08:19 AM - 26 Mar 2021

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Part 2.. Well done to everyone involved!

11:50 AM - 18 Mar 2021

The latest House Newsletter can be viewed at:

09:25 AM - 17 Mar 2021

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Check out some of the brilliant entries from our KS3 house music competition. Part 1..

09:25 AM - 17 Mar 2021

All of our Year 7 students have taken part in a virtual theatre performance and workshop this morning on the topic of Pedestrian Safety – a very enjoyable show! Thank you to the company Performance In Education for organising this session for us.

14:01 PM - 15 Mar 2021

PART TIME SCHOOL CLEANER VACANCY - We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic cleaner with a positive ‘can do’ attitude to join our friendly premises team:

15:00 PM - 1 Mar 2021

CONGRATULATIONS to Edward in Year 9 who won first prize in a Languages Competition run by the British Academy, which brings together researchers from universities across the UK to run outreach events to encourage the study of languages.

15:50 PM - 1 Feb 2021

"Another amazing piece of 'lockdown poetry' by Amelia in Year 11"

12:14 PM - 29 Jan 2021

"An amazing piece of work form a student who would like to remain anonymous!"

13:15 PM - 20 Jan 2021

"The Wear Something Festive fundraiser at the end of last term raised £871.50 which was split between the 5 year group charities - Thank You!"

11:06 AM - 20 Jan 2021

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Our first House Challenges of 2021 are now live! You have two weeks to complete both of these challenges..Good Luck!

Latest News

Posted on: 18/05/2017

Bands Battle it Out at Hinchley Wood

A real Battle of the Bands was witnessed at a special concert hosted by a group of Year 10 BETEC students on Friday 12 May.

All aspects of the event were organised by the students from coming up with the idea, pitching to Mr Bartlett, arranging refreshments and finally staging the concert; they also raised £200 for the Anthony Nolan charity in the process!

Five accomplished bands from Years 8, 9 and 10 performed in the competition, which culminated in a nail-biting audience vote to decide the winner, which, after much deliberation was Year 12 soul and blues band The Motive.

The Motive, comprising Nate Brazier (lead vocals and sax), Max Elliott (keyboard and vocals), Jamie Royle (drums), Oscar Williams (lead guitar) and Ned Woodcock (bass guitar), have been making music together for just over a year. The talented young musicians performed their debut gig last year at the Vera Fletcher Hall, as a support act to the highly-acclaimed Beatles4EverUK tribute band. Since then, they have been warmly received at several local venues.  As a prize for their win the band will be appearing live on stage at the 26th annual Surbiton Festival in September.

They will also be supporting Beatles4EverUK again at Imbercourt on Friday 7 July 2017. Tickets available from or text 07886 665493.