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ONE CAN TRUST- Collection...

The important charity work that the GMS community involves itself with is impressive. This week is Children in Need week, so just to remind all our readers that the school is collecting for the One Can Trust, because we feel that children and families, local to Marlow, can best be helped by donating food to this impressive charity. This Wycombe based organisation...

Talented Author: Mr Tony ...

GMS are excited to announce the visit of a popular author, who is coming in to speak to speak to Years 7 and 8 on 18th November. For the second time the librarians have invited Mr  Lee to address the lower years. All of Yr 7 and Yr 8 will hear the author, the very talented Mr Tony Lee, talk in the main hall.  He is a  New York Times Best Selling Author of comics,...

Furze Platt Level Crossin...

Track renewals – Furze Platt, leading to Cookham.  For all GMS readers who use Network Rail, they have given notice that essential maintenance work is to be carried out to the railway track in the Furze Platt area leading to Cookham. The track is nearing the end of its design life, so the old track will be removed and replaced with new. The dates of disruption are...

Year 7 Parents’ Eve...

GMS would like to invite all parents and carers of Year 7 to a Parents’ Evening on Thursday 5th December 2019. The Online Appointment Booking facility allows appointments to be made from 15.45 until 19.30. The school regards this as an important evening that provides parents and carers with the opportunity to meet with subject teachers to discuss their...

Inspirational Students Ov...

Overcoming hurdles is one strength GMS try to instil in their students, so this story about Sophie Cook is welcomed as an inspirational story. Sophie was an elite gymnast training some 25 hours per week. She started at the age of 8 and competed at national level, both within her club and for her school. Sadly, age 12 she then sustained a pars fracture in her back,...

Trip to Macbeth

Trip To RBL’s Macbeth, on Wednesday 6th November. Last Wednesday the English and Drama Departments took some of the cast from last year’s production of Macbeth to see a professional performance in Reading’s impressive Minster. A visit to any Shakespeare tragedy is an ambitious undertaking for a school and this production was not modified in any way for school...

Climate Change: Citizensh...

Amelia Jones writes about a Citizenship Department initiative. One of the biggest strengths of our school is the amount of charity work we participate in. Today one of the Citizenship Department goals is to voice their opinion on important issues through their work with Amnesty International. A dedicated group of students are currently fighting the issue of climate...

ONE CAN TRUST: Collection...

GMS works closely with One Can Trust, a charity that operates a food bank service in High Wycombe. One Can provide food to people across South Bucks who may find themselves in need at a time of crisis. GMS is asking readers to help by donating items from the list on the poster below. All donations are gratefully received and can be deposited in school from Monday...

Science Club KS3

Amelia Jones, Sixth Form Reporter, writes about Science Club. At Great Marlow School we offer a wide range of extra curricular activities. A particular favourite of students lower down the school is Science Club run by Miss Westie. The club offers a fabulous opportunity to enjoy science in a different way than students can in lessons with experiments such as...

Ben Pease Runs for Motor ...

Amelia Jones, Sixth Form Reporter, interviewed Ben Pease, on his charity run. On the 19th October 2019 Ben Pease, a sixth form student, completed a 10 mile run for the Motor Neuron Disease, International Charity. The charity raises awareness, provides support and informs people globally about the disease. A specific quality of the charity is their many fundraising...
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