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On Friday 24th April two local Parliamentary candidates came to visit our school. Sam Gyimah (Conservative) and Matt Wilson (Labour) answered questions from our students.
Some of our Duke of Edinburgh Award students met Prince Edward at High Ashurst yesterday. Edward was visiting to look at the facilities there and see what services the Surrey Youth Development Service supports. We were the only school in Surrey chosen to go and the Prince spent ten minutes speaking to our students and
Keith Duffy visited the school to present the certificates to last year's year 11's. He was also a judge for Limpsfield Grange has got talent! Grace Wallace was the winner with her fantastic stand up comedy routine.
Beth Warboys (Year 11 student last year) met Sophie, Countess of Wessex, at the NAS Conference in Harrogate. Beth had the idea of writing a book for teenage girls with autism and this was made possible by the National Autistic Society who agreed to sponsor the book.
Our student's book 'M' was launched at the NAS Conference in Harrogate. It's the story of a teenage girl with Autism and gives a real insight into how the condition affects everyday life. Thank you to Beth Warboys who had the idea for the book in the first place, Robert Pritchett and the NAS for
Tierz the hip hop/rap artist performed in school last week, the students absolutely loved him.
The Rt. Hon. David Blunkett MP visited the school with his guide dog Cosby and spent time talking to our students. This is his comment in our visitor's book: 'An exemplar of education at its very best. Focused on the whole person and inspiring young women to take on and overcome the challenges of the future.'