Huge congratulations to the Year 10 Boys Basketball team winning the competiton at the Copper Box! !


Boys Relay Trophy


Ange bringing home the 4x100m relay gold medal!


4x100 Boys Relay Team winners


Ange Boys Shot Put


Alisha Girls 200m


Mike Boys 300m 2nd


Kyle-Luke Boys Triple Jump


Obi Boys Discus 3rd


Iremide Boys Long Jump 3rd


Memphis Boys High Jump 1st


Nile – 80m Boys Hurdles 1st


Year 7 Boys in action against Archbishop Tenison. Arfan demonstrating his power and determination. The boys won comfortably.


The Year 10 Girls closing the Step into Dance Competition.


Russell, Tyrese and Donnell were on 🔥yesterday as the Y8 rugby team beat Archbishop Tennisons


The Year 10 girls ready for their step into dance competition!


Some of the Athletics squad enjoy a masterclass on Shot Putt from Mr Dwemoh. Getting prepared Federation.


Yr 10 Sports Leaders were superb in achieving the Game Force Award by running a Basketball Tournament for 5 local Primary Schools


Info evening for our potential World Challengers! leading the talk and Ms. Denison sharing her experience of WC #45


The good times keep on-rolling: two trophies in a week for the Year 9 Football Team

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  • Do you know why the conflicts currently happening in the world even started?
  • Do you know why some countries are friends and others are enemies?
  • Why is it people say that history is repeating itself when certain things happen?

Studying History can give you answers to these big questions.

Studying history GCSE will give you the chance to learn how the Britain and the wider world has been shaped by conflict, extremism and inspiring individuals.  You will get the chance to study fascinating and important turning points of the past 1000 years, and see how people view these events in very different ways.

Over the two years you will learn about how attitudes to Crime and punishment have changed over time; about how the world came to the brink of World War Three; and how Hitler turned Germany in to a country of fear, secrecy and control.


History GCSE will help you do just that!

Students at GCSE undergo a rigorous curriculum involving a variety of modules including:

Paper 1: Thematic Study and Historic environment

Option 10: Crime and punishment in Britain, c1000–present and Whitechapel, c1870-c1900: crime, policing and the inner city


Paper 2: Period Study and British Depth Study

Option B4: Early Elizabethan England, 1558–88 

Option 26/27: Superpower relations and the Cold War, 1941–91


Paper 3: Modern Depth Study

Option 31: Weimar and Nazi Germany, 1918–39


Future pathways:

  • Law
  • Politics
  • Journalism
  • Business