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Skiing Fun in America - posted 25th March

40 pupils and four staff were lucky enough to go on the School ski trip to America. We started early on Saturday morning at 4.00am to get on a coach to Heathrow Airport. Many of us had never been on a long-haul flight so we were amazed when we found out that we would get in-flight meals and our own TV screen! After landing in Boston and passing security and collecting our luggage, we got on a coach to Lincoln. Kancamagus Lodge was our destination. So after a long day of travelling, we had arrived.

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Charlie Takes to the Waves - posted 25th March

Congratulations to sailor Charlie Gran (7Burrows) who recently competed in the International Topper Class Association Winter Championships in Weymouth. Charlie ended the day in 5th position (in a field of 137 competitors), a fantastic achievement, especially as he was one of the youngest competitors taking part. Charlie’s hard work over the winter is reflected in this amazing result.

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Former Sixth Former selected to row in Boat Race 2019 - posted 18th March

CUCBC18 7759Huge congratulations and best wishes to Florence Alexander, a former Sixth Former at Bishop Luffa School, who has been selected for the Cambridge University Women's Boat Club in the Lightweights Boat Race 2019 which takes place next Saturday.  Florence is currently in her 3rd year studying medicine at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge University.  Florence took up rowing when she joined the university and it is through determination and hard work that she has been selected.  We wish her all the best on Saturday.  Find out more by following this link.

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Charity Week 2019 - posted 15th March

It's been a fantastic Sixth Form Charity week with some great lunchtime events - Are You Smarter than a Year 7?, Teachers' Got Talent, Man vs Food, Blind Date, finishing off with Battle of the Bands.

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World Book Day Celebrations - posted 15th March

Thursday 7th March was World Book Day and to celebrate the Library organised a week of activities and events designed to celebrate reading across the school. Many pupils took part in recycling old books into beautiful bookmarks, book title treasure hunts around the Library and a booky Bake-Off. Staff got involved in a Who? And Where? Competition, wearing badges for pupils to find with either a character or a place on, so pupils could match up the fictional people and where they come from. For World Book Day itself pupils and staff transformed classroom and office doors into book covers or designs inspired by stories, with prizes going to 7Story for their enticing entrance to a Secret Garden, 9L2/En for their recreation of the Extinction Trials cover, and 10Wilson for their fantastic, double-sided Hobbit cover.

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Year 9 Paolozzi Printmaking Project - posted 15th March

In September, the Art Department were delighted with the acquisition of a new A3 Printing Press, which was made possible through the generous funding of the PFA at Bishop Luffa. Last year, Chichester Arts Society supported the department with funding for a Mask Making project and this year they were kind enough to provide funds for an exciting new print making project with Year 9 students.

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Boxing Success for Luffa Sixth Former Holly Heffron - posted 15th March

On just her second time competing at youth level, local talent and Bishop Luffa Sixth Form student Holly Heffron has won a bronze medal at the National Youth Championships. This now places her at third place in the country for women’s youth boxing. Unfortunately, she lost in the semi-final to five time national champion Simran Kaur in an extremely close match. Holly said that it was ‘one of [her] best performances to date,’ and ‘a great experience’.

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