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Terrifying accounts of Westminster attack heard at inquests. Good selection of cafes, bars and restaurants to relax and have a bite to eat. Sun 09 Sep 9: Sunday Jamm free entry before 5pm.
Delicious street food including Jerk BBQ. Tel Drop-in Life Drawing Classes. Materials available to buy or bring your own. Advice and guidance will be available from our tutors. Wednesday classes are long-pose classes. Thursday morning classes are one-pose classes.
MakerClub is a fantastic after school and weekend club for kids aged The club is an educational technology and design club, working on real-world problems in a project based style. This allows for the development of thoughtful design and creation of all kinds of gadgets and gizmos.
If you sign your child up today they will have the opportunity to use some amazing tools such as electronics, 3D printers and laser cutters, and skills like computer aided design and coding.
Sessions last 90 mins, and are located at Brighton , Bournemouth , London , and others. S ussex B onfire S eason Events provisional.
Thai culture, food, arts and crafts. Traditional Thai dances, Thai boxing and ladyboy shows. Street arts, river events, massed choirs, guided walks, tall ships etc.
These world-famous night carnivals are probably the best in the world. Wessex GP - duration: South Somerset FC - duration: The UK's leading gardening charity.
Royal Horticultural Society Shows. Every year on four days in September, buildings of every age, style and function throw open their doors. It is a once-a-year chance to discover architectural treasures and enjoy a wide range of tours, events and activities that bring local history and culture to life. A celebration of flat-out wheel-to-wheel racing around the classic racetrack.
View between the north and central piers. A wide variety of local hand-made crafts, in a family orientated environment with no stairs or steps. Fairs run from April till December, approximately every 4 weeks and are always on a Saturday. Devon country fare immortalized by the song Uncle Tom Cobley.
Held on the 2nd Tuesday in September. Livestock, sheep, dog show, gymkhana, maypole dancing, crafts, vintage vehicles and funfair on the village green. Annual music event run by volunteers. Various venues including the Town Square, pubs, cafes, shops and museums. Many events are free - see website. Over 30 venues and bands - mostly free.
Staged in pubs, clubs, cafes, and historic buildings in and around the city. The festival supports local charities. Show marina with over 2km of pontoons. Usually includes a lantern procession on the last Saturday. Mas bands, static sound systems, carnival food and drink.
Annual traditional village fete with an attendance of 20, Live music, dance stage, fashion, competitions, tennis, food, art and crafts. Georges Park, Great Yarmouth. The region's largest free street arts festival. Musical Masquerade featuring amazing carnival creations, international street arts and circus entertainment, and a range of wild, wacky events including amazing high wire shows.
Over 30 acts, 90 performances and performers. Great British food and craft; top-flight equestrian showing classes, show jumping; countryside and vintage areas, military and sports zones; amazing floral displays in the horticulture tent; tug of war championships and to end both days, mass balloon ascent. Stalls with a huge variety of dishes including ostrich burgers, oysters, cuttlefish in a tomato sauce, barbecued wild local game and locally smoked fish.
Local musicians and bands. Organised by Hastings Borough Council. Attendance 50, - possibly the biggest event of its kind in Europe. Widely felt to be one of the best events of its type in the country.
Come in uniform or s civilian dress to add to the atmosphere. Don't forget your gas mask and ration books. See Jitterbug dancers, re-enactment groups, a collection of s vehicles and veteran and vintage bicycles.
Feel the excitement, fear, hope and bravery of the blitz. Smell the golden age of steam. Dog shows for working, trained and pet dogs. Have a go activities, terrier racing, gun dogs, stunt dogs, agility, police dogs etc. Mini specialists, auto-jumble etc. About Classic vehicle owners show off their beautiful and carefully restored machines to a crowd of some 17, The biggest outdoor show of its kind in the South West, showcasing local emergency services and partner agencies. The Show provides a safe environment to learn about your local emergency services, view displays and demonstrations, take part in activities, listen to safety talks and meet your local emergency service teams.
The ESS provides a brilliant opportunity to take part and learn about the vital services that our emergency services provide for your and your family across the South West. The worlds biggest run, bike, run event. Classic 10k run, 40k bike, 5k run which offers athletes moving up to longer distance racing the chance to test themselves in the safety of a closed-road environment.
Hundreds of exhibitors and live demonstrations, plus seminars covering surveillance, social media, mobile communications and PPE. Green Events is a not-for-profit company whose aim is to benefit the local economy of Llanwrtyd Wells, Wales, by attracting visitors to the town through unusual events.
Based around our themes of sight and hearing loss, the concert will be a musical treat including songs written by Sting, Vaughn Williams, Stevie Wonder and Bob Dylan. Proceeds towards building a community hub for people with sight and hearing loss in York.
Learn practical skills to achieve peace in your own life, discover how people around the world are working for peace, and meet and connect with new people in your community. Free activities for all the family including music and performance arts. As well as the music on stage, festival goers are invited to share and explore their creative talents at various workshops and jamming sessions - you are welcome to bring your instruments and join in.
A variety of workshops and activities including yoga, alternative therapies, dance, drumming, arts, crafts, pottery, thatching, green woodworking and wildlife walks making the event an extraordinary mix of Cornish culture.
Workshops are open to all ticket holders. Gates open at Stage entertainment from Bustling Malaysian marketplace, offering ingredients such as sauces, spices and pastes for sale, will give Londoners the opportunity to recreate authentic tasting dishes at home.
Sample dishes from top Malaysian restaurants, live cookery demonstrations from well-known chefs and live entertainment from singers, dancers and DJ.
It is a simple but powerful concept: For one weekend in the year, Londoners come together exploring all corners of the Capital. Lovingly restored to the highest standards. Something for everyone, including falconry and a sheep show. Country Show with horses, falconry, motorbike displays, cookery demonstrations, rural crafts, gardening and main ring entertainment. Hastings Model Flying Club. Some of the greatest pilots of remote controlled aircraft in Europe put on a truly amazing air show.
You will see show display teams flying planes with wingspans of up to 20ft, and aircraft ranging from First World War Fighters, to today's modern day Euro Fighter typhoon jets, flying at speeds of over mph. Trade stands and attractions for everyone. The club own their own dedicated flying site. Free dog show with 14 fun classes, new agility course and mini-course. A great day out for the whole family. Registration at Easdale Island Community Hall from Pre-skim Party on the Saturday night before the event, in Easdale Island Community Hall - licensed bar, live music, children welcome.
A celebration of outdoor pursuits. A host of activities and displays showing aspects of life on a farm and countryside experiences, as well as recreational pursuits including: Kite displays, Bike displays, Wood carving, Thatching, Weaving, Bush crafts, Laser clay, Dog agility, Wax making, Craft workshops, Blacksmith demonstrations, Sheepdog and geese herding, Live country music, Information stands with gardening tips, camping and outdoor wear advice. National fundraiser for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Saturday is street entertainment day. The British Musical Fireworks Championship is a firework competition across three nights and this year is the Champion of Champions. Seven winners since the competition began in will battle it out to be crowned the ultimate winner.
Over three nights prepare for breathtaking displays, an array of light and a mixture of music which will have you dancing away. The British Musical Fireworks Championship is a pyromusical competition. This means that the fireworks are timed with the music and the entire show is choreographed to give you, the audience, some of the most spectacular fireworks you will ever see. Over stalls plus local chefs and a team from Thanet College.
Well supported by the Sussex Bonfire Societies. Thousands will line the streets. Programs on sale around the town. For example Smart Cover Insurance is organising a fundraising activity in Watford, and their team will be on the roads on Friday between pm. If you could organise an event, please contact the BHF. Burnham on Crouch Carnival. There will also be skateboard races, a tug-of-war competition and lots of other activities.
The event raises funds for the village school, community groups and charities, as well as being a really great fun day out. Painting Pals comprises a group of artists, living in Cambridgeshire.
This exhibition will feature original artwork in a variety of media, styles and subjects such as watercolours, pastels, oils, acrylics, mixed media, colour pencils and Chinese Brush paintings. Visitors are able to purchase artwork, and refreshments are available. Participants should arrive at The walk, which starts at Help us make this year's event the biggest yet. Custom Bike Show, Hot Rods and lots of trade stands.
Bands on 3 stages. The Biggest traveling fair in Europe with attractions including white knuckle rides, crafts marque, market stalls, and food. Free admission to the ground. Spectacular large scale light projections, exhibitions, installations, film, dance, music, theatre and street performances. Acoustic and electric blues-based music, open mic, jam sessions, workshops, rural and urban blues.
Held twice a year in March and October. Organised by Steve Darrington. About twenty highly illuminated carts, dance groups, carnival walkers and music. Up to 25, line the streets. Video Ilminster Illuminated Carnival. A toast to the Porridge and the procession of judges and competitors set of to the village hall led by the Badenoch and Strathspey Pipe Band. Attractions might include the Carrbridge Challenge Fun Run, an aerobic warm up, the Cairngorms Farmers Market, product tastings, Porridge Bar, belly dancing, live music and street entertainment.
Illuminated Procession 1 hour to pass by. Different location every year. Showcasing the brightest upcoming and established talent, featuring the work of approximately fifty artists working across all fine art media including painting, drawing, printmaking, digital art, photography, sculpture, ceramics and glass. The PowderMills Hotel nestles in acres of beautiful parklands.
Plenty to see and do beforehand so arrive in good time. About competitors and 5, spectators. The largest event of its kind in Europe, with up to 2, stands over 84 acres. Thousands of dealers and buyers from around the globe every other month. See link for other venues and shows. Local, regional, national and international acts ranging from folk to punk, electronica to blue grass, pop, indie, funk, rock, world, jazz and classical.
Giant mountains of sand are formed into a track of unbelievable difficulty. The event attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors.
See website for ticket information. Full facilities available - catering, toilets etc. The backdrop of Hastings Old Town makes this one of the more atmospheric Sussex B onfires, with an attendance of 30, Celebrating African arts and culture, with a fantastic line-up of entertainment including live music, dancing and a talent show. African market, food stalls, fashion show and lots of fun stuff for kids. Organised by the Mayor of London.
There will be great entries, both single entries, small team floats and the huge displays, the quality is always fantastic. Exmouth is proud to have new entries every year. The Mud Monsters Run is a 5k, 10k or 20k double lap challenging run in through the West Sussex countryside with many muddy obstacles on the way.
Celebrating the Hindu, Sikh and Jain festival of lights. Lively music and dance stage. Authentic street food market, craft and community stalls plus dance, yoga, comedy, henna art and more.
Diwali In London Free event. Up to 70mph on a one mile course over jumps and hollows. Fun fair, trade stalls and family entertainment.
Holistic, Spiritual and Pamper fayres for the Bognor Regis area. These non-profit making fayres, partnered with Cancerwise, will include talks, classes and demonstrations. UK's original and most comprehensive exhibition of products, services and entertainments for the outdoor and special event world.
Lantern parade, Samba drumming, musicians, stilt walkers, fireworks and lights display. Procession Bagpipes Fireworks Free event. Nevill Juvenile Bonfire Society. Free bonfire and firework display at the Martello Field. The event is being covered by Seahaven FM. The latest bonfire society to be re-established. Torch procession, bonfire and fireworks. Held on the 3rd Saturday in October. Good attendance from the public. Grand firework display followed by the explosive destruction of a set piece.
Bar, food music and amusements. One thousand runners, and popular with spectators. Very popular with spectators - catering facilities and free parking on Southsea Common. Junior runs take place the day before. Ancient seasonal customs and theatre. See The Berry Man, decked with wild fruits and foliage, join the procession through the streets to the Borough Market to join in the Apple Day festivities with market stalls, conker fights, apple bobbing, music and song.
They demonstrate how we can have our trees, bees, bats, butterflies, birds and badgers whilst growing good fruit to eat and drink. Find an event near you. Newick Bonfire is so addictive - go once and you're hooked. Most spectacular fireworks and set pieces. Traditionally held on the last Saturday in October.
Hot dogs and refreshments. Bonfire Societies, steam engines, illuminated floats and walking groups. Our volunteers have rescued and restored 30 old stationary steam engines - some of the engines which once powered the cotton mills and woolen mills of the North of England.
Some of our engines are now unique - the only one of its kind to survive anywhere in the world! Our oldest is now years old and most are well over years old! Most will be running in steam on these 2 days only from Full disabled access and free unlimited parking on Morrison''s Supermarket car park next to the Museum. Horse ploughing, vintage ploughing, trade area, children's rides etc.
Entertainment stage, market and food. Sikh festival of lights. Music and dance stage, food market, craft stalls. Hot dogs, candy floss, toffee apples, bar snacks. Over weird and wonderful performers and ghosts of all shapes and sizes. Live music and fireworks. Small traditional orchard wassail accompanied by music and a little tipple or two to celebrate and protect fruit trees and ensure a good harvest. Bring cider or apple juice.
Video Bracknell Events pdf file. Big fenced bonfire, fireworks, funfair, hot food and drink, beer, disco and children's face-painting, Punch and Judy etc. Spectacular 12 minute firework display organised by Norwich Council - no ticket required - just turn up. See website for tickets. Free council firework displays are planned to begin at For more information, call A showcase of years of motoring including veteran, vintage, classic, and modern-day cars. Something for everyone with lots of things to see and do including interactive displays and entertainment throughout the day.
A family friendly environment with the Street pedestrianised from Piccadilly Circus to Oxford Circus. Entertainment, fireshow, bonfire, and fireworks. More than 35, people are expected to attend the City Council event. Refreshments and a large fun fair. Free celebrations for the festive season. Live music, entertainment, family fun and spectacular fireworks.
Stand with , people. Feel the heat of a million light bulbs passing in the night chill and feel the throb of the huge generators. Bridgwater is probably the biggest of it's kind in the world. South Park, Morrell Avenue. Catering village, Jack FM music stage. Vocal percussion of drum beats, rhythm, and musical sounds using mouth, lips, tongue and voice.
Performers throughout the UK keen to show off their vocal skills. The largest free firework event in Dorset. Thousands gather to watch flaming tar barrels carried through the streets. An enormous barrel is carried at Midnight, and there is a 10mtr bonfire, a funfair and other attractions.
Themed fire show with puppets, costumes, music and fireworks. Giant funfair, entertainment and food. Marching bands and floats. Circuit includes impressive mounds, jumps, waves, hoops, chicanes and fast natural sandy straights. Kids, quads and sidecars. L ewes B onfire, Sussex. Very noisy street fireworks, lots of action around Lamb Inn Fisher Street Lewes HQ of Waterloo bonfire society and a parade through the town from the prison end through to the high street around Commercial Square Bonfire Society Problably free.
Lewes Borough Bonfire Society. NB - Lewes Bonfire is an uncompromising event. There will be large crowds packed into confined spaces, very noisy street pyrotechnics, and processions with open flame. The older cars leave first. At the official coffee stop at Crawley, the first car arrives at about They arrive at Brighton sea front from See also the Preview, Regent Street, London on the day before Amateur radio, computing, test equipment, components etc.
Part of the Somerset Carnival Ring. Many floats are ft long, each illuminated by up to 25, light bulbs. This is a Major event - takes 3 hours to pass by. Carts, plus walkers in fancy dress and marching bands. The carts can have up to 25, light bulbs and can be up to ft long. Burnham on Sea Illuminated Carnival. The stores will be open until Video1 Video2 Gunwharf Quays Fireworks.
Up to carts, plus walkers in fancy dress and marching bands. Each cart can have up to 25, light bulbs and can be ft long. Please park with care. A small torch is useful here. Procession Fireworks Skull Drummery. Family friendly event from a recently formed Bonfire Society, which has quickly grown to over a hundred members.
Give them your support: Roger Clayton Clare Dickins bonfire southheighton. The show starts early with the River Pageant , then the magnificent Lord Mayor's Procession with participants, military personnel, horses, motor vehicles, 65 floats, 20 marching bands, 22 carriages and the glorious State Coach sets off from Mansion House at Huge Firework Display on the river at Charity Fayres in the Bristol and South Gloucester areas.
Branded goods, handmade crafts and children's activities. Therapies may include Reiki, reflexology, massage, nail art and beauty treatments. Eclectic event with over artists offering an amazing array of contemporary art and design from painters, sculptors, photographers, musicians, film-makers and designer-makers.
Discover and purchase affordable art and contemporary design, commission a piece or get your portrait painted. Many floats are ft long, each illuminated by up to 25, light bulbs.. Major event - takes 3 hours to pass by. Light, sculpture and giant installations waiting to be discovered. The events by Artichoke are the biggest of their kind in the UK.
Confetti cannons fired when the lights go on. Annual free family event with live music, entertainment, fireworks and Father Christmas. Eclectic mix of winter comforts including its signature hot mulled beverages, roasted chestnuts, cosy blankets and heated seating booths, while music and entertainment and an abundance of fairy lights and decor add to the seasonal cheer.
Retro ski wear will be available for dressing up and getting into the winter spirit, with an option to take selfies in the cable car photo booth and unwind in the freshly refurbished Red Bull Winter Sports Bar.
Heated Alpine Cabin booths are available to hire, each designed with a ski resort theme, such as St. Moritz, Klosters, Aspen, and Davos, helping to bring the magic of the slopes to the heart of Central London. Visit Father Christmas in his traditional Christmas log cabin overlooking the ice rink. Tickets office Parking available in the A21 lay-by - a small torch is useful here.
Procession Fireworks Video Procession Fireworks Robertsbridge Bonfire Society. Supported by Lewes and many of the Sussex Bonfire Societies. Processions from the Royal Oak. Bonfire and fireworks - all amazing and all free.
Programme available via the website. Procession organised by SameSky, Brighton. More Fireworks Video Free event. One of the three biggest illuminated Guy Fawkes carnivals in the world. Described as the "Mardi Gras" of the Mendips. The carts can each have up to 25, light bulbs and can be up to ft long. Lanterns, samba bands, jazz bands, cheer leaders, pirates, highwaymen, music, dance and lights. Music and stalls in the town from Front Rooms, basements and gardens are transformed into mini galleries where artists and visitors can enjoy, discuss and purchase arts.
Totterdown is close to Temple Meads station and offers a good variety of participating pubs and restaurants. Yellow Bus Events bringing festive cheer with real reindeer, live Nativity, snow machines, traditional music, Father Christmas, giant walkabout snowman, funfair rides, giveaways and loads more seasonal delights.
Come down and join us when we turn on the lights on the giant Christmas tree. Beautiful lantern parade in the heart of Hassocks Town Centre. Windmills Primary School and Hassocks Infants have made their own lanterns and want to share them with the whole town so come and check it out. Organised by Same Sky, Brighton. Royal William Yard will be lit up with light installations, immersive visual art and light projections. Illuminate, an event marking the anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower.
The main event will be on Friday with showings at: Crowds will have the chance to walk around and see some fantastic light installations and projections around the yard as well being entertained by music and a local DJ. Food stalls and a bar will also be open all evening. The projections and music will end at 10pm 9pm Sun. Processions on the last Saturday in June and November.
Christmas lights switch on, fun fair, food and drink, street stalls, live music and entertainment on the main stage, children's fun and games, interactive theatrical experience in the grounds of Marden House. The Calne Community go Lantern Crazy, with crowds of 10, lining the streets and walking in the parade. Live music all day. As always traditional Hog Roast will be available. Two day event hosts over West Country based food and drink producers.
Cider and real ale bars, a Pimms and Prosecco bar, gourmet street food, a cookery demonstration theatre, Edible Garden, a live music marquee, Taste the World, Food For thought talks, green woodworking demos and so much more.
Children's attractions will include Food Fun kids' area, Tractor Ted, small animal experience, sand sculpture, street theatre and entertainment. Very spectacular illuminated creations. Refreshments, Christmas market, lunches and teas. Attendance 25, over the week, raising money for charity.
German-style wooden chalets and over stalls featuring exciting and independent traders, food vendors and festive activities. Annual Christmas Festival in Henley Town Centre with a lantern procession, market, fairground rides, carol singing, Father Christmas in his grotto and the switching-on of the lights on the large Christmas tree.
The event is organised by Henley Town Council. Free evening of festive fun for Midhurst residents, particularly younger children. Lanterns available to carry in the procession.
Judging of the best hat competition. C arol singing in St George's Square. Live non-stop entertainment with over thirty acts including dancers, singers, musicians and tribute acts on the street and on two stages. Street entertainment, readings, song and dance, stalls, Christmas carols, and familiar characters from Dickens stories. The procession will be accompanied by a local band and finish with Christmas carols around the Tree of Lights at the Town Hall. Join local school children for a seasonal lantern procession through the High Street followed by carols and mince pies at the historic Guildhall.
Samba bands, dragons and a spectacular fire breathing finale, with the Chester re-enactment group joining the Chester Watch and a group of giant skeletons.
Lively parade of glowing lanterns and drummers on a journey through the town. The parade will culminate in a celebratory concert led by Maidenhead Concert Band. Annual motorcycle run in which Christian Bikers in fancy dress deliver new toys for children in Barnardo's care.
Video Video2 Reading Toy Run. Live music, a real community atmosphere and a glittering finale, the winter lantern procession has fast become a Christmas tradition in Newbury. Suitable for all ages. Floodlit floats, music and dance.
Great to see some food artistry on the counters today. If you haven't received the information, please let us know. Year 10s like their parents have never seen them before! DofE clear up after supper last night.
Congratulations to Mr Elzinga! Fantastic to see ReadingBlues boys excelling in a huge variety of activities. Barnaby, ranked 7th in the country, a Junior Master Bowman, pictured here on his way to winning the Surrey Junior Open. Good luck in the upcoming comps and in particular the Nationals. Activities week day 2. Year 7s on a great carousel including scuba diving from DiveStyle Thank you guys and developing tactics and strategies in Ghost and Capture the Flag.
Congratulaitons to Year 12 Harry who has just returned from two days of drone racing at Weston Park…. Daniels Cup cricket 11am this Sunday: See website for details: One of the highlights of the summer term. Great trio of One Day Film Schools today: Great films to match great weather! Of course, foot balls are also important — great D of E evening activity. Year 9s prepping for their walk tomorrow.
Meet the Reading man changing perceptions of homelessness. All other results go to Blue Coat still awaiting 15s. Top work chaps and thanks for the block KES. Great to see Toby Greatwood getting a gig for the Berkshire 2nd xi this weekend! ReadingBlues good luck Toby!! Great times, champagne rugby displayed. Well done all involved ReadingBlues pic. Dragons year 8s won the last game of the season to finish off the season on a high.
Well done all, great commitment and enjoy the summer. Revs year 9s won the final of the mixed Touch rugby league to be crowned champions. Well done boys ReadingBlues orangeboots revs champspic.
Great way to finish the season ReadingBlues summer keepfitpic. Another day — another athletics meeting. Round 2 of the District. Great effort from the boys who came back late from the England Schools comp last night.
As 1st Bs 3rd in the relay competing against each other tonight! Another busy day on the House Competition front. Some awesome swimmers combining with boys ensuring their house scores in every race housespirit ReadingBluespic. We are currently advertising for a School Secretary and Office Manager — full time, term time only plus some additional weeks.
The end of a fantastic day of filming with SimonAtBonjour readyformycloseuppic. Action from the EnglandAthletic regionals. Ollie bursting to the front in the , Max clearing 1. Touch rugby finals tonight. Bros, Revs and Dragons KO times.
Presentation starts at 8. Junior House swimming in full swing — some outstanding performances and fantastic participation levels.
Another successful wedding delivered on the 9th June. A stunning marquee backed up with great food and service. They promise to be great events! Looking forward to also seeing old ReadingBlues rowers racing! Let us know if you are! Just how much fun can a year-old boy have? Year 5 TasterDay rockets! I'm afraid these vacancies are now closed. Always great to pick up new ideas and share thoughts about the game on the teacher development days. An impressive turnout at the National Schools Regatta.
One of our first sessions: Thank you to ReadingBlues for some good matches this weekend. We wish you all the best for the remainder of your season. Josh competing hard in the Javelin. More action from the County Champs. Charlie bronze in the discus, Josh flying to bronze in the LJ and Carlos in action on the track. ReadingBlues are about to commence their innings. First time at an athletics event for some of our Y7s….
The turn of the Year 7s and 8s. First time at an athletics event for some of the year 7s but some sterling performances. Excellent — good luck! One of the advantages of having your wedding at Blue Coat: Our students are back — but it's very quiet around the school as they all hunker down for exams….
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Thankyou for the order Matt and team at Reading Bluecoat School saleswithservicepic. The Year 10 historians have arrived in Berlin — and it's sunny! Kidmore pupil makes Middlesex 2nds debut http: ReadingBlues are looking to recruit: Head of Rowing https: Seven years ago today… the Richard Aldworth Building in its infancy layingthefoundations….
Mr Elzinga does a headstand every time a pupil earns a gold award. The Headmaster does a headstand every time a boy earns a gold award. First gold awards of the year were this morning. Situations Vacant — Cleaners ReadingBlues jobs https: We are advertising for three full-time rowing roles at Blue Coat: A hearty breakfast ready for the pupils to purchase. Good fuel to get them through exams! An excellent day of revision, introduction to new topic areas all in amazing facilities. Thank you SurreyHPI for an inspiring day.
Archie at the end of the VO2 max — looks like he worked pretty hard! Mr Van Went teaching the next generation how to wear a stylish hat. Not all lessons at Blue Coat are…. RockAndPop great start to the musical extravaganzapic. ReadingBlues are looking to recruit five Rowing Coaches for their summer camps in July and August https: Some huge 6s hit, great spirits in the wet.
Losing at half time and won the game Mr Sewards group teaching Mr Davies group. ReadingBlues gcsepe pupilledteaching lastlessonpic. Open to those aged 8 — Swim, bike, run, fun! Sports Day has been postponed because of the weather.
We are currently advertising for a teacher of Mathematics, a teacher of Geography, and casual rowing coaches. Congratulations to Year 12 Ben, who has been selected as one of a small number from the National….
Sounds like a great way of engaging future students and cadets, well done! A big match for our 1st XI footballers this afternoon as they take on Forest School in the….
Here's a screenshot of a collaborative document that the Year 12 History class is working on in…. In this morning's Assembly, there was a changing of the guard as the existing prefect body handed…. Reading Blue Coat is a fabulous school with outstanding pastoral care.
Can't recommend it highly enough ReadingBlues. Well done and thanks to AbSchCricket for getting the 1st xi game on. A very well earnt 29 run victory for Blue Coat. James R 47, Tom P 29, wickets shared around.
All home games 15ab, 12ab and 2nds are off due to waterlogged outfields. At present, away games…. Have a nose around 2 v different but equally impressive schools.
Read the Muddy reviews http: Messrs Gilbertson and Shuler to the rescue engineeringprobs skills. The spirit of Blue Coat: Mr Gilbertson and Mr Shuler used their engineering skills last night to fix…. Mr Voice is circuit training this afternoon with committed Senior students. Best wishes to ShiplakeCricket today in their local derby with ReadingBlues.
Back to school phew and the OpenDays crank up again. The top boys' school ReadingBlues has a openday on Sat 28 April. A superb all rounder with an exceptional scholarship offering. If it's on your shortlist, take a look at my review. We had some good cricket results last week, with only three losses and a number of excellent wins,…. Great place to play.
Good luck to all those making their debuts tomorrow. A great start for the…. Great to finally get outside this week — massive thanks to our amazing grounds team drier than Lords. Part of Blue Coat's ethos is to provide service to our local community. Today, some of our students…. Thanks PeMaidenErlegh for an exciting match https: Congratulations to our 1st Football 11 on their Gibbs tri-county Cup quarterfinal win against….
Sports Day on the horizon. Blue Coat students basking in the unaccustomed sunshine hereatlastpic. Already sent your application? Check what happens next in our application flowchart! If you can't take part, but want to donate to Cancer Research, go to https: Less than a week to go now until the Blue Coat Race for Life, so you need to act quickly if you want…. Congratulations to Year 8 Alex on being selected for this fantastic opportunity. Easter rowing training camp in northern Spain.
Congratulations to our students on a stellar set of results in the international Chemistry…. We have new recycling bins scattered around the school — and we urge the whole School community to…. A great day out for our 2nd XI at Lords yesterday: Check out our advice on what to do while you wait for uni decisions http: What a week with our U16 Academy boys. Great to have a photo with the players and their families team talent future pic.
Always our pleasure to help your amazing organisation. Talking Tech — a new direction in Blue Coat Drama. Year 12 geologists rock their fieldwork in Pembrokeshire. The all-conquering heroes — despite cold, rain, snow, mist — on their dofeuk Silver practice…. We are advertising a new post: For details, take a look: There are worse places to have lunch.
Y12 geologists taking a break on tour in Pembrokeshire…. Day 2 of EnglandRugby Coaching Award course. Thank you ReadingBlues for the fantastic facilities being able to host not only the coaches but also the ERRA for referees!
Our Liguge tourists lost their match today but gained some new friends. Les bleus et les rouges! The Headmaster and members of the SLT served Easter lunch for our catering staff today appreciation…. Year 11 Charlie showcases his talent at the Foundation Service. Apparently, our second Falconry Club group had just as much fun as the first group!
ReadingBlues we did it again. Another epic session with some truly amazing young men. In this morning's Assembly, the Headmaster celebrated our students' achievements and hard work this…. Day 2 of the Liguge Tour: A bit of a run around to dust off the cobwebs before heading out for lunch….
Always great to play new Schools and meet new friends. A big thank you to ReadingBlues for their superb team of pupils and staff from the art department. Just look at the amazing canvases they made with with our students creativity InspiredByArtpic. We are advertising for a teacher of Drama and English, and a Teacher of Biology. Battlefields Reading Blue Coat School. Good luck to our U15s for their County Cup quarterfinal against Forest this afternoon.
Year 7 scientist Matthew at Big Bang Fair Our Year 13 Business students are off to CadburyWorld on a school trip today. Our Year 13 Business students are out on an educational trip today… to Cadbury World.
Girls v Boys netball: Girls 10 Boys 2 girlpower again willtheyeverlearn. The Year 11 and under Public Speaking class entertained us and made us think this morning in the theatre oakwoodcentre woodleyfestival. Big thanks to ReadingBlues for bringing over 30 year 7 boys to play some of our year 7's yesterday afternoon.
Great to see so many boys out playing sport. Mr Davies team talks inspired the players when the bodies were tired! Even the Headmaster was happy to have his photo taken with the Premier League Trophy today whatanhonourpic.
We are advertising for a Human Resources Advisor. Blue Coat scientists shine again in competition. Does the wait for uni decisions seem never-ending? Check out our advice on what to do while you wait http: The Ducks are back!
Or is that a Drake? Congratulations to Matthew 1st — with distinction , Sam 3rd — highly commended and James highly…. Our rowers' results from the Schools' Head of the River Race — well done, boys! Great results in public speaking from Matthew 1st , Sam 3rd and James narrowly missing out on a medal from ReadingBlues in the Year 9 Prose Reading class at the Woodley Festival yesterday.
Well done to all. We are advertising for a Teacher of Geography: Thanks for all your important, amazing work, Launchpad! Well done on yor medals and trophy boys from all woodleyfestivalpic. Today as part of our Survivors4School programme lumubyeyi is ReadingBlues school sharing the LessonsFromRwanda with sixth form students. They may have come last but they had a great time doing it! Congrats to Rich on winning House Song — with a unanimous vote from the judges.
A busy day for Blue Coat today: Lovely to see our former Maintenance Manager enjoying his retirement: As a debut author, I could not have hoped for a more engaged and enthusiastic audience than the year 7 and 8 boys at Reading Blue Coat School.
Good luck to our U13 and U15 swimming teams for their match against Leighton Park this afternoon. We are advertising for a Head of Maintenance: Congratulations to Year 9 Guy on passing Grade 7 Trumpet with distinction.
Year 9 nets tomorrow, seniors on Tuesday and All year 7s on Tuesday. Great flute playing by Year 13 Holly to take the gold in the Woodwind Solos 18 and under at the…. Great flute playing by Holly from ReadingBlues to take the gold in the Woodwind Solos 18 and under and from Matthew from readingsch to take silver woodleyfestivalpic.
Seems ages away still doesn't it, Phil?! See website for updated notice regarding school plans for 1st and 2nd March: Plans for today and tomorrow: There is NO lesson…. Happy World Book Day!! Fernhill and Horseman buses remain…. School will be OPEN tomorrow. No late buses, but space available for all on buses. If the situation changes, you will be notified. Lunchtime Concert featuring Paddy's Peers. Potential snow closures this week — this is what's happening: Due to the heavy snow expected later this week we are going to be making a decision after school….
ReadingBlues the cricket pavilion is looking prettypic. Not even thebeastfromtheeast can stop our enthusiastic footballers from their lunchtime kickabout snowmageddon thatsdedication RBCSFootballpic. Not even thebeastfromtheeast can stop our enthusiastic footballers from their lunchtime kickabout…. Read all about our half-term cricket tour to Dubai: Our Careers Convention last week was the busiest we have hosted so far, with around visitors….
Congratulations to Year 12 tennis players Callum and Ethan, who were both members of the Berkshire…. Despite many of the weekend's sporting events being cancelled due to frozen pitches or unfavourable….
We had a ball last night! ReadingBlues a fun time had by all at the quiz last night and very well organised, thank you!
All football matches off at RBCS today due to frozen pitches. Please spread the word. Psychology students learn about Social Psychology in Krakow. Today is the day! Really looking forward to talking to ReadingBlues Sixth Form about how to be happy.
Here's a taster of one of the amazing slides my 12 y. Great to catch up with some familiar faces from ReadingBlues as they visit abingdonschool for a chess fixture this evening. We are advertising for a Head of Classics full time and a Payroll Officer and Accountant maternity cover. Look out for new yummy tuck options in the Dining Hall at break time today canyouresist…. Congratulations to Aldworth House on winning the Year 9 Maths Challenge, with a total of points….
Why I teach chemistry as a creative discipline. Inspiration from the Winter Olympics, via Norwich, Vermont. After school training starts back up with the year 9s Monday, 10,11and seniors on Tuesday and Rich and Malthus year 7s on Wednesday. All home safe and sound. Well done all and everyone. See you on Monday fellas gbsportstours ReadingBlues. Our Psychology tourists arrived in zero degrees in Krakow yesterday. A close win for the team today against DubaiCollege winning by 1 run after a great last over.
What a stunning back drop. The Rocket whipping the bails off after an exceptional bit of fielding from Will P. Our Sounds of feature is finally out in print http: Well done to J.