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With 19 new trainees last year, increasing to 36 for 2020, the Teach Hurst scheme is growing rapidly and is now one of the primary ways of recruiting … More...

Jami tells us that she plans to work with both enthusiastic staff and students to bring about a more diverse and inclusive environment at Hurst. More...

The Hurst Farm – home to ducks, chickens and pigs on a seasonal basis – is an important place for many members of the college community. More...

Hurst College is fully supportive of the Black Lives Matter More...

We are delighted to welcome back Richard Taylor-West as the new Housemaster of Red Cross. Take a look to see all the HoMs for 2020. More...

Hurst Sixth Form pupils have used their extra time to create their own podcast channel More...

Martlet has created a lockdown recipe book to raise money for the NHS More...

A warm welcome to Reverend Janneke, Hurst's first female Chaplin More...

It is now time to say goodbye to our wonderful chaplain Jeremy Sykes More...

Many congratulations to Liz Handford, who has clocked up an amazing 25 years as Matron of Red Cross House. More...

This year's musical production, Les Misérables, was certainly one to remember More...

(Photograph:  Strata London 2019)

On Monday, Upper Sixth Economists attended the annual PolEconUK A-level economics conference in London to hear about the latest economic developments. More...

The Conservative Party candidate, Upper Sixth former Alice, won the Hurst College mock general election More...

For the third time in three years the U14 age group attended a rugby fixture at the Stoop in Twickenham to watch Harlequins.  More...

Lower Sixth Art and Photography students were entranced by their visit to Charleston More...

It was another successful day for Hurst Equestrian at the Coombelands NSEA Eventers Challenge Qualifiers.  More...

20 Sixth Form English students went to Cambridge for the weekend to take in events at the annual Literary Festival More...

The Dance Department's wonderful rendition of Pinocchio, based on the original story by Collodi More...

Our 1st VII, U16A, U15A and U14A netball teams have all enjoyed playing in the Sisters in Sport National Cup for the first time this year.  More...

(Photograph: The Independent FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images)

The jet-setting Upper Sixth managed a day trip to Geneva to take in the wonder of the scientific and technological masterpiece that is the Large Hadro… More...

The college engineering team were recently nominated for a gold-level UK Industrial Cadets Award. More...

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