News Archive

Year 9s have been choosing their GCSE Options during the month of January, supported by a programme of mentoring, presentations and Q&A sessions.

Our Key Stage 4 students were offered a university style masterclass on 2nd Februray, delivered by our Leader of Geography, Mr Patrick Quigley.

Congratulations to Alice, Polly & Sophia in Year 10 who are buliding up their library loyalty stamps towards the prizes on offer - as well as reaping the benefits associated with regular reading! Here’s our latest edition of the Imberhorne Lane Library newsletter.

Mrs Timson, Assistant Headteacher, has recently prepared her assemblies around the subject of 'Empathy'.

Staff and students enjoyed a trip to Dear Evan Hansen in the West End lon 12th January to see Imberhorne alumni and Olivier award winner Sam Tutty in his lead role as Evan Hansen.

We are so pleased that Active Fit are back running the Imberhorne Gym suite for our students and their families to benefit from. 


** From just £7.50 per month - treadmills, bikes, free weights and more. The gym is fully air-conditioned with big screen, music and videos.

A new year and new beginnings has been the message for the first week back to school in the Spring Term. Highlighted to our Year 9s by the commencing of the GCSE Options Process.  Moving to a new Key Stage in school is all about new beginnings and starting a journey.

Imberhorne hosted the annual East Grisntead Rotary Club Masterchef Competition on 10th December with a number of Year 10 students who produced fabulous two course meals - they were cool under pressure and fabulous in the taste department too. 

Our Year 10 star bakers worked overtime after school on 7th December to produce over 200 delicious 'school made' mince pies which were delivered to local key workers and care home residents on Wednesday 8th December.

Carol singers from 11W sang and 'signed' Christmas carols in East Grinstead Town Centre on Saturday 27th November to raise money for The Greenaway Foundation, their chosen Form Group charity. Mrs Jones, their Form Tutor, was there with them to lead the way and she commented, 'most of the Form Gro