Newent students are finding friends from as far away as Africa, while learning how lucky they are, thanks to the recent exchange with a school in Kenya.
Year 12 sixth form students have been presented with their certificates for successfully completing the Drive iQ Gloucestershire programme over a period of 10 – 12 weeks as part of their PSHE curriculum
Newent Community School students gave a lesson to Town Councillors as they shared their knowledge of dementia.
First thing you need to know is that it was no ordinary school trip. We were in the Arctic Circle cross country skiing surrounded by a beautiful landscape and totally hospitable people
Budding authors got top tips from best-seller Jamila Gavin when she visited Newent Community School as part of World Book Day celebrations.
Former Newent Community School student Philip Biggin has been awarded the title of Full Professor, in a pioneering scientific field, at one of the world’s most prestigious universities.
Green-fingered Newent Community School students planted 2,500 crocus bulbs today as they teamed up with Newent and District Rotary Club for the Purple4Polio campaign.
On Friday 11th November Newent School invited local dignitaries and community members to join students, staff and Governors in their whole school act of remembrance.
Talented young cooks enjoyed the taste of success at the Great Newent Bake Off
Congratulations to all our students who received their GCSE results on 25th August 2016
Congratulations to all our students who received their A2 and AS results on 18th August 2016
The winners of a closely fought competition to create a radio advert to raise awareness of dementia have been announced.
World Book Day was celebrated today at the School with Joffre White
A Christmas Party hosted by the Sixth Form Committee
Students from the winning team will see their works of art come to life on the district’s street cleansing vehicles.
Having knocked out Deer Park School, Cirencester in the quarter final, our Year 9 cricket team beat The Crypt School by 38 runs in a dramatic County Cup Semi-Final yesterday, Tuesday 16th June.
Three of our Year 10 boys each won a Gold Medal at the Gloucester Games County Finals on Saturday 13th June.
St Johs Ambulance came in to year 7 PSHE to teach the students vital life-saving skills. The session, which incorporated practical elements, helped the students to develop confidence in their ability to know what to do in an emergency situation.
Year 11 celebrated their last day on 22nd May with food and fun.