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  • The Rt Hon John McDonnell MP visits Barnhill

    Published 09/02/24

    Barnhill Parliamentarians meet with our local MP

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  • Chemistry Olympiad 2024

    Published 07/02/24

    Our year 12 chemists recently sat the Chemistry Olympiad 2024, a worldwide competition held by the Royal Society of Chemistry, with over 10,000 participants.

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  • Barnhill VITH Form Students Set Example as Positive Role Models

    Published 07/02/24

    The students of Barnhill Sixth Form are stepping up to the plate and making a difference as positive role models. These students have taken on various leadership roles and are serving as mentors for younger students.

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  • Poesiae Contest

    Published 07/02/24

    Eighteen of our outstanding linguists at Barnhill recently demonstrated their talents in the prestigious Spanish poetry competition, Poesiae, which drew participation from 250 schools worldwide. This incredible event serves as a platform not only for linguistic excellence but also for the development of oracy skills and self-confidence. We celebrated their achievements in an assembly, where certificates were awarded to all participants. It was a moment of pride and accomplishment for everyone involved.

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  • Chilling with Science

    Published 07/02/24

    Year 10 students had a very nice experience when they embarked on a captivating journey into the realm of science that went far beyond their regular lessons. The excitement kicked in when they began exploring fascinating topics such as changes of state and covalent bonding, injecting an extra dose of curiosity into their day.

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  • 'Drawing' a crowd for Save the Children

    Published 02/02/24

    Barnhill’s Sixth Form team organised its first Art exhibition where prints of GCSE and A level art work were auctioned during a recent Parents' Evening with all proceeds going to the charity Save the Children.

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  • The Duke of Edinburgh's Award

    Published 31/01/24

    The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is a program designed to encourage and recognize young people's achievements in a range of activities, including volunteering, physical fitness, and outdoor exploration. The program is open to young people aged 14 to 24 and is divided into three levels: Bronze, Silver, and Gold.

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  • Students get a master class in song writing

    Published 26/01/24

    People often hear songs and assume that they are made by “one chance in a lifetime” singers or multi-millionaire record producers, something that is unattainable for almost everybody. But this couldn’t be further from the truth, and this is something that Year 10 music students learnt recently thanks to a visit from a professional singer-songwriter.

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  • Prince‚Äôs Trust students looking to the future

    Published 16/01/24

    Y11 Prince’s Trust students visited Uxbridge College on Tuesday 16th January.

    Students were given a tour of the college and had talks from members of staff about the different courses and pathways.

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  • Winter Concert

    Published 20/12/23

    The longest school term is drawing to an end. Days are becoming shorter. The weather is forcing us into coats, scarfs and mittens. Yet, despite all of this, the Winter Concert has never failed to warm us and energise us as music teachers!

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  • Prince's Trust students serve up a treat for local super seniors

    Published 20/12/23

    Each year, as part of their contribution to the community and Prince's Trust programme, students are required to organise a community event.  They planned a tea party for 40 senior members of our community.  It was a very traditional afternoon tea of sandwiches and cake presented and served beautifully.

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  • Traditional comedy transcends all language in Pantoland

    Published 20/12/23

    O yes it does!

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