Surbiton High School is delighted for its Year 13 students who this year recorded the best ever A-level results in the School’s history.
Surbiton High School, which has been providing education in Kingston and the surrounding areas for nearly 135 years, buried a time capsule last Thursday in order to communicate directly with those who will be part of the Surbiton High School community in 2037.
Today United Learning celebrated the outstanding achievements of its primary pupils and staff at a special awards ceremony. The Best in Everyone Primary Awards were presented to pupils and staff from across the Group’s primary schools during a ceremony at the House of Lords.
A Lincoln Minster pupil is celebrating after being announced as the winner of the United Learning Art Competition. Year 12 pupil Artur Giniiatullin’s winning piece Mr Blow the Pirate was chosen out of 25 entries as the winner of United Learning’s annual competition.
This week, primary pupils from 15 schools across United Learning came together to celebrate their social action initiatives at a special graduation ceremony held at Barclays HQ in Canary Wharf, London.
Pupils from United Learning’s primary schools around the country competed last month for the Group’s two regional StorySLAM semi-finals.
Chemmy is passionate about developing life skills in girls through sport. Through her role as an ambassador for Surbiton High she became involved with United Learning.
Surbiton High School is delighted for its Year 13 students who achieved outstanding A-level results, including a 100% pass rate with 51% of all A-level grades being awarded at A*-A and 85% at A*-B.
On Friday 24 June, pupils and staff from across United Learning’s primary schools and academies celebrated this year’s Best in Everyone Awards.
Students across United Learning schools ‘won’ a place at Free the Children’s WE Day for their contribution to local and global communities