It is with great delight that I can now reveal that I’ve been made Furze Platt’s Head Boy for the next twelve months. I now look forward to a year fulfilling the role’s duties to the very best of my ability.
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As the Furze Platt Harlem Shake video notches up 5.5k views, I reflect on the great reaction the video received on Twitter. In a world in which spontaneity is increasingly hampered by risk assessment and bureaucracy, it was refreshing to see this video pulled off so successfully, so quickly.
As the last of the snow begins to melt, enjoy this gallery of pictures, taken over the first few days of the wintry weather.
The current season of weekly Seniores seminars – “interesting talks by interesting people about interesting things” – is coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean the quality of the speakers is beginning to dwindle. Quite the opposite, as Rt Hon Theresa May, MP for Maidenhead and UK Home Secretary, approached the school to talk about her work, and this afternoon spoke to a 70-strong audience of Furze Platt students and teachers.
At the helm of the all-new school newspaper, I’ve just finished the first edition of this academic year.
Having signed off the last pieces of paperwork and ‘registered’ at the enrolment event on Monday, today was my first day as a Sixth Form student.
If yesterday’s (Wednesday’s) Graduation Ceremony was the pomp and ceremony, last night’s Graduation Ball (School Prom) was set to be the true celebration for the end of GCSEs, Year 11, and compulsory school education....
On the very same day as I completed my final GCSE paper, an end-of-term ‘Graduation Ceremony’ was held at my school for students and their parents, celebrating five years of Furze Platt Senior School education.