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  • Ashlawn School congratulates pupils on GCSE Results Day
    12 Aug 2021

    Pupils at Ashlawn School, Rugby, are celebrating after receiving their much-anticipated GCSE results today. Like pupils across the country, the achievements of the Class of 2021 are all the more appreciated because of the hurdles they have had to overcome throughout the pandemic. Amongst the pupils celebrating was Julia Przybylak, who achieved 10 Grade 9s. She said: “I’m so pleased that I got the grades that I was predicted today.
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  • Ashlawn School students celebrate A-mazing grades
    10 Aug 2021

    Students at Ashlawn School, Rugby, have been celebrating their A-Level results today, marking the culmination of two years of hard work and dedication to their studies despite all of the disruption caused by the pandemic. Among the smiling faces was Aude Aravinthan, who achieved 3 A* in Chemistry, Maths and Psychology and will go on to study Pharmacology at the University of Nottingham. She said: “I am over the moon that I achieved my predicted grades. It’s my birthday today too, so it’s the perfect present.
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  • Ashlawn School student’s artwork goes on display at the Royal Academy of Arts
    20 Jul 2021

    Artwork created by a talented Year 12 student from Ashlawn School has been selected to appear in a national exhibition at The Royal Academy of Arts in London. The piece, entitled ‘The Commute’, was produced by 17-year-old Ismay Sandoe who is a Sixth Former at Ashlawn School. After submitting her application earlier this year, Ismay’s artwork was selected from over 33,000 entries from across the country to appear in the Young Artists’ Summer Show 2021 at the Royal Academy of Arts, as well as featuring in the associated online exhibition. Siobhan Evans, Principal at Ashlawn School, said: “We are incredibly proud of Ismay and what she has achieved.
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  • New Principal and her dog receive a warm welcome at Henry Hinde Junior School
    10 May 2021

    A new Principal and her faithful dog, Lola, have received a warm welcome from staff, pupils and their families at Henry Hinde Junior School. Jennie Nurse, who became Principal at the start of this term, joins Henry Hinde Juniors from her role as Headteacher at Catherine Junior School, a good school with outstanding features in Leicester. With over 20 years’ experience in teaching and over a decade spent as a senior leader, Miss Nurse is passionate about the power of education to transform the lives of young people, not just academically, but in order to help them grow as a person. Her dog, Lola, a Pets as Therapy registered Cockapoo, also comes with years of experience as a School Well-Being Dog.
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  • Houlton School set to feature on BBC One TV programme
    5 May 2021

    Rugby’s newest secondary school – Houlton School – is set to feature on BBC One TV programme ‘Dom Digs In’, which will air for the first time this Thursday. The programme, which is hosted by Dom Littlewood, will explore the construction of the brand-new Houlton School ahead of opening to its very first Year 7 pupils in September 2021. Located in the Grade II listed former Rugby Radio Station, the 11-18 academy is positioned in the heart of Urban&Civic’s new residential development at Houlton. With building works on the school progressing well and on programme, the campus, which is being delivered through a partnership between the developers at Houlton, Urban&Civic and the Department for Education, will see the Grade II listed buildings transformed to become the heart of the school.
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  • Pupils celebrate World Book Day with a difference
    4 Mar 2021

    WORLD Book Day became the latest event to take place under lockdown on Thursday (March 4) – but that didn’t stop pupils at Henry Hinde Infant and Junior Schools from marking the occasion. Instead of going to school dressed in their pyjamas or as their favourite book character, children took part in a host of fun reading and writing activities in school and at home. Throughout the week, staff at the Infant School chose a range of classic bedtime stories to read to pupils at home as part of a series of short videos, while each year group picked an author to learn about, explore their books and carry out a range of challenges linked to the stories. And Year 2 pupils who were in school had the chance to set up their own reading dens, to share their favourite books with their friends.
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Both of my children really enjoy it here and I'm really pleased with the progress they have made here.
Parent - Henry Hinde Infant School