News Archive

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!

Christmas jumpers were out in force around school on Friday 11th Decmber. Thank you to everyone who donated to our National Elf Service Non Uniform Day to help raise £1611 for the Queen Victoria Hospital Charity.

Over 80 amazing Year 7s volunteered their time on 2nd December to craft lanterns for Young Epilepsy and their Winter Wonderland Garden. We could not be more proud of the effort and enthusiasm they put into the workshop.

Zac Lammas in Year 13 has won the Mid Sussex Applause Award in the Young Achiever Category! Nobody could deserve it more than Zac - he is a true inspiration to each and every one of us in school every day.

To wrap up Imberhorne's 'Christmas In Our Community' campaign 2020, Our wonderful Year 10s and their families wrapped, tagged and gifted over 200 books to young people in care settings this Christmas. When we launched the 'Gift a Book' project in November,  we had no idea that we would be able to

We would like to share some really great news with the community - Zac Lammas in Year 13 has won the Mid Sussex Applause Award in the Young Achiever Category 2020! Nobody deserves it more than Zac - he is a true inspiration to each and every one of us in school every day. Sally Blackmore, Community Engagement Officer from Mid Sussex District Council, visited on 7th December to personally deliver Zac's award as the usual celebration awards cannot take place this year, sadly. With Zac's permission, he shares his story by video on the link below. Watch to understand just why the school felt compelled to nominate Zac - a huge thank you to Mrs Carol White in the SEND department as well who put the work into the nomination and works so closely with Zac.

 

In association with the Mintridge Foundation and sponsored by the Gatwick Community Trust, we were able to offer 25 of our Year 9 students the opportunity to join in with mentoring from retired Athlete Fil Kamps.

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