News Archive

Jessica Taylor in Year 10 has recently taken part in 3 challenges in the Oxford University (St John's College) Inspire Programme. Using the 'Theory of Evolution' as a topic - there were 4 classes over a 4 month duration.

Well done to the talented and enthusiastic George King in Year 7 who recently submitted his artwork to the Natural History Museum as part of a campaign to find nature inspired art to display for an online concert.

Our Easter Campaign for Years 8 & 9 to share Easter eggs and messages with other young people living in care settings across West Sussex was a phenomenal success. We are so proud of the massive response we had to this from our younger students. Well in excess of 200 chocolate eggs and Easter

The English department at Imberhorne never miss the chance to get excited about books for the annual March event that is - World Book Day! Students across all English Google Classrooms received the digital World Book Day tokens and several competitions and activites to take part in too.

We are delighted to share the latest edition of our student magazine, Beyond.

News of an amazing personal challenge from Lucas Kewell in Year 9 reached school on 18th January and we were completely impressed.

We've had the privilege of catching up on news from Imberhorne alumni Seb Job who left after studying A Levels in 2018.

Our first ever virtual Sixth Form Open Event was held in November 2020. We welcomed 447 Zoom log-ins across our 33 A Level and BTEC courses.

We had the privilege of delivering just short of 100 gifts to three local care homes on 16th December.

The Music department have worked with a collection of fabulous student volunteers who wanted to brighten up Christmas 2020 with some festive classics. Vocalists, harpists, trumpeters and pianists - we have it all at Imberhorne!