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  • Charnwood College students have been celebrating after taking home a number of titles at the DRET Spring Cup 2017. After a challenging tournament, Charnwood’s U13 Hockey Team won the Plate
  • Eight students from Charnwood College recently visited Franklins Gardens for the DRET Rugby Talent Day. Home to the Northampton Saints rugby team, students enjoyed a tour of Franklin Gardens before
  • Charnwood College has received the Sainsbury’s School Games Gold Mark Award for engaging students and the wider community in sports activities. Alastair O’Connor, Vice Principal, said: “I am proud to
  • Charnwood College’s annual Dance Show brought together over 115 students to showcase their dancing skills. The students from Year 7 through to Year 13 performed their creative pieces, with particular
  • Caring for our environment is an important part of life at Charnwood College, and our gardening enrichment club have been very busy. From digging up our homegrown potatoes, to making bird boxes and
  • A group of Year 8 students recently had the chance to find out more about one of the most significant events in Leicestershire’s history when they visited the King Richard III Centre last term.
  • After weeks of rehearsals, a group of our students took to the stage to perform their interpretation of ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ as part of the Shakespeare Schools Festival. Joining other students
  • The Charnwood College Riders Girls Team are celebrating another victory after securing the Leicester Mercury Sports Award for School Team of the Year. After a historic year, where the team claimed
  • Students and staff from Charnwood College joined nine other DRET academies for a visit to Google UK's offices last week. The event, which brought together primary, secondary and Sixth Form students
  • This week, Charnwood College's Performing Arts department staged a sell-out production of 'Annie'. For three nights only, the 60-strong cast of students and staff from across the College took the

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