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Five- O- Challenge

After 11 weeks of busy fundraising the Five O Team were able to handover the monies raised to St Catherine’s volunteer David Gubb.  The team are not allowed to announce how much they have raised so far but they are very pleased and proud of the students and staff who have given so generously.  They have supported the team in a whole host of diverse fun filled events from a Staff vs Student Lip Sync Battle to a marathon day of car washing! 

The team now has one last challenge and that is to prepare for the Awards Evening at Christ’s Hospital on Thursday 25th April 2019. They will have the chance of winning 4 awards on the night – Most Money Raised; Most Pounds Per Pupil Raised; Most Innovative Fundraising Idea and Best Presentation. We look forward to sharing the amount raised and the outcome of the awards after the ceremony in April.

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Sports Newspaper

We are proud to be able to introduce you to our new Sports Newspaper which will be available every Friday, here you can find information regarding our students sporting success, upcoming fixtures and results please click here for the latest sports newsletter

 

Duke of Edinburgh (Year 9)

Since February the Bronze Duke of Edinburgh's Award expedition groups have been undertaking regular training after school on Wednesdays, and on 22nd April they had their first outdoor training on the Ashdown Forest.   The group received instruction in using OS map and compass, and then took it in turns to lead the navigating between points along the route.   The weather was glorious, and the team spirit was high, as the groups enjoyed each other’s company and the countryside.  Some novice navigators were surprised by their natural aptitude.   The Leaders have been both pleased and encouraged by the enthusiasm of the inaugural TBCC DofE expedition participants.   They are making very good progress. View the Image Gallery

 

 

 

One to One Music Lessons with Sussex Academy of Music

Learning an instrument can be a fantastic way to help with confidence, social skills and academic development.

Spaces are limited and will be awarded on a 'first come first serve' basis, if your child is interested in starting lessons, it is recommended to contact SAM as soon as possible on 01273 465 122 or schools@sussexmusic.com to ensure your child is reserved a space.

Lessons take place Thomas Bennett Community College and are available as one-to-one or paired.

One-to-one 30min lessons are £14.50 per lesson and paired 30min lessons are £10.50 per lesson per person. Lessons are paid for in half-termly blocks. There is sometimes subsidies available if your child receives free school meals.

Please click for more information