GCSE Art students find inspiration

Tuesday, 07 October 2014

In the words of one of last summer’s GCSE Art students here at Worth School: “Worth has a different way of thinking about Art – you are not just told to draw a picture. You are expected to think, generate ideas and let other artists influence how you look at pictures”. The four works in…

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Worth School’s Engineers in the Making

Tuesday, 30 September 2014

As last year’s Upper Sixth students head off for their next life challenges, equipped with A Level grades in science subjects and mathematics to be proud of, the School’s Head of Physics talks about how the first in this academic year’s programme of activities started to empower the next leavers to make their mark in…

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Through Courage and War

Tuesday, 09 September 2014

As commemorations continue to mark the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War 1 (the Great War), Worth School’s Year 9 and its Year 12 IB students are, second week into the new term, starting to explore the causes of the Great War as part of their academic studies. To help give the historical…

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Howzat for Nikki!

Wednesday, 03 September 2014

As this year’s cricket season draws to a close we catch up with Worth’s latest 1st X1 cricket team recruit – 16-year-old Nikki Chaudhuri in Year 12 – the first girl to make the team. She is also part of the U17s women’s squad for Surrey. Year 13 pupil, Laura Chow, talked to Nikki about…

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Windows at Worth get Matisse-inspired makeover

Friday, 15 August 2014

A design project by Year 8 has transformed what were run-of-the-mill windows in the refectory at Worth School into a kaleidoscope of colour.   Tasked with the challenge to bring more ‘wonder and delight’ to the School refectory, the pupils’ work has certainly hit the right mark, with feedback including praise such as, “Year 8…

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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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