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So many members of our school community were in the 'market for magic' on Wednesday 4th December as our Christmas event opened with twinkling lights, mulled wine, home-spun stalls and festive treats. With a main hall market to rival Austria's Christkindlmarkt, we couldn't have been happier to see

As we launched our new school 'Theme of the Month' for December - Careers -  we were thrilled to book Head of Engineering, Bachir Belloul from local company iWireless Solution Ltd for a TED style careers talk on Wednesday 4th December.

On a cold and frosty morning in November, over 60 of our Year 9 History enthusiasts departed school at the very early hour of 4.00am, on their way to visit the Somme battledfields. After a good channel crossing, they arrived at their first destination; Vimy Ridge.  The aim of this was to give som

Our Key Stage 3 Student Council are an impressive and committed bunch of young people! They feel passionately about listening to their peers and sharing their student voice to effect change where necessary.

Imberhorne School hosted our very first fabulous afternoon tea dance for grandparents and older people in our community and it was a roaring success.

Wow! Our community really is amazing! We sent out an appeal and over 450 advent calendars and selection packs have been donated by Imberhorne families and fabulous local company, The Caravan and Motorhome Club.

On Friday 15th November, our careers team organised a trip for almost 70 students to the UK’s biggest jobs and careers event for 15-24 year olds at ExCeL London. This Skills London event provides young people with the opportunity to find inspiration and make a life-changing connection.

Following a grant from the Siobhan Dowd Trust this month we had the exciting task of taking a group of students from Years 8 & 9 to the East Grinstead Bookshop on 8th and 11th of November for a book spending spree!  The grant money enabled the students to choose new books for our school libra

Just before half term our A Level Art and Photography students visited the Tate Modern and the South Bank to take photographs and make studies from art works in the gallery - to help develop their knowledge and ideas. The students and staff thoroughly enjoyed the artist / inventor/ architect Olaf

We see our students doing amazing things everyday and achievement comes in many forms - but success in external competitions and challenges are always nice to hear too!  Our talented Sixth Form artists, Sofia Naseem and Leah Duurant entered their paintings in the Lingfield art exhibition over hal

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