A Level Results 2019

Success for Etone Pupils! Our Year 13 pupils have achieved some outstanding results this year and we would like to congratulate all of them on their achievements. We have secured very high results across the board with 99% of all students receiving grades A*-E (or BTEC...
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Year 13 Prom 2019

As I sat watching these young people all dancing together on the dance floor it strongly came to my mind that this was the end of a chapter in their lives and the start of a new one. Many of them had been with us from Year Seven and like the caterpillar, could almost be...
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Berlin Trip 2019

Sampling some authentic German currywurst 🌭 Bringing out the competitive side in all of us with a bit of bowling tonight 🎳 Berlin Olympic Stadium…just wow 😲😲 “Best part of the trip so far!” A fascinating morning learning about the Berlin Wall 🇩🇪🇩🇪🇩🇪 Time for a post dinner...
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Progress Praise Awards Evening 2019

We were honoured to welcome an ex Etone pupil, Lecturer at Birmingham City University, Dr Shannon Ludgate, as the keynote speaker at this year’s Progress Praise Awards on the 4th July. She was truly an inspiration to those pupils in the audience who understand the meaning of...
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Prom 2019

On Friday 28th June 2019, around 80 of our Year 11 pupils enjoyed a night to remember at their end of year Prom, which was held at the prestigious Coombe Abbey Hotel in Coventry. Family, friends and staff eagerly awaited the arrival of our guests, who turned up in a variety of...
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Year 11 Celebration Assembly

This week our Year 11 cohort enjoyed their final celebration assembly where they collected their 2019 hoodies and had kind words from their Heads of House and Head teacher. We wish you the best of luck with the rest of your exams and cannot wait to see everyone at Prom in a few weeks!
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Etone is now a NUT FREE and KIWI FREE school!

Due to the admission of a new student with life threatening anaphylaxis we ask that parents and carers ensure that packed lunches are free of any nuts and nut based products (e.g. Nutella, snickers) and kiwi fruit. Etone is a fully inclusive school and we ask for your support in...
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Netballers Impress on Tour!

A number of our students recently took part in the PE Netball trip to Boreatton Park PGL Centre in Shropshire on Friday 10th May to Sunday 12th May 2019. We would like to say a big well done to all of the pupils for their excellent behaviour and for giving it their all. A special...
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Precious Lives – PC Rob Pedley MBE Visits Etone College

PC Rob Pedley MBE knows how just one choice can make a huge difference to your life. When he decided to skip his morning coffee and go off skiing ahead of his friends he never imagined he would be fighting for his life minutes later. PC Pedley fell 240ft off a mountain, breaking...
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Matrix Performing Arts Show

This year the prestigious Matrix Academy Trust performing arts show was held at Etone College. Ranging from all Key Stages with a mixture of both dance and drama performances. All academies came together to showcase their performances from after school clubs and exam pieces. The...
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Year 8 Pupils Impress At Sir Winston Churchill Public Speaking Competition

On Wednesday 13th March 2019 a group of six Year 8 students took part in a public speaking competition held at Blenheim Palace. The group were challenged to create their own speech about a topic they felt strongly about, but had to make sure that there was a link to the values...
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Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Week 2019

It is Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day on Monday 18th March 2019.  To show our support for this day we will be raising awareness of CSE across the week. 
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Careers Fair 2019

Etone College’s Careers Fair took place on Thursday 14th March 2019. Representatives from a variety of different companies, such as Rolls Royce and McDonalds, spoke with pupils from all year groups about their future job opportunities. We also welcomed visitors from local...
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Etone Welcomes Ex-Pupil on 85th Birthday

Etone Welcome Ex-Pupil on 85th Birthday On Friday 1st March Sylvia Deakin (nee Sidwell) paid a visit to Etone College. Sylvia is an ex-pupil of what was formerly Nuneaton High School for Girls, and came back to visit her old school on her 85th birthday,  67 years after she left...
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World Book Day 2019

Well done to everyone who got involved on Thursday 9th March 2019 for World Book Day.  Below are some of the brilliant costumes that our pupils put together of their favourite book characters.  A special well done to 7P2 who were the winners of our house competition.  ...
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International Women’s Day

Rosalind Franklin was a pioneer of the study of molecular structures receiving recognition among scientists for her research on the molecular structure of coal, viruses, and DNA. Her X-ray diffraction images of DNA enabled the University of Cambridge’s Francis Crick and James...
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World Book Day 2019

Thursday 7th March 2019 brings Etone College the annual World Book Day.  Year 7 pupils are invited to dress up as a character from their favourite book. 
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Holocaust Survivor Visit

A Holocaust survivor, who was arrested by Nazis at the age of 5, visited the college’s Sixth Form last week. Martin Stern MBE, 80, gave a compelling testimony about his childhood and answered a series of questions put forward to him by Sixth Form and Year 11 students. Mr Stern...
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Speaker’s Trust Competition

On Feb 1st Davina and Ashleigh, both in Year 10, took part in the Speaker’s Trust competition. Both girls commented on the experience saying that it was nerve wracking but gave them an opportunity to build their confidence. Ashleigh and Davina were selected to take part from over...
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Holocaust Survivor to visit Etone Sixth Form

On 14 February 2019 our Sixth Form will hear testimony from Holocaust survivor, Martin Stern, as part of a visit organised by the Holocaust Educational Trust (HET). The testimony will be followed by a question and answer session to enable students to better understand the nature...
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Year 7 Lunch Club

Since November a small group of Y7 students have been attending our ‘Social Dining Lunch Club’.  The students get together every lunch time to make new friends and have the opportunity to play board games together.  ‘Mousetrap’ and ‘Snakes and Ladders’ have been firm favourites...
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Gory GCSEs

BTEC sport students in years 9 and 10 have recently been studying physiology and anatomy as part of their course. Part of this topic involved studying the heart and how it works. Some of our exceptional pupils took their learning one step further and attended our extra-curricular...
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A Trip to Bristol

Year 10 geography students embarked from Etone College on a cold January morning barely after the sun had risen, were they bothered by this fact? Yes, a few were but that did nothing to quell the excitement in the air for their first official field trip into a city and what a...
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Poets in the Making

With a record number of entries this year, 22 of our students from years 7 to 10 have been successful in having their poetry published in an anthology of poetry called ‘Poetry Escape’.  As part of their literacy activity programme during the autumn term students explored...
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