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Successful ‘Big Interview Day’ for students

Successful ‘Big Interview Day’ for students

80 Sixth Form students participated in the tenth and highly prestigious ‘Big Interview Day’, with employees from IBM and senior professionals from other businesses in attendance. The aim of the day is to give students an insight into life after secondary education.

Successful Readathon challenge

Successful Readathon challenge

Earlier this year students in Year 7 and 8 spent an enjoyable week reading as many books as they could for the ‘Read for Good’ sponsored reading challenge. HGS has supported Read for Good for 10 years and this year saw an impressive £2777 raised.

A Level Design exhibition

A Level Design exhibition

Thursday 21 June, 6.30-8.30pm
Come along and celebrate the success of our year 13 Art and Design and Technology students with their annual A Level exhibition, held in the Design rooms.

Young chef cooks up a Nordic storm

Young chef cooks up a Nordic storm

Chef Seb, aged 17, was given the opportunity to hold his first tasting menu at Hoxton North, a London inspired coffee shop and restaurant on Wednesday 25th April. The five course menu wowed customers with one stating; “this is a future Michelin star chef in the making”…

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PTA Gin festival featuring Slingsby

PTA Gin festival featuring Slingsby

We are delighted to invite you to our first ever Gin Festival on Friday 15 June. Tickets are £15 and includes entrance, your first drink, Yorkshire tapas and a balloon gin glass. Don’t miss out on an evening of fun experiencing the very best of gin…

Celebrating Oxbridge success

Celebrating Oxbridge success

We are incredibly proud of our students and their achievements, three of which could see The University of Cambridge as their home. This talented group of Sixth Formers have all received offers from the university to study there in September 2018 depending on results.

‘Thank you for the music’ – a huge success

‘Thank you for the music’ – a huge success

‘Thank you for the music’ was a hugely successful concert, it showcased the talents of students and featured two extremely poignant videos of Dom singing. The evening raised awareness of mental health issues in young people and raised over £4000 for the three charities the Sowa family are championing.

Please help Cameron get the votes he deserves

Please help Cameron get the votes he deserves

Cameron has Celebral Palsy but he has never let that define him instead he has set up a football club, Adversity United, for boys and girls aged 6-12 with physical, social, behavioural or cerebral challenges to provide them with the opportunity to achieve their dreams.