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17:33 PM - 16 Jul 2018

Retweeted From The Globe Players

We enjoyed our first visit to today with Macbeth for year 7!

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08:38 AM - 10 Jul 2018

Thank you to the brilliant () for an enjoyable and engaging lecture on yesterday morning! https://t.co/RLr53sSsIQ

06:51 AM - 9 Jul 2018

Retweeted From ChildrensBookProject

This is wonderful! A huge thank you to the generous families at - an amazing array of books and some fabulous summer reading for children with few books of their own. Thank you for sharing your stories ☀️☀️☀️ https://t.co/oAh5OABwnF

14:51 PM - 6 Jul 2018

Wishing the very best of luck to our students doing their Silver treks this weekend. You'll be great! Lots of water and sunscreen needed!

14:49 PM - 6 Jul 2018

Retweeted From Alex B

Thanks so much to Hinchley Wood Primary and for the 177 amazing books donated to this morning! All will now be sorted and distributed to primary schools across London. 📚📚📚

08:16 AM - 6 Jul 2018

We are looking forward to ’s lecture to the Year 10 cohort on Monday on of the Flies.

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1014418977978712064

09:01 AM - 4 Jul 2018

We are very much looking forward to welcoming our brand new Year 7 students to school today. They have a busy day ahead of them! https://t.co/yZEWwAHgGT

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16:35 PM - 2 Jul 2018

The final trek has been done, the Severn Bridge has been crossed and we are on our way back home after a grand practice weekend, ready for the big one next week! The students have done marvellously well in challenging temperatures - well done everyone! https://t.co/2QbUoLdmLc

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17:03 PM - 1 Jul 2018

A great day trekking, if not a tad warm! https://t.co/kOqaapY7hv

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15:14 PM - 30 Jun 2018

Our silver Duke of Edinburgh team are busy setting up their tents! https://t.co/4OPvrDeNxg

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CCF

Students have the opportunity to apply to join the Combined Cadet Force at the start of Years 9 or 10 and continue until the end of their school career.  We are fortunate to partner with Reed’s Independent School in Cobham and meet there on Monday afternoons after school – offering training and activities in both the RAF and Army sections.

The aim of the CCF is to engender a sense of public service and to develop qualities of teamwork, resilience, self-reliance, responsibility, resourcefulness and leadership in young people.  It is run along military lines but is not intended to be a recruitment vehicle for the Armed Services.

The CCF is run by Officers and staff from both schools as well as by sixth form Cadet Non-Commissioned Officers.  Cadets take part in overnight exercises and camps across the year and have the opportunity to take part in flying, station visits, shooting days, various competitions, military skills, adventure training and other activities.  Overseas trips are arranged each year to such places as Cyprus for scuba diving and South Africa for bush craft and survival.  Cadets in Year 10 are able to complete their Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award.

A subscription is payable for each year and covers costs for activities within the UK.

For further information about the CCF, please see the links on this page and/or contact:  

Pilot Officer Caroline Ellis – Royal Airforce Air Cadets (RAFAC) 

 cellis@hinchleywoodschool.co.uk

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CCF Review of the Year 31st Jan 2017 Download