We are delighted to announce that after many months of delay, construction of the 'new' Shepstone House will begin this week.
Mr Craig MacKenzie, Chairman of the Governing Body was on site this morning with Mr Ken Hackland (left) and Mr Chris Luman (right) to symbolically turn the earth and thereby 'open' the site.
We look forward to updating you with pictures of the progress of the building.
Friday saw the long-awaited Music Centre officially being opened.
Director of Music, Mr Simon Stickells welcomed everyone and thanked all those that had made the new centre possible, in particular Mr Ken Hackland
Mr Luman then welcomed ex-headmaster Mr Keith Olivier to open the new centre. In his address, Keith Olivier emphasised how pleased he was with the new addition as he had always had a soft spot for music. This was initially kindled by Mr Willy Hudson, headmaster of the school when he was a schoolboy. Later, as a new teacher at College, Headmaster Mr Fuller had reinforced the importance of music in the school.
He was pleased to see that Mrs Mary Ann Hartley's legacy was being continued.
We are delighted with the new centre and wish all our budding musicians many happy hours of making music!
Congratulations to the 31 boys named as acting prefects and the 50 boys who have been appointed as house leaders for 2018.
Our cyclists participated in the final leg of the 2017 Spur Inter-school MTB series at Thomas More.
Well done to the following boys:
College placed second overall in the series by only 9 points (out of 319) behind Thomas More.