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  • School Production: Hairspray

    Published 19/02/18

    Friday 9th February, just before half term, we concluded our performances of Hairspray. Thank you to everyone who helped put on a spectacular show, but most of all well done to the students who did a truly fantastic job!

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  • Urgent - Ex-Student Incident, click here for further information

    Published 06/02/18

    Urgent - Ex-Student Incident, click here for furhter information 

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  • Summer Fair 2017

    Published 12/06/17

    The local community of Brentford comes together in the basking sun!

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  • Brentford 6th Form Film Premier 2017

    Published 23/05/17

    Better than the Oscars

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  • Substantial Money raised with charity RISE for West Bengal literacy programme

    Published 09/05/17

    Money Raised through Charity, RISE.

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  • Co-op awards Brentford School for Girls community fundingĀ 

    Published 19/04/17

    Brentford School for Girls is awarded The Co-op Local Community Fund

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  • ROAR

    Published 31/03/17

    Students raise money for charity RISE

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  • Vinspired Volunteering

    Published 30/03/17

    Students speed ahead without outstanding volunteering 

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  • Giving Time Coaching

    Published 30/03/17

    Four Brentford 6th Form students learn to coach 1-1

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  • Year 6 - 7 Transition

    Published 29/03/17

    Brentford School for Girls welcomes Year 6 students for September

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  • Oxbridge SeminarsĀ 

    Published 27/03/17

    As part of the Newnham programme, students of Brentford 6th Form had the opportunity to attend a variety of short Oxbridge style seminars, as part of a conference held at Epsom Racecourse, Surrey. The students selected seminars from a range of courses including Medicine, Engineering, English, Geography, Psychology and Humanities. Alongside subject courses, there were also sessions on how to write competitive applications and all about student life at Oxford and Cambridge University. The seminars gave a good insight into the courses, giving us clear information about the course structures, entry requirements and common misconceptions about the subjects.

    The students described how they were able to explore courses within the field of science that could follow their A Levels currently studied. One student found Bio-medical Science fascinating, which previously, was never a consideration. Overall, the conference helped all the students re-focus on where they want to be, and how they could get there. There was quite a variety of subjects, so they all had something they found interest in. It allowed all of them to think carefully about their futures at university. As Samira stated “It put things into perspective as the sessions showed me that anyone can get into the top universities if they work hard; the reputation of top universities is worse than the reality.

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  • British Science Week

    Published 20/03/17

    Student detectives decipher mystery

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