT History Month

    The Juniors and Seniors collaborated to mark the end of LGBT History month this week in the form of two seminars. 

  • ​​Maritime Detectives

    The Upper Seconds had a great time in Portsmouth on Tuesday, where they visited the Mary Rose Museum and got the chance to handle replica Tudor artefacts in their attempt to puzzle out what they could learn about life on board a ship five hundred years ago.

  • SPS Monologues competition

    Seven young actors from the Third Years absolutely wowed the audience this week at the SPS Monologues Competition.

  • ​Recital Choir Visits Magdalene College and St Paul’s Cathedral

    This has been an exciting and busy week for the Recital Choir. After an intense rehearsal period they joined with the senior choir and headed to Magdalene College, Cambridge on Saturday to sing the evensong service.

  • ​Professor Clive Page Talks to Upper Third Year About Animal Testing

    The Upper Third Year had an informative and fascinating talk about animal testing from the eminent Professor Clive Page during Thursday’s assembly. 

  • UK BEBRAS Computational Thinking Challenge

    The UK BEBRAS Computational Thinking Challenge is designed to get students excited about computing and computational thinking. 

  • Drama Camps

    Book now for 2019’s Easter and Summer Drama camps at SPJ. 

  • Rugby news

    Saturday brought the annual U10 Rugby Festival to Lonsdale Road, always a lovely occasion of rugby under blue skies on a crisp early winter morning.

  • Sketchbook of the Week

    This week we are showcasing the work of the Lower 3rd boys. 

  • Car Trouble at SPJ: Debating

    In the fifth of six heats, the SPJ House Debating Club discussed whether or not we should allow machines to drive cars. Beech proposed the motion, represented by Daniel Harden (U3W), Alp Karadogan (L3W) and Elijah Houtondji (U2N), while Oak opposed it, led by Thomas Homes (U3K), Aarav Kushagra (U2A) and Leo Walton (U3M).