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  • 06/02/24

    Year 11 visit to Royal Holloway University

    On Friday 12th January, 14 of our Year 11 Languages students visited the Royal Holloway University in Surrey where they met industry experts who use foreign languages in their daily lives. This was kindly organised by the Languages for All charity. Our lucky students received advice for their GCSEs...
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  • 22/12/23

    Bolder Christmas Concert

    A massive well done to all of the talented musicians and tech team who took part in the Bolder Christmas Concert. The calibre was exceptionally high this year and certainly brought about that Christmas feeling!
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  • 18/12/23

    Y8 & Y9 Aberdovey Residential Trip

    71 students and 6 staff enjoyed an action packed week in Aberdovey, Wales. Activities included gorge walking, mountaineering, kayaking and jumping off a pier into the sea. The highlight of the trip was the trek through the mountains of Snowdonia. After a gruelling trek with stunning views the...
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  • 15/12/23

    Y9 Sky Coding Event

    A team of Sky software engineers visited Bolder to run a coding session for Y9 students. What an amazing experience to have access to such professionals! Students' learned how to code using a block coding method, and how programming the computer when to interpret input commands. Students...
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  • 13/12/23

    Every Future Foundation’s Activism Academy

    We have 3 students in Y9 - Cadence M, Chloe C, and Stephanie L who have begun taking part in Every Future Foundation’s ‘Activism Academy’ programme. These students will take part in sessions on activism & allyship, using social media for effective activism, public speaking a...
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  • 15/11/23

    Bolder Diwali Celebrations

    We had a fantastic time welcoming parents/carers and students for our first Diwali celebration. We were treated to delicious homemade besan barfi and a custard drink made by our Y12 students Gabrielle O, Manisha P, Yasmin E and Wail H, as well as cupcakes made by Jessica, Hope and Marwa H (9F...
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  • 06/11/23

    Y12 Duke of Edinburgh Gold Practice

    Before the October half-term break, 19 of our Sixth Form students tackled the very difficult terrain of the Brecon Beacons in Wales. The four-day expedition weather conditions made the trip even tougher as they navigated their way and camped through the full force of Storm Babet. The students sho...
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  • 27/10/23

    Year 8 Football Success

    2 great wins for the Y8 Boys' Football Team. They won 7-0 against close rivals Heston and 3-0 against Isleworth & Syon. Well done Boys!
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  • 16/10/23

    Bolder Values Day - McClaren STEM Workshop

    The Smallpeice Trust partnered with McClaren to visit Bolder Academy to run a workshop with our Y9 students. The students had a fantastic day and Sidakbir S in 9D has written a short summary of the day. Today was one of the best day ever! Team McLaren came to our school and gave us an insight int...
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  • 08/09/23

    'Restore The Music Foundation School' (RTM)

    At the end of last year, Bolder Academy was accepted as part of the RTM foundation for the high quality music education we offer and was consequently awarded a £20,000 grant to spend on new instruments this year! As well as a class set of brass instruments, recorders for all of our Y8 stude...
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  • 04/09/23

    Bolder - A Year of Triumph

    Celebrating Our First GCSE Results at Bolder It's with immense joy and pride that we are able celebrate the exceptional accomplishments of our talented students who have recently received their GCSE results. These results not only reflect their hard work and dedication but also mark a signifi...
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  • 01/09/23

    D of E Award Expeditions – Summer 2023

    At the end of the summer term, there were two successful Duke of Edinburgh trips to the Surrey Hills for the Bronze and Silver Level Awards. The first trip included thirty Y9 students and the second trip included thirty-four Y10/11 students. Students acquired vital learning and survival skills in...
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