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  • Cut to the chase: how barbering is helping tackle male suicide

    Published 09/10/20

    Just over three years ago, Old Worksopian (OW) Darren Birch (P 97 – 02) opened his own barber shop as part of an initiative with The Lions Barber Collective, a mental health awareness and suicide prevention charity, designed to encourage men to open up. Having been in the Police force prior and his experiences significantly affecting his mental health – his work now centres around preventing male suicide. 

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • BLOG: Healthy overnight oats

    Published 15/04/20

    Anyone else struggling to eat healthily at the moment? Here's a great recipe for overnight oats, courtesy of Head of Food & Nut, Mel Christodoulou - complete with Nutrition table! 

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  • BLOG: Setting up your workspace

    Published 15/04/20

    It’s been a very different start to the Summer term this year and our students and staff have adapted to the situation wonderfully.

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  • Thank you - a message from our Head, Dr John Price

    Published 01/04/20

    Worksop College and Ranby House are special institutions of learning, with great history and tradition, and a real sense of community.

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  • The History of the Dorm Run

    Published 26/03/20

    OW and athletics enthusiast, Simon Langley (T 96 - 01) shares the history of the Dorm Run.

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  • Tips for working at home

    Published 25/03/20

    This week remote working began for both staff and students at Worksop College and Ranby House, thanks to our fantastic IT team.

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  • Our golfers qualify for HMC foursomes regional final

    Published 17/03/20

    Last week our golfers competed in the HMC foursomes regional semi-finals against Bolton School. The match was played at a wet Bolton Golf Club on Wednesday 11 March. 

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