School Staff Blending a Brew

As part of Richard Challoner School’s INSET day, Marco Olmi from Drury Teas and Coffees, and part of our Challoner Business Network, hosted a tea tasting event to choose a blend that the school could call its own.

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50th Anniversary Scrapbook

The Scrapbook that was put together to commemorate the school’s 50th anniversary is now available online.

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Emergency First Aid at Work course

The Challoner Business Network breakfast meetings are always a great chance to network with local businesses and meet with past students who are successfully building their own companies and looking to give back to the school.

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A Christmas Carol



The Christmas season begins at Richard Challoner School with performances of Charles Dickens’ immortal classic ‘A CHRISTMAS CAROL’ in the Challoner Studio Theatre. Come to our magical new production of Dickens’ evergreen story of Scrooge, Ghosts and Tiny Tim.

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Relentlessly Reasonable

It has been quite some time since I have put pen to paper to update my blog.  There are many reasons for this, but the most obvious is that it’s just not a priority amongst the multifarious tasks that fill up my weekly ‘to do’ list.  It feels a little self-indulgent to pen my thoughts when other pressing matters await my attention. I’m sure it is the ‘little extras’ that keep me occupied!

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Newsletters and Magazines Archive

Welcome to the Richard Challoner School’s ‘Newsletters and School Magazines’ archive. This post will be updated regularly once newsletters and school magazine items become available in pdf format once published.

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House Music 2018

Becket House were the overall winners of the House Music event, but it was an amazing evening of very talented musicians.

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School Musical this April – South Pacific

We are proud to present our next musical production ‘South Pacific’ composed by Richard Rogers with lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II.

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School Funding: What secondary school students in Kingston have to say…

As the funding crisis in Kingston schools escalates, secondary students from across our borough joined together to make a mini-documentary to explain their concerns about the impact that funding cuts will have on their future and why their education is important to them.

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