News

Welcome to our favourite part of our website where we can update you with information regarding the latest developments within The Misbourne.

If you have any newsworthy articles to submit regarding our students' achievements both inside and outside school life please contact Mrs C Hillier (Marketing Manager) chillier@bucksgfl.org.uk and we would be happy to place these items on our website.

 

 

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  • Raising Funds for World Challenge

    Raising Funds for World Challenge
    18th January 2018

    World Challenge students completed a bag pack at Sainsbury's High Wycombe to raise funds for their expedition. Read More

  • Rocking Rehearsals

    Rocking Rehearsals
    12th January 2018

    Rehearsals are gathering pace for the forthcoming production of School of Rock Read More

  • School of Rock - Tickets on Sale Now!

    School of Rock - Tickets on Sale Now!
    4th January 2018

    Tickets are on sale via ParentPay for The Misbourne's musical production of School of Rock with performances on 30 and 31 January and 1 February Read More

  • The Misbourne Christmas Concert 2017

    The Misbourne Christmas Concert 2017
    19th December 2017

    The performing arts area put together a wonderful show of Christmas music and drama for parents and friends Read More

  • Peers in School Visit to the Misbourne

    Peers in School Visit to the Misbourne
    24th November 2017

    The Misbourne hosted a talk from a member of the House of Lords on Friday to encourage students to become more engaged with the political and parliamentary process. Baroness Pidding met Sixth Form students to talk about the work and role of the House of Lords, followed by a question and answer session on various aspects of the parliamentary process and life at the Houses of Parliament generally. Head of Sixth Form David Dwight at The Misbourne said, “This was a fantastic opportunity for our students to hear from and speak with someone who plays an important role in Parliament. The students are very politically interested and asked some great questions on a wide range of issues. Baroness Pidding received warm applause at the end and was very generous with her time staying well beyond her talk to interact with our Sixth Formers”. The visit was arranged through the Lord Speaker’s “Peers in Schools” outreach programme, which was established across the UK in 2007 and has so far involved around 90,000 young people. Members of the House of Lords visit schools, academies and colleges to give talks in support of the citizenship curriculum. For further information, and to make an application, see the Lord Speaker’s web page at www.parliament.uk/lordspeaker. Read More