Congratulations to Alex Thomas who writes….. I am writing to inform the Alumni Association with the good news that my PhD thesis in Archaeology and Anthropology at Bristol University has been accepted by my examiners. The thesis explored the archaeological and manuscript landscapes of the Danelaw Boundary of the late 9th century. Due to the […]
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Mr Andy Porter (Head of Humanities and Geography teacher) and Rebecca (Nee Way) Porter ( PE teacher) are delighted to announce the birth of their daughter. “Becs and I are thrilled to welcome our baby girl, Ava Elizabeth Porter into our family. She was born with a bang on bonfire night at 9:45, weighing 8lb […]
A £500,000 fundraising campaign to help save the life of a Redbourn student suffering from leukaemia has smashed its target in days. Alviar Cohen has what he describes as “the bad kind of leukaemia” as he is in the 10 per cent of patients who cannot be cured. Intense chemotherapy; a bone marrow transplant from […]
Jonathan spent 2019 living in Tokyo, Japan where he worked on delivering the VIP hospitality programme for Rugby World Cup 2019. After an exciting year he has now returned to London where he is a Senior Event Manager delivering the VIP partnership programmes in Formula 1.
England’s charge to a second successive Grand Slam continued as they inflicted Ireland’s first defeat of the 2020 Women’s Six Nations. Sarah McKenna scores for England in five-try thrashing of Ireland https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/rugby-union/51605375 Women’s Six Nations: England v Ireland England: (22) 27 Tries: Hunter, Dow, Breach, Fleetwood, McKenna Cons: Scarratt Ireland: (0) Courtesy of […]
Sarah McKenna, nicknamed ‘MC’, (2007) is competing in the 2020 Women’s Six Nations Rugby Championship. Sarah is enjoying a stand out season for Saracens and England. Currently in the England line up Sarah was impressive in the first Six Nations match. England Women held off a massive France fightback to begin the defence of their […]
Harpenden stunned unbeaten London One North leaders North Walsham with a last-gasp converted try giving them a 31-29 success on Saturday 16th November. The Redbourn Lane-based rugby club have made a solid start to the new campaign following their promotion last season but even after recording five victories from their opening nine games, this one […]
Breakthrough just the start for Harpenden’s latest Man in Black Ralph Adams-Hale A first try for Saracens may not have been enough to get him a Heineken Cup semi-final spot against Munster but there is no denying that it has been a memorable year for Ralph Adams-Hale. The Harpenden man made his first Gallagher Premiership […]
Luca Kawahara-Musiu (Y11) will be competing in the Commonwealth Powerlifting Championships in St John, Newfoundland, Canada from 15 – 21 September 2019. This is a massive achievement and a great opportunity for Luca. The entry fee and anti doping costs are funded but Luca is having to fund his flight and other costs. In order […]
It is with great sadness that we hear that Ms Liz Berdinner has died on Friday June 7th 2019. Liz was an accomplished English specialist teacher whose knowledge of grammar, punctuation and literature was renowned throughout the school. After Roundwood, she moved away and lived in High Wycombe. More recently she became quite unwell and […]