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22/07/24

Year 11 prom at Guildford County was filled with magic, finesse, and glamorous fun! The hall buzzed with music and dance, creating unforgettable memories and solidifying future connections. Enjoy the rest of the summer! pic.twitter.com/cO97QsVf6g— Guildford County Sch () July 22, 2024

19/07/24

And that's a wrap for another year! We hope everyone has the opportunity to enjoy special summer moments with friends and family. pic.twitter.com/pjwCwNDJNi

19/07/24

Sniff sniff! 😢 Today we say 'Tschüss' and 'Au Revoir' to two of our longest serving department members, Mrs Martinez-Wallas and Mrs Grandvuinet, who are off to pastures new! We will miss you. We wish all our students a safe and happy holidays! Team MFL 🇩🇪🇪🇸🇫🇷— George Abbot Languages () July 19, 2024

17/07/24

A fabulous few days with unexpected bonus weather, and spirits couldn't be higher! It's hard to say goodbye to these beautiful rolling hills. What an incredible week for our Gold DofE Explorers! pic.twitter.com/f0cakyryhz— Guildford County Sch () July 17, 2024

17/07/24

Have a listen to our CEO's end of year message - it's been a busy one! https://t.co/dltBBTig5N via

17/07/24

It’s been an incredibly busy end of term…follows us on Instagram to see what the students have been up to! 😅 pic.twitter.com/b1fxuubWLb— George Abbot School () July 17, 2024

17/07/24

Last week our annual GAbbot Fest raised over £4000 for Helen Arkell Dyslexia Charity, and a huge thank you for the extreme generosity of our community and of course our creative, amazing stall holders! pic.twitter.com/49dF5GsH5J— George Abbot School () July 17, 2024

17/07/24

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17/07/24

Another first at GA this year, Y8 Colour Run! pic.twitter.com/XbpmqR1LOu— George Abbot School () July 17, 2024

17/07/24

We love these Phantom photos! pic.twitter.com/WZoyiBTVf2— George Abbot School () July 17, 2024

15/07/24

Our Gold DofE participants have arrived at their first destination, Sykeside Campsite in the Lake District. Tents are up, and the happy campers are ready for their adventures. The first day has kicked off with map reading, orienteering, and walking. pic.twitter.com/qu6pWhRVIs— Guildford County Sch () July 15, 2024

15/07/24

Join us for the GCSE Art, Photography, and Textiles Exhibition on Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th from 4pm to 6pm. Enter via the right side of the main building. This is a wonderful opportunity to showcase our students’ exceptional talent and creativity. pic.twitter.com/TxWb8eRXy9— Guildford County Sch () July 15, 2024

12/07/24

Anyone for Tennis? Some of our students were lucky enough to be able to experience the incredible atmosphere at this week. A fabulous day for all of them! pic.twitter.com/5xI3ZxQe5k— Kings College () July 12, 2024

12/07/24

Absolutely fabulous show from the GAbbot Dancers for the GAbbot Fest 🥳🥳 Bringing the entertainment for the whole school. And that’s a wrap on 2023/24 Dance performances. Could not be prouder 🤩 pic.twitter.com/wkKs5K46u7— George Abbot Dance () July 12, 2024

12/07/24

Let the games begin! The weather is looking promising for a day of activity! pic.twitter.com/laueLGk2sf— Guildford County Sch () July 12, 2024

11/07/24

When you eat your lunch with this view 😍Year 3 Cricket match with Miss Stillwell was a highlight! pic.twitter.com/W8VpXoetZB— Northmead Junior School () July 11, 2024

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Pupils' thought-provoking climate crisis film wins award

26th April 2024

A team of pupils at Loseley Fields Primary School in Godalming, Surrey, part of Learning Partners Academy Trust has won an award for presenting, via a short film, a new and innovative scientific solution to help achieve one of the United Nation’s Global Goals for Sustainable Development.  They were one of more than 250 teams who entered from across the world and had to present to a panel of judges at Imperial College to win the accolade.

The annual competition run by the Faculty of Natural Sciences at Imperial college London was open to teams of young people of primary and secondary ages from schools, community and youth groups across the world.  The purpose of the competition is to inspire young people into thinking scientifically, to develop an understanding of the global challenges facing the world, to encourage collaboration and to motivate their curiosity and drive.

The film is titled Power to the People and addresses the United Nations sustainability goal number 11 to make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable.  The film demonstrates the great passion that the pupils involved feel towards the global climate crisis.  Supported by the school’s Eco Education Assistant, Victoria Davis, the team have clearly researched the subject, carefully considered their findings and discussed solutions together to bring the film to fruition.  By entering this competition, the whole school has benefited from learning about sustainability, the climate crisis and the need to take action.

The winning entry can be viewed here

Loseley Fields Primary School, serving pupils from ages 4 to 11, has a forward-thinking science curriculum; pupils benefit from a field study centre at the site, where lessons are delivered on a daily basis in a working laboratory.  At its most recent Ofsted inspection in 2022, inspectors recognised that “Loseley Fields is a vibrant and ambitious school where pupils are bright, curious and eager to please.  Work on personal development, including pastoral care and citizenship, is exceptional.”

Amanda Pedder, Headteacher at Loseley Fields Primary School said “I am incredibly proud of our children.  They did remarkably well, presenting in such a large lecture theatre to a group of VIP judges.  It is a great accomplishment and reflects all the hard work we have done to our science curriculum over the last six years.”

Jack Mayew, CEO of Learning Partners Academy Trust said “We are delighted for the Loseley Fields community, winning such a prestigious competition is a fantastic achievement.  Their film demonstrated creativity, ingenuity and a genuine passion and enthusiasm for making a difference.  Congratulations to the team of winning pupils!”

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