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News Archive - from Rugby School

Josh in UK Sponsored Run

Keen runner and Rugby School pupil, Josh Cara, is to take part in a 24-hour sponsored run from Land’s End to John O’Groats. 

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Ypres Memorial to ORs

A brass plaque commemorating the 687 Old Rugbeians who gave their lives in the Great War has been unveiled in Ypres.

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Girl Athletes Top of County

Rugby School Girls’ Intermediate Track and Field Cup team have become Warwickshire Champions winning the first round of the English Schools event by an amazing 52-point lead. 

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Relay Girls Set Record

Rugby School’s U16 girls’ relay team set a new event record from the Achilles Relay, one of the most prestigious of all schools relay meetings.  

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Music Masterclass Treat

Rugby School’s A Level music students were treated to a masterclass and workshop with Professor Mervyn Cooke of Nottingham University.

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Clay Pigeon Team Success

Rugby School beat seven other schools to lift the trophy in Rugby School’s own Clay Pigeon Shooting competition.

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Singing Workshop in Chapel

The Royal School of Church Music in Coventry and Warwickshire has chosen Rugby School Chapel as the magnificent setting for a singing workshop.  

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Neil Reaches Land's End

Rugby School’s Neil Hampton is almost 40 per cent towards his target of raising £15,000 for the Queen Elizabeth Cancer Charity.

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Large Hadron Collider Lecture

Physics students at Rugby School were given an update at CERN’s (European Organization for Nuclear Research) Large Hadron Collider (LHC).

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Girls Extreme Physics Success

The annual Extreme Physics course hosted by the Physics Department at Rugby School achieved a first this year by attracting more girls than boys.  

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Teacher's Marathon Success

Rugby School Maths teacher and keen runner Andrew Siggers finished his fourth London Marathon on Sunday nine minutes ahead of world record marathon holder, Paul Radcliffe.

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