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Parent Workshops

15 Mar 2018 - 12:13PM Ms Williams (Head of Yellow Tie Achievement) is hosting two workshops for parents: 'Supporting my son with exam revision' will be held on Thursday 22nd March at 6pm; 'Building Better Boundaries with my Son' will be held on Thursday 26th April from 6-6.45pm. Parents and carers are invited to attend these workshops aimed at supporting pupils to flourish at school.… read more

My Ed App

12 Mar 2018 - 08:53AM A reminder to parents that the college is now using the My Ed app to communicate. Download the app to report Absences and receive messages from the college about upcoming events at no cost. We will also be using the app to send home information such as exam timetables and reports so it is important for all parents to download the app as soon as possible… read more

Bevin News 9th March 2018

08 Mar 2018 - 03:09PM News of the Ski Trip, World Book Day, Faraday Challeng, CCF Field Day, Assault Course, Jack Petchey Challenge and National Apprenticeships week. Plus Coach Renan is named Coach of the Year at the Active Wandsworth Awards 2017, Sonny achieves the Grand Slam in all 5 freestyle swimming events and the Table Tennis players head for the Nationals.… read more

Tuesday 6th March - College closing 2.45pm

05 Mar 2018 - 08:18AM Water supplies have once again been cut off to the site and the college is operating on its limited water reserves. As a result college will close at 2.45pm. Children can stay on site until 3.30pm but must report to their Head of Year for supervision if they remain in college. College will be open Wednesday 7th March, register as normal at 8.45am in tutor bases… read more

Coach of the Year

19 Feb 2018 - 03:22PM Congratulations to Renan Wiest, our Greenhouse Sport Table Tennis coach, who was named Coach/Instructor of 2017 at the Active Wandsworth Awards. Last year Renan coached two teams to the National finals and he was selected by Table Tennis England to coach at a International Training camp in Portugal. … read more

Bevin News 9th February 2018

09 Feb 2018 - 12:14PM Roman ruins, beautiful coastlines and of course pizza and gelato on the Italy trip. Plus STEM activities including Lab in a Lorry and Bridges for School and Boxing Champ's visit and the Jack Petchey Speak Out Challenge. In sport the U16s are through to the National Table Tennis finals. the U15s qualify for the next round of the nationals and Year 7 &8 win the Indoor Athletics competition.… read more

Bridges for School

08 Feb 2018 - 03:54PM Blue Ties took part in a Bridges for School workshop run by STEM ambassadors. The boys under the supervision of engineers from Mott MacDonald and BAM Nuttal had a great time building a 6-metre bridge and model bridges made from knex. The boys tested the strength of their bridges and talked to the engineers about their careers.… read more

Sign up for Ski Trip 2019

07 Feb 2018 - 11:46AM If you are interested in finding out about next year's ski trip please see Mr Dapaah or Mr Bailey. Closing date is not until next October but spaces are limited so if you want to go, please get a letter to take home as soon as possible. The trip will be to the Les 3 Vallees in France & cost will be £679 .… read more

Bevin News 26th January 2018

25 Jan 2018 - 02:22PM The Mayor of Wandsworth visited the CCF this week - see photos of his visit in this week's Bevin News. Plus Year 7 talk 'Rubbish', BBC STEM Careers day, Climate Change Exhibition & Wellcome Trust visits, College Council's charities, judo medals, Volleyball teams through to the Last 8s, Table Tennis qualify for Regional finals & Sonny wins swimming golds!… read more


18 Jan 2018 - 10:46AM Join us for an afternoon to create, develop, investigate, program & learn! On Saturday 3rd February the STEAM (Science Technology, Engineering, Art & Maths) departments will be running a STEAM Day where boys and girls aged 7-14 years old can design and build their own angry bird projectile & catapult and create a flappy bird app. All are welcome but you must sign up first.… read more

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