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Speech and Drama Awards - Well done everyone

Speech and Drama Awards - Well done everyone

  Giving students the opportunity to develop their confidence in all aspects of Speech and Drama has always been an important aspect of the College.  When students leave us to study at the university of their choice or to undertake employment and/or further training,... read more

England netball captain coaches College pupils

England netball captain coaches College pupils

On Wednesday 3rd of February some of the Y10 Netball team were lucky enough to receive coaching from the England Netball Captain, Sara Bayman. Sara has just competed in the recent test series against Australia, which some of our girls attended with the Girls PE department…you... read more

Single-seater champion Morris signs British GT deal with Team Parker

Single-seater champion Morris signs British GT deal with Team Parker

Seb Morris was only at the College for a short period of time before he swapped his studies for a career in motor racing, but in this time his mother was kind enough to say - " It has been really refreshing for us as parents to be involved with a school that embraces... read more

Duke of Edinburgh success

Congratulations to those students who have recently completed their Duke of Edinburgh Award. Well done to Head Girl Eleanor Parker who is the first student in the 'Summer 2015' cohort to complete her Gold Award.  Ellie received her badge in this week's assembly and now awaits her invitation to St James' Palace to be presented with her certificate. Congratulations also go to Abbie Platts, Al... read more

College pupils prove to be a dominant force

College pupils prove to be a dominant force

On Saturday 30th January, Leah and Dan Jennings took part in their latest tournament, the Badminton Wales Wrexham Junior Open. Both Leah and Dan have been regulars in their respective age group  County Badminton teams this season, however individual events gives them an o... read more

Fencing in Riga - our students certainly see the world!

Fencing in Riga - our students certainly see the world!

Edward Jordan in Year 8 was lucky enough to experience international competition recently and he wanted to share his experience.  Edward has outlined his time in Latvia and we would like to thank him for taking the time to put the article together.   I was lucky eno... read more

Good luck Kate

Good luck Kate

Sixth Form student Kate Merrick has always been a very keen and able tennis player, but she is hoping that her dedication, hard work and talent will take her to ‘the next level’ with regards to her development within the sport.  Kate has outlined her commitments and re... read more

Could velcro suspend you from a ceiling?

Could velcro suspend you from a ceiling?

Recently, three pupils have been awarded Bronze CREST awards for their research project completed in 2015. These nationally recognised awards are endorsed by the British Science Association and the Bronze award requires a minimum of 15 hours of research – this... read more

College pupils are 'Jumping For Joy' at Liverpool International Horse Show

College pupils are 'Jumping For Joy' at Liverpool International Horse Show

Abbey Gate College students Goldie and Red Morgan were celebrating recently after taking part in the Liverpool International Horse Show. Held at the Echo Arena over three days, the show welcomed over 30,000 visitors to watch local and national show jumpers, including brother... read more

Have you ever stitched a wound in a pig's foot?!

Have you ever stitched a wound in a pig's foot?!

Recently, a number of our talented Lower Sixth and Year 11 students attended a fascinating Medical Education Conference hosted at Oswestry School. The day was an opportunity for our students to find out more about the many possibilities a medical degree could open up for... read more