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  • Gardening Club’s First Crop

    Published 15/06/22

    Yielding great results 

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  • Soccer Aid for UNICEF 2022

    Published 12/06/22

    Barnhill Students cheer on England

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  • Artistic Jubilations

    Published 07/06/22

    A Portrait fit for a Queen 

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  • Ukraine Crisis ​​​​​​​

    Published 03/05/22

    Lending our Support 

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  • New Etonians! ​​​​​​​

    Published 27/04/22

    Brilliant Barnhill students secure a place at Eton’s Summer School 

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  • Getting 'Physic-al' Online! ​​​​​​​

    Published 25/04/22

    Barnhill student wins gold award in science competition 

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  • ‘Water’ great experience! ​​​​​​​

    Published 21/04/22

    Science & Engineering in action 

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  • Students very much ‘en Vogue’ ​​​​​​​

    Published 08/04/22

    Nagad & Sabirin get to strike a pose! 

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  • A Musical Interlude

    Published 14/03/22

    The Modulo Project - Orchestrating opportunities for young musicians

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  • New Barnhill Record for Recital of 'Pi'

    Published 14/03/22

    Pi - May not be to everyone's taste but 17 students had the appetite for it on 14th March!

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  • World Book Day

    Published 03/03/22

    Barnhill Staff celebrated WBD 2022 on Thursday 3rd of March with a range of activities for our pupils such as the masked reader in which students had to guess which teacher reads the text, creative design of bookmarks to promote the value of reading. 

    Staff's literary character dressing up which aimed to enrich students' cultural capital/appreciation for reading and department book recommendation posters designed by Mr Dixon. Well done to  the English Department won the best dressed department prize!

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  • Boccia Tournament

    Published 22/02/22

    On Tuesday 22nd February, the sports leadership team attended and coached a boccia tournament. The game boccia is a way for communities to come together and take part in an accessible way. First, we started with a briefing on how to play the game and then the primary schools who had come from across London started to arrive. We were then split up into pairs and managed a court each. Before the tournament had started, we needed to make sure each team new how to play boccia. Overall, I am grateful for this experience and learning how to teach and play a new sport. Finally, we wanted to make sure each child had a brilliant time and were all included.

    By Elouise 


     

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