Maths teacher counts steps on 100km charity hike

THE head of maths at Gordon’s School in West End walked 100 kilometres – 62 miles – across the South Downs to raise money for Oxfam Great Britain and The Gurkha Welfare... Read more »

Archbishop of Canterbury answer big questions at Woking FC

WOKING Football Club welcomed the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, on Sunday 26 September as part of his Big Questions programme. The archbishop then visited Gordon’s School in West End to conclude... Read more »

Last Post echoes 80th anniversary of wartime link with Menin Gate

EIGHTY years of an iconic remembrance ceremony being carried out at Brookwood Cemetery were marked with the easing of coronavirus restrictions allowing an increase in people attending the event. The Last Post... Read more »

Rolling out the red carpet for Prom nights

STUDENTS at Gordon’s School who missed out on their prom night last year because of the pandemic have finally been able to enjoy the glitz and glamour of the occasion. The West... Read more »

Students triumph in test of spirit and teamwork

STUDENTS from Gordon’s School in West End took pulling together literally when they tackled the Duke of Edinburgh’s Bronze Award. The team of six, part of a contingent of almost 120 Year... Read more »

Gordon’s School earns place in national award finals

GORDON’S School in West End has been selected as a finalist in the national Goldsmiths’ Community Engagement Award in recognition of its work, particularly during lockdown. The Surrey school, along with seven... Read more »

Lament for a Prince

THE Last Post was sounded at Gordon’s School in West End on Saturday evening as the union flag was lowered at the end of the day on which the Duke of Edinburgh’s... Read more »

Bagpipe lament will mark the Duke’s death

GORDON’S School in West End is to mark the death of the Duke of Edinburgh with a bagpipe lament. The lament will be played by Pipe Major Owen Carter at 6pm on... Read more »

Gordon’s golf team wins the Independent Schools Cup

A CLEAR five shot win by Gordon’s School golfers brought the Independent Schools Golf Association (ISGA) Schools Cup back to Surrey with a team score of 115. Charlie Roper shot a 57,... Read more »

Elysee tells the Queen about life in lockdown

WHEN 13-year-old Elysee Spacie became concerned that the Queen might be worried during lockdown, she decided to write to her. The Gordon’s School student told Her Majesty about the vegetables she is... Read more »