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We are so happy to be able to support local NHS workers, care homes and charities at this time. As ordinary school lessons ceased for the time being, our Science staff delivered all our school stocks of safety glasses to the QVH, Moatfield, Lingfield, Copthorne and Ship Street Surgeries.

We will review future events and activities, due to take place after Easter, once we have a clearer sense of when the school will be open and how the Coronavirus and subsequent government action is developing.

At the end of February, as part of our Personal Development programme for students, we arranged for our Year 8s, to take part in a special day entitled 'Your Life, You Choose'. The experience comprised various sessions designed to build student understanding of the law, an awareness of the judici

Daisy Bennett in Year 10 has won the Meridian Radio 'Play for Today' Competition with her entry 'The Year of the Teenage Girl'.  Students from Imberhorne, aged 14-18, were encouraged by Mrs Jones, Leader of KS4 English, to enter and we couldn't be more delighted for Daisy who now gets to record h

Developing a sense of compassion, empathy and teamwork are all character traits which we encourage our students to boost whenever possible. Form 9W-SJO have blown us away with their spring project to support their chosen form group charity, The Salvation Army.

A classroom full of our Year 9 girls, who have a keen interest and passion in Computing, took part in the innovative cyber competition - The Matrix Challenge on Wednesday 29th January. This interactive challenge is UK wide and has been developed by 11 regional organised crime units across England

Over 20 volunteers from the world of work gave up their time on Tuesday 28th January to take part in our Year 9 Careers Workshop. This event, organised by our Careers Team at Imberhorne for the entire year group, has become a real favourite in the calendar with several of the volunteers returning

Georgia Kewell in Year 10 prepared an astonishingly good plant based feast and impressed judges for the second time in the Rotary Club Young Chef competition.

Our wonderfully enthusiastic Ms Bellasis, English teacher and Hockey Club Coach, has set up an Interform Dodgeball tournament at Key Stage 3 to run throughout the Spring term.

We have been able to secure some fabulous guest speakers during December and January for our TED style career talks at Upper School. We have provided students with the opportunity to hear the career journies of:

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