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  • Vocalize Wow The Albert Hall

    Vocalize Wow The Albert Hall

    On Wednesday morning, our 45-strong choir headed to the prestigious Royal Albert Hall to perform to a packed auditorium in two Primary Proms. Students were excited to discover that they had their own private dressing room that had previously been used by stars such as Jay-Z and Beyonce The two performances brought the house down. It is hard to believe that for some students, this was their first ... Read more

  • GCSE Results

    42% of students achieved five or more 9-4/A*-C grades including English and maths, under this year’s new GCSE grading structure. There was also an increase in the percentage of students achieving a 4 or above in both English and maths – from 41% in 2017 to 46% this year. Additionally, there were a number of individual student successes, including one student, George Gregory, who wa... Read more

  • Celebrating A Level Results

    Celebrating A Level Results

    Celebrating today’s A Level results, with 35% of all A Level entries receiving A*-A grades, 51% receiving A*-B grades and 67% receiving A*-C. Read more

  • SALAD - A Day Dedicated to Oracy

    SALAD - A Day Dedicated to Oracy

    On Friday 6th July Sedgehill ran it’s first SALAD Day- Speaking and Listening and Active Development Day. The focus of the day was having no pens and getting talking. Students were encouraged to think about the way they speak. Read more

  • Goodbye Year 11

    Goodbye Year 11

    On 28th June Sedgehill officially said goodbye to year 11 with a graduation ceremony. Year 11s were applauded by friends, teachers and parents as they arrived into the Theatre space. Mr Antiri and Ms Cassidy awarded special prizes. To mark the occasion, Sedgehill were privileged to have Miatte Fahnbulleh attend to award these prizes. Chair of the New Economics Foundation, Miatta spoke of working... Read more