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  • Embracing Flexi-Boarding: A Glimpse into the Life of a Boarder

    Published 16/02/24

    In a bid to find out more about flexi-boarding, we sat down with Dan, Year 12, to hear about his boarding experience. Discover why this approach to boarding is not just about convenience, but a holistic lifestyle that promotes wellbeing, minimises commuting stress, and aligns with eco-friendly values. If you're curious about embracing a more flexible and sustainable way of boarding, flexi-boarding could be a great option for you.

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  • Cultivating a Love for Music

    Published 17/01/24

    Worksop College hosts outreach programme with renowned music group, Apollo 5, inspiring Year 4 pupils.

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  • Ballet dancers and Musicians, Actors and Sports Enthusiasts; impressive grades for students this GCSE Results Day

    Published 24/08/23

    Another day of celebrations at Worksop College as the latest cohort of GCSE students receive their results. With grade boundaries adjusted to pre-pandemic levels, Worksop College pupils have not been phased, with a significant portion exceeding their anticipated grades. Being a broad-ability school that celebrates different skills and abilities, achieving such impressive results is quite the accomplishment.

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  • Worksop College Celebrates Remarkable A-Level Results

    Published 17/08/23

    From Medicine to Art, Veterinary Science to Architecture – the future looks bright for Worksop College pupils as they receive their A Level results.

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  • Equestrian Team Achieves Outstanding Results

    Published 20/06/23

    The Worksop College and Ranby House Equestrian Team recently showcased their talent at the National Schools Championships. With teams competing from all corners of the country, our riders left an indelible mark on the event, delivering exceptional performances and earning well-deserved recognition.

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  • College swimmers dominate in UK and Netherlands Championships

    Published 20/06/23

    It’s been another weekend of podium topping action for Worksop College swimmers Jake and Max; with Max going on to receive a Commonwealth Games Talent Pathway call up, and Jake now only a mere 0.3 seconds away from a Dutch National Record.

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  • Equestrian Success at Belsay International Horse Trials

    Published 15/06/23

    A huge well done to George, Year 10, who made an impressive mark at the Belsay International Horse Trials. Competing in the National Pony championships, George's exceptional performance earned him a well-deserved 6th place finish. Now, George eagerly awaits news about his potential selection for the European championships, scheduled to take place in France this July.

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  • Exploring the Skies: An Unforgettable RAF and Navy Trip

    Published 01/06/23

    Over in Newark, a group of our pupils from the Combined Cadet Force (CCF) RAF and Navy embarked on an exciting field trip, which included a visit to the Newark Air Museum and an afternoon of indoor climbing. The cadets were thrilled to have exclusive access to historical aircraft and received a personal guided tour.

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  • Tennis Triumph

    Published 31/05/23

    This week marks the halfway point of the tennis season, so we sat down with Mr Heeramun (Head of Rackets) to get a summary of the season so far as well as an exciting update on our partnership with ClubRackets.com, a Sheffield based business specialising in tennis, badminton and other racket sports. 

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  • Empowering Student Voices: The Role of Peer Listeners in our School

    Published 18/05/23

    This Mental Health Awareness Week, we are delighted to introduce our peer listening scheme, which seeks to create a safe and nurturing environment for pupils. Launched during Mental Health Awareness Week, this scheme embodies the college's commitment to ensuring that every pupil has someone they can turn to, promoting emotional well-being and fostering a strong sense of belonging.

    At Worksop College, the belief that mental health and emotional wellbeing are cornerstones of academic and personal growth is deeply ingrained. Recognising that students may sometimes face challenges and require a listening ear, the peer listening scheme was conceived to ensure that support is readily accessible to all. Mental Health Awareness Week provides a poignant backdrop for this scheme, as it spotlights the importance of mental health and encourages open conversations surrounding it.

    We spoke to Mr Cawley, Wellbeing Lead and mastermind behind the peer listening programme. 

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  • The Red Slippers; a World Premiere

    Published 24/03/23

    The community at Ranby House School will be familiar with the pupils in Year 3 and 4. They may have been spotted in the science lab, the art classroom, or maybe even queueing for lunch. Last week, however, we saw the pupils in a completely different light – we saw something that has never been done before, from Ranbians of past or present. We saw them starring in a world premiere.   

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  • British Science Week at Ranby House

    Published 16/03/23

    This British Science Week, children up and down the country will be exploring the wonders of science, with the theme being 'connections'.

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