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A total of 33 boys and five staff flew to Johannesburg in early July to start their two week rugby tour of South Africa, travelling to Pretoria, Mosse… More...

A group of Upper Sixth and Year 11 students set off for Wales and the Peak District on this year's annual climbing trip around the UK. More...

Impressive performances all-round by both our boys' and girls' squads at the recent annual school tennis championships.  More...

Fifth and Sixth Form pupils raised £7500 and travelled to the rural community of Chilingani in Malawi.  More...

Nine intrepid and determined Upper Sixth leavers embarked on their Gold DofE expedition assessment recently.  More...

On the first day of the annual Woodard Cricket Festival, our boys' 1st XI took on the hosts, Bloxham More...

It was a great night for the students to unwind before they prepare to enter the wider world beyond the Hurst eagles. More...

Hurst's annual U15 girls' softball tournament was the biggest event yet, attracting 16 teams and more than 160 girls from both maintained and independ… More...

Remove students spent the day earning important digital skills in order to create their school CVs.  More...

Lower Sixth students won two special awards, the overall competition and the title of Young Engineers of the Year.  More...

Despite some rain in the air, the annual fixture against the MCC got underway on time with the visitors winning the toss and batting first. More...

For 2019, Hurst 'n' Brie was relocated to the corner of Eastfield which proved to be a great venue for the final gig of the year. More...

Far from taking their foot off the gas as the summer term drew to a close, the Lower Sixth spent much of June thinking about what lies in store for th… More...

The golf team was in full swing as they made the national finals of the ISGA Plate Knockout competition. More...

Shell historians spent a fascinating day at the Imperial War Museum in London, visiting the Holocaust exhibition as part of their GCSE course, looking… More...

Pupils from Years 7, 8 and Shell were invited to a talk from award-winning author Lisa Heathfield whose books have been extremely popular with readers… More...

A group of Shell students who will be studying GCSE Religious Studies next year took part on a trip to Canterbury, emulating the experience of a medie… More...

A group of 72 Year 7 pupils visited the Science Museum last week. More...

Remove GCSE Dance student, Luke Bedford, has been accepted onto the CAT Scheme at the world-renowned Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.  More...

For this year's Community Action Day, 475 students and 88 staff were sent to help 30 different community projects in the local area by providing six h… More...

Our annual outdoor concert, Music for A Summer's Evening, was enjoyed by a large and appreciative audience who were treated to offerings from some of … More...

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