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  • 9th Oct

    The Performance Academy Dance Show

    The Performance Academy Dance Show

    8 of our MA students took part in a cabaret show for The Performance Academy. Mrs Rose, Miss Lockhart and Miss Baker went along to support the students, it was a lovely show and all the students were very talented. Lily Blackmore, Neve Crossley, Erin Penrose, Ethan Crossley, Faye Woods, Amber Higgins and Leah Woods.
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  • 8th Oct

    Year 7 Boys football - WINNERS!

    Year 7 Boys football - WINNERS!

    Our Year 7 Boys team played their second fixture of the season against St Paul’s School and came away as 3-2 winners! Absolute brilliant performances all over the pitch with goals from Scott Doak (2) and Henry Dalton!  
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  • 3rd Oct

    Year 7 Girls football

    Year 7 Girls football

    Our Year 7 girls football team played their first competitive fixture against Magna Carta school and ran out 2-0 winners! Huge congratulations to all the girls who played. Strong performances all round and looking forward to the rest of the season!
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  • 5th Sep

    Outstanding Sporting Achievements

    Outstanding Sporting Achievements

    On the weekend of August 11/12 Ross competed in the south of England 1500m championships. He managed to negotiate his way through the heats and into the final on the Sunday . He had a great run in the final recording a new personal best , beating a current European champion along the way . On the 25th of August he then competed in the England national championships , running the 3000 meters at Bedford ,again making the final . Again h...
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  • 24th Aug

    Delight at GCSE results

    Delight at GCSE results

    Coming hard on the heels of the long-awaited ‘good’ judgement in June, the GCSE results at The Matthew Arnold School were the best ever for the third year in a row. Students celebrated record results in English and maths, with more students than ever achieving the ‘crossover’ at all levels, including the very highest.  The percentage of students gaining a grade in English and maths from 9-5 was 48%, which is an unp...
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