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  • 23/05/22

    Year 5 Open Evening

    Year 5 Open Evening (entry 2023)
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  • 11/11/21

    Remembrance Reflection 2021

    The Reflection from our Remembrance Service this year. Excerpts from a poem by Graham Cook, read by Sebastian in Year 13: Reflection 2021
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  • 05/11/21

    Remembrance 2021

    Our annual Remembrance Service welcomed the Mayor of Southend and representatives of the Old Southendian Association and the Governing Body.  This year, we considered that our nation's commitment to remembering those who have sacrificed and fallen in conflict has been sustained for one...
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  • 05/11/21

    Sixth Form Open Evening

    Please join us on 11th November 2021 for our Sixth Form Open Evening
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  • 24/03/21

    'Lockdown' House Art Competition

    House Art Competition entries
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  • 23/06/20

    SHSB in the news ...

    SHSB makes the headlines with extended on-site provision!
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  • 20/03/20

    School flag flies

    The school flag flies for leavers as 'closure' begins.
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  • 14/02/20

    SHSB Online Art Gallery

    SHSB Online Art Gallery is launched!
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  • 30/01/20

    Sixth Form Students reverse Advent calendar for charity

    Years 12 and 13 decided they would operate a 'reverse Advent calendar' during December for charity.  Each day, students brought in one item and in early January, those items were donated to Southend Foodbank. Southend Foodbank recently wrote to thank the students: On behalf o...
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  • 21/01/20

    SHSB student invited to be an AQA Adviser

    Layla, a student in Year 12, joined senior AQA staff at the House of Commons last week, as part of a new group of student advisers.
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  • 16/10/19

    'Rock of Ages' coming to SHSB!

    'Rock of Ages' performances in March 2020
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  • 16/10/19

    Fantastic Fundraising!

    Fundraising at the end of the Autumn term raised over £2,000.
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