‘World’s Fastest Blind Man’ Visits The Henley College

  Motivational speaker Steve Cunningham visited The Henley College on 6 November to give an inspirational talk to around 200 students. Cunningham dreamed of becoming a professional footballer, until he found […]

Henley College Student Picks up Kickboxing Medals

  Henley College student and kickboxer Callum Green recently returned from the sport’s World Championships with two bronze medals. Callum was competing at the World Traditional Kickboxing Association (W.T.K.A.) World […]

College Artist to Exhibit Work at Mall Galleries

The Henley Decorative and Fine Arts Society (HEDFAS) recently presented three Art students from The Henley College with prizes for excellence. The students each received a certificate and a cheque for […]

Millie’s Dream Appeal Presents First Life-Saving Device

The first defibrillator of the ‘Millie’s Dream’ campaign was presented to Rupert House yesterday morning by the Mayor, Stefan Gawrysiak.  The ‘Millie’s Dream’ campaign was set up by Sarah Roberts […]

A Level Drama Students Get Visit from Theatre Director

Drama students at The Henley College recently enjoyed a visit from the director of a play they have been studying this term. As part of the AS Drama and Theatre Studies […]

Shakespeare Masterclass for College Students

Vocational Performing Arts students at The Henley College were fortunate to welcome actor Ian Cullen this week, for an intensive Shakespeare master class.   Ian trained at RADA and has […]

Touch Rugby England Success for Shiplake College Girls

Two girls from Shiplake College have been selected to join the England U18 Touch Rugby squad. Headmaster Gregg Davies comments: “This is a particularly impressive achievement for Sophie Arnold (age […]

Quirky Quiz Night Raises Money for Sacred Heart School

Sacred Heart PTA held their annual Quiz night on Friday night at the school.  With Quizmaster Luke Butcher at the helm he put the teams through the first half rounds […]

Valley Road School Spooktacular Disco

Zombies, werewolfs, witches, mummies and skeletons turned up to school at Valley Road School on Friday night for their annual Halloween Disco which was organised by the school’s PTA. Outside the grounds were decorated with pumpkins which the children had designed and entered for a competition.

Performing Arts Students Visit RADA

Performing Arts students at The Henley College visited The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) in October, to see a production of Mercury Fur performed by third year RADA students. […]