Moroccan adventure

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

The school was enormously proud when day student, Alice Robinson, was awarded Mid Sussex Young Volunteer of the Year in 2014 – particularly so as Alice is very modest about the staggering amount of voluntary work she tackles on a regular basis. During Autumn half term Alice went out to Morocco with the organisation Original…

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Berlin history trip

Wednesday, 14 January 2015

The wider curriculum at Worth School is very much proof of the importance the school places on the balance between classroom lessons and learning about life in the broader context. Between 3rd and 5th January a group of 31 Sixth Form historians travelled to Berlin, once capital of the Kingdom of Prussia and Imperial Germany….

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Head of French is cricket-playing volunteer for HIV/AIDs charity

Wednesday, 07 January 2015

Coaching cricket to Kenyans for a charitable cause was not on Worth School’s Head of French’s New Year wish list this time last year. But as a two-week trip to Kenya with the HIV/AIDs charity Cricket Without Boundaries has proven, what a difference a year can make. Here Mlle Brenot describes the impact becoming a volunteer…

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Trip to global geoscience company inspires Worth’s Sixth Formers

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Workshops and conversations with leading geophysicists at CGG provide opportunity to see what makes a top flier in this sector. On 3rd December, 14 of our Sixth Form students had the chance to find out more about a career in one of the leading global geoscience companies, CGG, by spending the day at one of…

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A literal and spiritual journey

Monday, 08 December 2014

Walking the ancient Camino pilgrimage routes means travelling light from start to end. Unburdened of our everyday trappings and routine, for many the walk becomes part of their spiritual journey. This summer, Mr Paul Ambridge (Physics teacher and Housemaster) returned to tackle another stretch of the Camino. Here he tells the School’s Head of Geography…

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Head Master meets school leaders from around the world

Over Easter I went with Fr Peter and Mr Gushurst-Moore to Rome for a conference of Benedictine school leaders from around the world. There were about 170 monks, nuns and lay school leaders from dozens of countries, and from schools that at one level are vastly different, but at another have hugely important things in…

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