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Gordon’s Football 14h
A massive congratulations to Reef for being selected for the full Sri Lankan National Squad for their upcoming World Cup qualifiers. Well done and all very proud. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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@GordonsRugby Feb 16
Well that’s a wrap.... our U14s, U6s and U18s had a great experience playing in the 2020 tournament. All of our sides played some quality rugby 7s. Time to now recover and relax
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Gordon's School Feb 17
Go golfers! Best of luck to our team defending their title in the tournament.
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Gordon's School Feb 17
A camel ride to reach their tents in the Zagora Desert where our @GordonsGeogenjoyed some Moroccan music and a tagine under the stars. Today they visited Tamegroute in the Draa River Valley and Ouarzazate, exploring the adaptation of vegetation to its environment.
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@GordonsRugby Feb 16
U16s end the day with a Plate final win#learningopportunity
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@GordonsRugby Feb 16
U16 vs Jess Blue (Dubai) in the Plate Quarter Final
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@GordonsRugby Feb 16
U18s end up with a 6th place finish with a 19 vs 7 loss versus Monsanto
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@GordonsRugby Feb 16
U18s getting ready for SA Barbarians KO 9 mins
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Gordon's School Feb 16
Replying to @GordonsGeog
Mountain views; interlocking spurs; meanders and desert life. Day 3 and our are heading for Agobsh and Zagora, swapping their hotel and transport comforts for a camel ride and night under canvas in the desert. Early morning training continues!
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@GordonsRugby Feb 16
bom Dia from Portugal.. Day 2 and our schedule cranks up. U18s are in the ‘Kings of Cup’ vs 🇿🇦 Barbarians, U16s vs St. Julians 🇵🇹, U14s vs Agronomia Rugby 🇵🇹
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@GordonsRugby Feb 15
U18s finish off the day with an inpresssive 40 vs 0 win
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@GordonsRugby Feb 15
U18s preparing for their final game of the day versus Belas RC
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Gordon's School Feb 15
Packed itinerary for our Geographers in Morocco today. A visit to the Canal de Rocade: a spot of geology; taking the 2,260m high Tizi n'tichka pass over the Atlas Mountains and a trip to the Ait Benhaddour Kasbah! Plenty of traditional Moroccan cuisine along the way.
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@GordonsRugby Feb 14
Match day here in Portugal ! Early start pre tournament mobility session held by Mr Jones Head of S&C
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Gordon's School Feb 15
Immersing themselves in the colourful, noisy Marrakesh, our GCSE and A Level students have already explored the legendary Souks and the Koutoubia Mosque. Today they leave the frenetic pace of Morocco’s capital and head to the Atlas Mountains.
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Gordon's Geography Feb 14
Great first day exploring the Souks of Marrakech, the Koutoubia mosque and a Moroccan apothecary
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Woking News & Mail Feb 14
The dark and eccentric world of Christopher Marlowe's was brought to life at to rave reviews by an almost entirely student based cast and crew. See or the 13 Feb News & Mail
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Home Front History Feb 14
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Gordon's School Feb 14
Proof of the Pudding was most certainly in the eating for our who cooked a roast dinner and apple crumble. Their is part of the Open Study programme serving to extend their opportunities beyond the classroom.
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Gordon's School Feb 14
Replying to @GordonsSch
Mufti Day has coincided with Valentine’s and today we are showing our love for Australia. Students are wearing green and yellow and bringing in £2 for three charities connected with the wildlife and firefighting in Australia.
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