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RoundUp 090 : Friday 31st March 2017

The latest edition of RoundUp has just been published and can be found by clicking here

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The Girls Theatre Trip

Please see attached below containing details of a Theatre Trip to ‘The Girls’ being organised to support our three school charities.

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Roundup 089 : Friday 17th March 2017

The latest edition of Roundup has just been published and can be found by clicking here

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British Science Week 2017

Please find below a presentation on the events that are happening at Roundwood Park to celebrate British Science Week (10-19th March 2017)

Science Week

Dowie (2006) continues to cross the globe to play soccer.

England forward Natasha Dowie has joined US top-flight side, the Boston Breakers, having left Doncaster Rovers Belles in July 2016. The 28-year-old played under current Breakers head coach Matt Beard when he managed Liverpool Ladies. Dowie, who has 14 England caps, had a spell with Melbourne Victory in 2015 before making four appearances for Doncaster last season. “If you get her in scoring situations, she’ll score goals,” Beard said. “She works hard, and I think that will rub off on some of the players. The players won’t get a rest when she’s in training and in games.”

Also see: http://thesetpieces.com/interviews/far-flung-adventures-natasha-dowie-globetrotting-career

Georgina (2011) stars in NewsRevue on London stage.

Georgina Thomas is a recent graduate of The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama who likes a damn good pun. She is a writer and performer and when not scrolling through twitter, listening to Radio 4 and devouring newspapers, Georgina likes a good gin and tonic. Georgina is a member of the Soho Theatre Young Company and is currently writing cookery-based comedy. With an extra-large spoon at the ready, Georgina can’t wait to tuck into a big bowl of NewsRevue.

NewsRevue cracked its first gag at The Gate, London, back in 1979 and in the summer of that year premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where it has returned annually ever since. It was the creation of Cambridge university chums Mike Hodd and Jack Thorington. Professor Michael Hodd has remained with the show since the very beginning. A few years after its inception it moved to its own venue, the Canal Café Theatre, where it continues to play to packed houses 50 weeks of the year.

Georgina is appearing in NewsRevue at the Canal Café in March and early April only.