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Boarders celebrate Chinese New Year

Boarders celebrate Chinese New Year

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The boarders all enjoyed a night of Chinese tradition at the Chinese New Year celebrations on Friday night. The two chefs who were busy cooking in the school kitchen delivered a tantalising five course course menu with food chosen by our Chinese pupils.

Former Pupil on BBC1 Show

Former Pupil on BBC1 Show

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Former HCS pupil Anthony Sahota will be featuring on ‘Let it Shine’ Gary Barlow’s new TV programme on Saturday 28th January (BBC1) at 7:00pm.

Year 6 Having Fun with Learning Outside the Classroom

Year 6 Having Fun with Learning Outside the Classroom

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Year 6 have been looking at different ways of getting outside to enjoy the learning experiences that LOC and other lessons offers within our extensive and impressive grounds.

Prep School Travel to the O2 to Perform with Young Voices

Prep School Travel to the O2 to Perform with Young Voices

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30 children from Year 3 – 6 took part in Young Voices at the O2 Arena in London on Monday 16th January. They had spent months practising a variety of songs from different genres which culminated in a 7,500 strong choir performing to an audience of over 10,000 incredibly proud friends and family. It was an amazing experience and we are so pleased to have had so many wonderful, heartfelt comments from some of our parents who attended the event.  
HCS Drama Production at the Plaza

HCS Drama Production at the Plaza

Tickets on sale now for ‘Oh! What a Lovely War’

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Tickets are now on sale for Hampshire Collegiate School’s production of ‘Oh! What a Lovely War’ which will take in The Plaza Theatre, Romsey on 2nd and 3rd February at 7.00pm.

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