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28 Remove French students travelled to Paris for a four-day stay in the French capital.  More...

On the Friday before half term, 34 A-level biologists, along with 18 geographers, travelled to Nettlecombe Court in Somerset for three days of focused… More...

This year, seven riders made the journey to Addington Equestrian, Buckinghamshire for three days of competition at the NSEA National Championships. More...

A Hurst team of three took part in the Girls' National Schools and Universities Polo Competition at the Black Bear's Polo Club in Henley, bringing hom… More...

Last Friday, 18 geographers, accompanied by 34 A-level biologists, made the trek down to Somerset for a weekend of field work.  More...

U14A hockey girls travelled to Ardingly College to compete in the West Sussex qualifying round of the Sussex Cup. More...

The exercise was a brilliant success - our cadets walked away a bit damp but with a vast amount of experience and more practical knowledge than when t… More...

Lower Sixth geographers headed north to the damp and windswept slopes of the River Tillingbourne in Surrey. More...

Five crew members, with little or no experience on large yachts, joined Mr and Mrs Poole on an interesting sailing trip last weekend. More...

The U14C rugby team enjoyed an excellent 50-7 victory against The Skinners' School last Saturday, when three members volunteered to play for the oppos… More...

During a brilliant day of netball at the Sussex round of the National Schools Competition, all three Hurst teams made it through to the regional final… More...

Five members of Shell, accompanied by Father Jeremy Sykes and Housemistress Sarah Hyman, undertook a 26-mile pilgrimage to Canterbury. More...

12 students recently travelled to Sussex University to hear from eminent physicist and well-known broadcaster Jim Al-Khalili. More...

The first round of the English Schools Cross Country Cup was held at the college for the very first time. More...

Last Wednesday, Shell and Remove Johnians visited Bletchley Park, the home of code breaking in World War Two. More...

Sixth Form students attended a talk by political sketch writer, John Crace, as part of the Cuckfield Bookfest.  More...

The first hockey girls' are playing in two major outdoor cup competitions this year - the England U18 National Cup and the Independent Schools Cup.  More...

Best Newcomer at the Brighton Fringe 2019, theatre company Out of Chaos, performed their award-winning show 'Unmythable' More...

The Hurst Swimming Squad performed superbly in the recent West Sussex qualifying round of the ESSA National Relays. More...

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Lower Sixth Art and Photography students had a fascinating and inspiring trip to the Tate Modern.  More...

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