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Year 7 practise teambuilding with Royal Navy
Year 7 practise teambuilding with Royal Navy

Teamwork was the name of the game on Tuesday November 9, when Year 7 were joined by the Royal Navy Attract Team for a Team Building Day. Each student took part in a one-hour session, in groups, to complete challenges comprising of Spiders Web (having to negotiate a...

Year 7 practise teambuilding with Royal Navy

Teamwork was the name of the game on Tuesday November 9, when Year 7 were joined by the Royal Navy Attract Team for a Team Building Day. Each student took part in a one-hour session, in groups, to complete challenges comprising of Spiders Web (having to negotiate a large web to allow all members of the group to pass through the individual holes), Cylinder Challenge (working as a team to remove a large cylinder from a large rope circle without entering the circle) and STEM Challenge (building a...

Geography rocks down in Dorset

Geography rocks down in Dorset

Year 13 Geography students had the best weather when they travelled down to Dorset for a day of coastal and urban fieldwork just before half term. The students visited Studland Bay, Swanage and Bournemouth, where they undertook a range of fieldwork techniques and...

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Literature love shown in pumpkin parade

Literature love shown in pumpkin parade

It has been great to see many of our students participate in our Literary Pumpkin Competition. The creative designs were very impressive! The winning student pumpkin was 'Jack and Sally' from The Nightmare Before Christmas. Ms Cooze's 'Coraline' was voted by 60...

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Houses go head to head in live performance

Houses go head to head in live performance

A live audience was warmly welcomed back into the School Hall for our first event of the year on Thursday, October 14, when the students performed House Music. Last year the students sent in a recording of a song or tune they performed which we shared in tutor. This...

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Welcoming a new face

Welcoming a new face

A teacher who has spent 14 years in the profession has joined Theale Green School as the new assistant headteacher. Now into his fourth week at the school, Matt Bowler says the welcome he’s received from students and staff has been fantastic. “There’s a real sense of...

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Putting wellness first

Putting wellness first

Headteacher Jo Halliday has been speaking on the Well Schools podcast, a series of discussions with school leaders who are improving educational outcomes, by placing wellbeing at the heart of their school. In episode 7, Jo talks about the school’s incredible progress...

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Theale Green School students celebrate GCSE success

Theale Green School students celebrate GCSE success

Year 11 students are celebrating this morning after receiving their GCSE results - the gateway to the next stage of their education. These results are a good foundation for students who are going on to continue their journey with us at our highly successful Sixth...

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