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Hanley Equestrian Team Success 2020-21 - posted 20th Oct

2020-2021 was a successful year for Hanley’s equestrians. Altogether 22 students signed up to compete in National Schools Equestrian Association (NSEA) competitions, competing when COVID permitted and enjoying success, including team and individual qualifications for national championships in dressage and showjumping. Some students also competed at Eventing in the Schools Equestrian Games series.

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Creative Biology - posted 29th Sep

Brilliant work today from Y11 Biology who learnt about the structure of DNA by constructing a double helix using sweets.  What a great idea to help them understand the components and their functions.

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Return of Hanley Voices - posted 14th Sep

As you may have seen on the news on Monday 13th September, choirs are now getting back to live rehearsals up and down the country. We are welcoming Hanley Voices back for their first live rehearsal in school for over 18 months on Wednesday 15th September.

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