Durrington High School autumn activities '“ in pictures

Durrington High School in Worthing has had a busy autumn term, offering extended activities to encourage students.

Thursday, 13th December 2018, 1:04 pm
Updated Wednesday, 9th January 2019, 8:25 am
The year-seven mud run helped the students to build resilience and determination while having fun SUS-181213-114434003

The new year-seven students took part in a mud run to develop team-building skills, a dance competition and a sports morning, while year-11 students visited the British Museum and some completed the bronze Duke of Edinburgh’s Award scheme.

The year-seven mud run helped the students to build resilience and determination while having fun
The year-seven mud run helped the students to build resilience and determination while having fun
The year-seven mud run helped the students to build resilience and determination while having fun
The year-seven mud run helped the students to build resilience and determination while having fun
All year-seven forms were represented at the interform dance competition and the students worked extremely hard on their performances, judged by, from left, Lesley Graney, James Crane and Louise Wallis-Tayler
The winning form group 7KCl with interform dance competition organiser Lauren Chaitow
The year-seven sports morning was designed to encourage students to take part in sports
The year-seven sports morning was designed to encourage students to take part in sports
Year-11 students at the British Museum, a trip which prepared and inspired them for their mock GCSE exams
Year-11 students at the British Museum, a trip which prepared and inspired them for their mock GCSE exams
Sketchbook artwork done at the British Museum by year-11 student Grace Martin, who won the key stage four award for achievement in fine art
Sketchbook artwork done at the British Museum by year-11 student Grace Martin, who won the key stage four award for achievement in fine art
Year-11 students, from left, Sam Eastwood, Joshua Coulson, Rachel Hogg, Rosie Campagna and Tom Linfield-Brown receive their bronze Duke of Edinburgh's Award
The red team taking part in the practice expedition for their bronze Duke of Edinburgh's Award