http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1263808620376047618

13:27 PM - 22 May 2020

“There will be no school work set over half term but we are launching a special fundraising challenge to raise money for NHS charities on behalf of the school community. We’d love you all (Staff, Students, Parents) to get involved!” https://t.co/8NWCQAFn0Y https://t.co/Aq2w39BAue

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1263770110034096128

10:54 AM - 22 May 2020

“Mr Murray is loving Death in 10 Minutes (a book about a radical suffragette). Mrs Adams is reading Goldfinch, a book recommended to her by Mrs Strevens and Mr Jacks is re-reading 1984. https://t.co/xcbHUMhyGL

10:42 AM - 22 May 2020

“Here are the shortlisted entries in the Lockdown Photography competition. Our judging panel will decide upon the top 3 which will be announced on Monday 1st June.” https://t.co/rnyOEg7Nz7

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1263739273850863616

08:51 AM - 22 May 2020

“Well done to everyone who submitted their Sally Up, Sally Down videos for this week’s PE challenge. Keep an eye out for the montage. Winners this week were LK with 390, followed by Frank 350, Nightingale, 320 and Hawking 220. Total scores (just for the PE Challenges) are: https://t.co/BtQMpThnxl

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1263737788069003264

08:45 AM - 22 May 2020

“We’re really impressed with Ania in Y8 who has joined a group to make PPE for local care homes and hospitals. Here are some of her first batch of face masks. We’d love to hear about students who are doing great work in the community. Pls email Mr Jacks with info of this kind”. https://t.co/qbxnaffiqu

21:23 PM - 21 May 2020

“Mr Murray is loving Death in 10 Minutes (a book about a radical suffragette). Mrs Adams is reading Goldfinch, a book recommended to her by Mrs Strevens and Mr Jacks is re-reading 1984.

16:11 PM - 21 May 2020

“Our Community Challenge for this week has now closed. There will be the shortlisted entries in the photography competition shared tomorrow at 13.00. We won’t be sharing letters students have written to care home residents but we are proud of the thoughtful letters written”

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1263425190417108993

12:03 PM - 21 May 2020

“Another great piece to share from yesterday's Wonderful Work Wednesday…This time some fantastic artwork created by a year 8 student as part of their Drama studies. Beautiful work!” https://t.co/dw1cckLqdC

11:15 AM - 21 May 2020

“More Wonderful Work. An excellent example of a short story created at home by a Year 9 student as part of their English work.”https://t.co/wupHZNgFOB

http://www.twitter.com/hinchleywschool/status/1263410879074369536

11:06 AM - 21 May 2020

“A special thank you to Lily in Y7 who took the time to send a lovely message to her form tutor yesterday for ‘Thank A Teacher Day’. It was very much appreciated, Lily!” https://t.co/tmTsAzOb2B

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CCF

Students have the opportunity to join the Combined Cadet Force at the start of the summer term towards the end of Year 9 and may continue until the end of their school career (subject to Contingent staff agreement). A school assembly will be run in the spring term in order to explain the range of activities available and to launch the application process – necessary as spaces are limited.

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 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 places such as Cyprus for scuba diving. Cadets in Year 10 may, potentially, complete their Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award if there is sufficient interest from both schools.

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

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

Flight Lieutenant Caroline Ellis – Royal Airforce Air Cadets (RAFAC) 

 cellis@hinchleywoodschool.co.uk

CCF Dates 2018/19

Cyprus Trip Letter 2018/19

CCF Information 2018/19