The WJEC Welsh examining board were so impressed with the Media skills shown by Lampton School Year 10 students this year, that they put work up on their website as exemplar film-making for the rest of the country to follow. The Film Studies students used back projection and green screen techniques to mirror the classics of the 1940s Hollywood Film Noir.
As part of the ongoing inter-house competition where students have been playing against each other in a range of sports, the bench-ball final was well supported with a tough competition for the winning spot. The Jack Petchey Award, claimed by Raphael Thomas for his Stirling work in organising the events has been used to support this competition and the winning […]
Jaskiran Dangha, Manraj Bhogal, and Sammy Chaer, were part of a whole Year 8 project last Friday, involving the watching of a live broadcast of Henry IV as part of the Young Shakespeare Nation initiative launched by the RSC. The RSC’s aim is to present all of Shakespeare’s plays across the next 6 years and get them to the widest […]
Pupils in year’s 8, 9 and 10 from Lampton School have graduated from the Brilliant Club, several with first class classifications! These pupils have been working with a PhD tutor over 3 months in order to complete a project on a diverse range of subjects such as wondering “if stars can float in the bath”, political decision making or considering […]
There’s no need for 13-year-old Bishal Debnath to blow his own trumpet – he’s got London mayor Boris Johnson to do that for him. The teenage trumpeter, who attends Lampton School, in Hounslow, has been named an ‘outstanding scholar’ in the brass category of the first ever London Music Awards. He was up against hundreds of other Mayor’s Scholars, who […]