Wednesday, 22 May 2019

Walkers raises £22,000 for breast cancer research

Walkers raises £22,000 for breast cancer research

MORE than 200 people took part in a sponsored walk in aid of breast cancer research. The Breast Walk Ever followed a 13-mile route ...

 

Old pupils and staff return for school’s 60th anniversary lunch

Old pupils and staff return for school’s 60th anniversary lunch

MORE than 100 former pupils and staff of Shiplake College returned to celebrate the school’s diamond anniversary at a special lunch. ...

 

Ex-teacher jailed for sex abuse

Ex-teacher jailed for sex abuse

THE headmaster of Shiplake College says he “deeply regrets” the abuse of one of its pupils by a teacher in the Seventies. Malcolm ...

 

Former Shiplake College teacher jailed for indecent assault

Former Shiplake College teacher jailed for indecent assault

A FORMER teacher has been jailed for abusing a boy at Shiplake College more than 40 years ago. Malcolm Woodcock, 76, of Milton Demeral,...

 

School’s new boathouse is headmaster’s legacy

Shiplake College honours outgoing headmaster

THE outgoing headmaster of Shiplake College was moved to tears when he learned that its new £2.2million multi-activity centre is to be ...

 

Thames walk

A SPONSORED walk in aid of breast cancer research will be held on Sunday. The Breast Walk Ever will follow a 13-mile route along the ...

 

Boys entertain elderly with singing and chat

Boys entertain elderly with singing and chat

YEAR 7 pupils at Shiplake College spent an afternoon with 20 members of the Rosemary Club for elderly people. Twenty-eight students ...

 

College’s construction projects

College’s construction projects

SHIPLAKE College is about to break ground on two major developments at the school site. Construction of a state-of-the-art, ...

 

Prefects win pancake race

Prefects win pancake race

THE prefects won the annual pancake race at Shiplake College on Shrove Tuesday convincingly. They took on the college chapel wardens ...

 

Wire workshop for art students

Wire workshop for art students

ART students at Shiplake College enjoyed an all-day wire sculpture workshop with artist James Ort. He is based at the Phoenix Gallery, ...

 

Students visit Lords for Brexit debate

Students visit Lords for Brexit debate

POLITICS students from Shiplake College visited the Palace of Westminster for a tour of the Houses of Parliament and to listen to the ...

 

School to celebrate 60 years

School to celebrate 60 years

CELEBRATIONS have begun to mark Shiplake College’s diamond anniversary. The independent school has launched its “Shiplake at 60” ...

 

Pupils and staff perform at school winter concert

Pupils and staff perform at school winter concert

MORE than 400 attended Shiplake College’s annual winter concert in the sports hall, featuring performances by staff, pupils and the ...

 

Former rugby international named college headmaster

Former rugby international named college headmaster

A FORMER professional rugby player has been appointed headmaster of Shiplake College. Tyrone Howe will take over from Gregg Davies, ...

 

Pupils raise £12,000 with 20-mile sponsored walk

Pupils raise £12,000 with 20-mile sponsored walk

A SPONSORED walk by 410 students at Shiplake College raised more than £12,000 for charity. They completed a 20-mile route from ...

 

A-level art students chosen for competition

A-level art students chosen for competition

ARTWORKS by two A-level students have been entered into a national competition by the society. Mind is by Shiplake College student ...

 

Christmas at college

A CHRISTMAS fayre will be held at Shiplake College on Saturday, November 10 from 10am to 3pm. There will be more than 40 gift stalls ...

 

VR headsets bring history to life in lessons

VR headsets bring history to life in lessons

SHIPLAKE College has introduced virtual reality headsets to the classroom. The 18 state-of-the-art headsets allow pupils to be ...

 

GCSE pupils make the grade in spite of tougher marking system

Students celebrate GCSEs despite tougher marking system

SCHOOLS in the Henley area celebrated another good set of GCSE results despite a new, tougher grading system. The traditional grade ...

 

Head uses hose to tackle fire

Head uses hose to tackle fire

THE headmaster of Shiplake College had to put out a fire in his garden after a glass bottle caused the dry grass to catch light. Gregg ...

 

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