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  • 14/02/20

    Semi-Final Week in the Testbourne Bakeoff 2020

    It was semi-final week in the Testbourne Bakeoff 2020 and the bakers had their biggest challenge yet.  Bread! And not just any bread, an eight strand plait! To ensure that the dough had time to prove, the bakers came in during lunch time to make their dough.  When they arrived after sch...
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  • 12/02/20

    Indoor Archery Hampshire Championships

    "Last weekend I shot at the Indoor Archery Hampshire Championships which was held over two days. The first day was a Metric Round with a shooting distance of 25 and 18 metres. On the second the day was a Portsmouth Round with a shooting distance of 20 yards. After shooting on both days, I...
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  • 07/02/20

    TCS New Minibus

    Today we took delivery of our brand new minibus, provided through Hampshire Transport Management, to replace one of our older models.  Our students are proud to represent the school when attending events in the community, so it is fitting that students can be proud to travel in style as well...
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  • 05/02/20

    "Exploring What Matters" begins in Whitchurch

    New course to help make Whitchurch a happier and more caring place, backed by the Dalai Lama - a 8-week course proven to leave people happier and more likely to help others. On Tuesday 24th March 2020, a new course called Exploring What Matters begins in Whitchurch to help people discover how to...
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  • 04/02/20

    Year 10 Cook-Along Live

    Today in Food Preparation and Nutrition, 10Y had their first Cook-Along Live making Paris-Breast. This is a French choux pastry circle with a crème-pâtissier filling. The circular shape represents a bicycle wheel to mark the Paris to Brest cycle race. The cook a-long live idea came a...
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  • 04/02/20

    Round 4 of The Testbourne Bakeoff

    Round 4 of The Testbourne Bakeoff saw the remaining 10 bakers make 12 shortbread fingers.  Each finger had to have 8 pricks down the middle.  Sounds easy!  The bakers thought so too! In fact it was quite a challenge.  The shortbread had to have a light, crumbly textu...
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  • 03/02/20

    GCSE Dance Workshop

    On Friday 31st January the Year 10 GCSE Dance students experienced a professional full day workshop with choreographer, Mel Simpson. The GCSE Dance comprises of many elements: solo performance, duet/trio performance, choreography and the written paper. The dancers were working with Mel to finis...
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  • 31/01/20

    African Choir perform to Year 7

    An African choir from Uganda performed to the whole of Year 7 on Thursday 30th January as part of their tour of the UK. The King’s Kid Choir are a group of children from Uganda that travel the world for Christian evangelism and advocacy for the millions of orphaned and vulnerable children...
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  • 29/01/20

    Year 9's Careers Quest Day

    Year 9 enjoyed our first Careers Quest day on Thursday 16th January. It was a really informative day with EBP and 7 guest employers from Thames Water, Laverstoke Park, Naomi House, Drawings by Lucy, Gillete (P&G), Hampshire Hospital Foundation Trust and Standard Life. Some of our presenters...
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  • 24/01/20

    Round 3 of The Testbourne Bakeoff!

    Round 3 of The Testbourne Bakeoff required the bakers to bake a savoury tart.  Head judge, Marc, was really impressed with the variety of fillings and guest judge, Mr Watkins, was on “soggy bottom” watch.  All the students did brilliantly to cook their tart within the 1 hour ti...
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  • 24/01/20

    Girls Basketball

    This year’s basketball tournament for girls was held at Testbourne (22nd January). Harrow Way, Test Valley, Rookwood and wellington all brought teams to take part. There were 3 pools within the competition. There were only 2 year 9 teams however this did not stop the Testbourne girls g...
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  • 24/01/20

    Girls Cricket: Year 7/8

    On Thursday 23rd January, 9 students from Year 7/8 attended a cricket Tournament at Places for Leisure in Eastleigh. They had been placed into a draw with St Georges and Toynbee. Lottie captained the team and used her experience to lead the girls throughout each of the two games they played. Sh...
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