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  • “I believe that education should be completely based on educating the whole child.” - Welcoming Helen Clark, new Deputy Head at Ranby House

    Published 23/09/20

    Ranby House welcomed Helen Clark to the role of Deputy Head this term.

    As she settles into the role, Helen talks us through her career background and why working at Ranby House is the perfect fit.    

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  • “Endless possibilities to learn and explore” - Meet Richard Kitson, our new Fine Art Teacher

    Published 16/09/20

    The autumn term is now in full swing as we welcome back staff, students and a few new faces too!  

    We caught up with new Fine Art Teacher, Mr Richard Kitson, to discuss his career so far and upcoming exhibition.

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  • GCSEs 2020: Almost HALF of grades awarded at 8 or 9 - increase for third consecutive year

    Published 20/08/20

    Celebrations continued today as GCSE students at Worksop College received their eagerly anticipated GCSE results. The school has seen an increase again this year making it the third year in a row that As, A*s 8s and 9 grades are up, with 44% of all results awarded at the top grades.

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  • GCSE results 2020 - what to expect

    Published 19/08/20

    Although we've received the welcome news that Centre Assessed Grades WILL be used to award GCSE results, we know the last few months have been a confusing time. Here's what you can expect tomorrow..

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  • A level results 2020: Top grades remain consistent for second year in a row

    Published 13/08/20

    A strange day for all this morning as teachers and pupils gathered to open their A level results. As with every other school in the UK, today’s results were based primarily on predictions. Based on past work, mock exams and student ranking, these results were then standardised according to factors including a school's past performance and pupils’ past exam results. 

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  • A level results day - what to expect

    Published 11/08/20

    Further to our email back in June - here is what you can expect over the next few days...

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  • Sporting 'bingo' bags Joe a £25 voucher

    Published 30/06/20

    With Sporting events and matches off the cards, the PE department at Worksop College has been running an innovative sporting challenge to supplement the live PE lessons and Strength & Conditioning sessions delivered this term.

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  • A fair and inclusive society: our role

    Published 15/06/20

    In light of the events all over the world, as we witness individuals and communities challenging racism and injustice, it is important that we state our own values, clearly and plainly.

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  • 12 year old Notts boy named ‘Young Musician of the Year’ in nationwide competition

    Published 01/06/20

    12 year old Christian Aldridge from Tuxford has lots to celebrate, last Friday he beat 120 young musicians to bag the top prize at the Woodard Schools’ Young Musician of the Year competition.

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  • Worksop College launch Vodcast Q&A series with Premier League and FIFA Referee, David Coote

    Published 21/05/20

    It's not every day you get to speak to a Premier League and FIFA Referee, but that's exactly what current upper sixth student, Christian Beaumont did when he interviewed Old Worksopian David Coote (Portland 95 - 00).

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  • Creative biology? James 'rose' to the challenge

    Published 20/05/20

    Biology Teacher Andrea Varney has been consistently impressed with the quality of work submitted by her Year 7s during remote learning, but one student in particular has really risen to the challenge with his ‘Plant Reproduction’ project.

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  • Thank you mummy and daddy! – Sathvik shows his support for the NHS

    Published 15/05/20

    Sathvik, a pupil in Year 3 at Ranby House School was prompted to cook for his parents - both of whom are Doctors working in Bassetlaw - after Headmaster David Thorpe asked children to ‘show your appreciation for the NHS and send us a picture.’

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