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GeogSoc Conference raises money for charity

On Tuesday 8 October 200 pupils, parents, old Paulines and Partnership schools attended a sold-out Geography Conference in the Samuel Pepys Theatre on the theme of Urban Pollution. 

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  • Tazeen Ahmad Talks on Refugee Crisis

    This week we welcomed Tazeen Ahmad to come in as a guest for Geography Society to give a talk and screen her documentary on the refugee crisis.

  • Titus

    This term’s senior production was a visceral and thought-provoking interpretation of Shakespeare’s gruesome early work, Titus Andronicus.

  • Firefly at Goodwood

    After a term and a half’s worth of building, early March saw Team Firefly’s third car, FF03, ready to be tested at the legendary Goodwood.

  • Reigate Charity Rugby Sevens

    The start of March saw the 1st VII travelling to Reigate to compete in the Reigate Charity Rugby Sevens.

  • Hammersmith Head

    Congratulations to the J15 Rowing Squad for their performance at Hammersmith Head this weekend. 

  • ‘Cryptocurrency is not the Future of Money’

    Is cryptocurrency the future of money?

  • Art & Science Opening Night

    Yesterday saw the opening night of the Art & Science exhibition in the Milton Gallery. 

  • Christian List on Free Will

    The question of whether humans have free will is one that has divided philosophers for centuries, with compelling arguments being made by both sides as to whether we have actual choice over our actions.

  • Independent School’s Judo Tournament 2019

    On Saturday 23 February, the Judo team travelled to High Wycombe to participate in the 2019 Independent Schools’ Judo Tournament. Our team of eight students arrived in eager spirits and did exceptionally well to end the day in second place in the medal tally. 

  • Anosh Malik Trains With Middlesex CCC 1st XI

    During the February half term, Anosh Malik was selected to train with some of the Middlesex CCC 1st XI professional players for a camp in La Manga, Spain.