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Four members of the Lower Sixth HSU Geography group recently attended a lecture given by the local Geographical Association at BHASVIC. More...

Two U14 squads performed extremely well in their first rugby sevens tournament, at The Haberdashers' Aske's School in Hertfordshire, and came close to… More...

Just before half term, our U18 girls and boys' B team faced Eastbourne College and Felsted School respectively, for a place in the LTA National Finals… More...

Hurst hosted the first round of the National Hockey Cup, where our U14 boys competed against five local schools to earn a spot in the semi-finals.  More...

14 members of the Lower Sixth boarded the Mystery Bus on Wednesday afternoon, having earnt their tickets after being nominated by their peers for acts… More...

Remove students who are studying Design and Technology went to the Design Museum in London to explore an exhibition and take part in a workshop. More...

A mix of U14 and U15 girls made up the Hurst team that competed well in the annual Lady Taverners indoor cricket tournament to take the runners-up spo… More...

Hurst hosted the annual SISNA Tournament with our U14s leading the way to win their age group title, as the U15s, U16s and U18s claimed the runners-up… More...

The Sixth Form welcomed the former Colour Sergeant of the Princess of Wales' Royal Regiment, Brian Wood MC, to the college recently. More...

A small group of CCF cadets travelled to London to see the Household Cavalry Band in concert at the Guards Chapel. More...

Sixth form Geography students travelled to Brighton to collect data for their NEA coursework. More...

The first boys' hockey team travelled to Ardingly College and remained unbeaten in each of their four matches and progressed to the semi-finals of the… More...

Two Hurst teams claimed joint first and joint third places in the Geographical Association WorldWise Quiz. More...

Lower Sixth History students experienced a fascinating trip to Sussex University, for a Holocaust Memorial Day event.  More...

The U16 netball team finished second in their group, on their way to securing third place overall in the South regional round of the National Schools … More...

Following a full day of training with the French Ski School (ESF), the Hurst girls went on to compete in both the giant slalom and slalom races. More...

As part of the HSU programme offered at Hurst, a group of 35 Lower Sixth students visited Cambridge University, for a first-hand insight from the admi… More...

Our first and second rugby sevens teams travelled to Seaford College to play their first tournament of the season. More...

Pelican house recently organised and hosted a concert for parents in the Music School and raised more than £1400 for their chosen charity, Dreamflight… More...

A group of Lower Sixth BTEC Sports Studies students visited the iconic Twickenham Stadium – the home of England Rugby - on one of the coldest days of … More...

Courtesy of a last minute goal and in perfect hockey weather, the 1st XI boys' hockey team claimed a tight away win at Seaford College to reach the th… More...

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