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  • ClLIMB every mountain

    ClLIMB every mountain

    Hockerill students have been busy raising money for the charity CLIMB in the last few days.  All students in Years 7-10 took part in a fun run and Luther Okoli-Golding (Year 10) organised a cake competition and bake sale.  In total they raised £800 for the charity which supports children with metabolic diseases. Angela Mackenzie, who is a teaching assistant at Hockerill , will also be running the London Marathon in April in...
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  • Parent Governor Election results

    Following our recent parent governor election we are pleased to announce our three new parent governors as being: Dr Tareq Abouharb Dr Judith Braeckman Mr Branimir Radukic Thank you to all those that voted, we received a record number of votes with the new electronic system.
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  • Hockerill top comprehensive in England for EBacc

    Hockerill top comprehensive in England for EBacc

    The English Baccalaureate score, which the government now use as a key performance measure for GCSEs, was 84%, the highest score achieved by an English Comprehensive school. The more traditional performance measure of 5A*-C grades including English and Maths put Hockerill in the top five, with 94%, whilst the average point score of 412.3 per student was the third highest amongst comprehensive schools in England .
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  • Photographic Christmas Card Competiton 2013

    Photographic Christmas Card Competiton 2013

    The overall winning photograph will be printed as the Hockerill 2013 official school greeting card and go on sale for students, parents and staff to purchase.
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  • Date for your diary - Careers Fair

    Date for your diary - Careers Fair

    Hockerill will be hosting a Careers Fair on Thursday 7th November from 7pm-9pm in St Alban’s Hall and the gym. The event will be open to students and parents in Years 9-13.
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