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  • 12th Jul

    Notification of Capital Funding

    Notification of Capital Funding

    We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded funding as part of the Government’s Academy Capital Maintenance Funding Programme. We have been allocated funding for one of the two capital bids that we submitted and - subject to planning permission - we hope to begin work in July.
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  • 14th Jun

    World Book Day Quiz

    World Book Day Quiz

    To celebrate World Book Day 2013, GCS Library compiled a quiz for all Year 7 & Year 8 students with multiple- choice questions on classic and contemporary YA/teenage fiction.
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  • 19th Apr

    G-Live Awash in a ‘Symphony of Sound’

    G-Live Awash in a ‘Symphony of Sound’

    The American writer, Henry Miller, once said ‘There is a happiness which comes from creative effort. The joy of dreaming, creating, building – whether in painting a picture, writing an epic, singing a song or composing a symphony …..’, and his words were certainly put to the test a couple of weeks ago, when, on Wed 27th March, GCS created a spectacular.
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  • 22nd Mar

    Geography Department River Wey Visits

    Geography Department River Wey Visits

    On Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th March, all the Year 8 Geography groups went down through Guildford town centre and to the River Wey. We went here as we are currently studying Rivers in Geography lessons and this was a good chance for us to see some real Geography and learn about the river’s past and present use.
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  • 15th Mar

    Hampton Court Visit

    Hampton Court Visit

    On a bitterly cold and fiercely windy spring day, the Lower Sixth History students of Guildford County School arrived at Hampton Court ready and raring to go for an exciting day of historical activity. On the cards was a tour of parts of the Palace relevant to our current Tudor history course, a meeting with Cardinal Wolsey, and free time to explore our own interests.
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