Tatler magazine's influential annual guide to the top prep and public schools in the UK is published this week.
Below are pictures from this year's Luka's Memorial Walk. It was lovely day and we all enjoyed it including passing Dragon boat race and resting at Grange Park on Luka's bench. We hope to see you next year.
Best wishes, Slavo
Not to be outdone by the record-breaking Upper Sixth, our GCSE candidates have also enjoyed a record set of results. More than 90% of grades were at A* or A (those grades demanded by leading universities) and, astonishingly, the most common grade of all was an A*.
On Tuesday 26th June we were fortunate enough to welcome back a wonderful team of medics and our profound thanks go to Adam Harper (H. 1984-89) Consultant Physician in Elderly Care and General Internal Medicine, Matthew Staniforth (R. 1988-93) Consultant in Emergency Medicine Worthing Hospital, Dr Alison Taylor (F. 1982-84) GP, and Lisa Barrott (F. 1985-87) Acute Oncology Clinical Nurse Specialist.
Both the Simon Smith Building and the Skidelsky Building last week won highly prestigious awards from The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) for architectural excellence. At their annual awards ceremony, each of the College's most recent buildings won the RIBA's South East Downland regional award for outstanding architecture. Ten awards were made in total out of 179 submissions.