News

  • Cancelled Open Evening and Open Morning

    Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 we have had to cancel our annual Open Evening and Open Morning events. We understand how important it is for parents/carers and students to see the school prior to making an application so please do look at the video as this will cover some of what is discussed during the events. The PowerPoint also provides some additional information. Many thanks in advance for your understanding.
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  • Congratulations Year 11

    Dear Parents and Year 11 students Today our congratulations go to our year 11 students who receive their GCSE results. These grades are the end result of many years of hard work, commitment and focus. Students and their families should take time to be pleased and proud of these achievements as well as putting the educational and wider stresses of the of the past six months to one side. As a school we are extremely proud of this cohort of students.
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  • Spanish Exchange Visit

    We have had a fantastic week with our partner school, St Patricks in San Sebastian. Pupils have enjoyed hosting and getting to know their partners before we return in September. During the day, Spanish pupils have visited London, had Maths and Drama lessons, been up Spinnaker tower, visited Beaulieu and much more. parents have enabled their children and their partners to have a super social life too with visits to Flip Out, the cinema and some informal get togethers.
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  • Ski Trip

    The ski trip is a highly anticipated annual residential for Years 8 - 11, and this February half term's second venture to Madonna de Campiglio in the Dolomites was another roaring success! A trip designed to accommodate skiers of all abilities, from the newbie who has never even seen snow, to the seasoned off-piste professional – all abilities are welcome! The ski trip 2020 saw a cohort of a complete range of abilities (including amongst the staff!). Having left Thornden on Friday before the end of the school day, staff and students traversed a number of countries over the course of the 24hour coach journey, eventually arriving at what was, effectively, the ski trip's own private hotel.
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  • Sport Relief 2020

    The first of our Sport Relief Miles (or more) took place on Monday 9th March. All Yr. 7s and Yr. 8s will get the chance to run the Sport Relief Mile (or more) in one of their PE lessons this week, hopefully being sponsored to go as far as they can for this great cause (5.5 miles was the furthest on Monday).
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  • U13 Girls Football County Cup Semi Final

    On Monday 2nd March the U13 girls football team played Kings in the Hampshire Cup Semi final. To say it was a tense game would be an understatement! The team went 1-0 down fairly early on after the ball took a nasty bobble on the pitch and headed goal bound. Thornden managed to pull it back just before half time via a goal from Kezia.
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  • Regional Badminton Success

    Thornden's U14 girls and U16 boys went to Guildford on Thursday last week as county champions to represent Hampshire schools in the South East Regional Tournament. The standard of badminton on display in both competitions was phenomenal. The U16 boys played really well but just lost each of their 3 group matches by 3 games to 2 in what was the stronger group on the day. The highlight was Sam beating the England No. 3 in his opening singles match.
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