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  • Tatler School's Guide features Ashdown

    Published 12/09/18

    We are thrilled to feature in Tatler's 2019 School Guide which reviews the top prep and public schools in the UK.

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  • A memorable show by the Leavers

    Published 10/07/18

    What a fantastic swan song the leavers gave us all before saying an emotional farewell to Ashdown.

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  • Regional Athletics Medal Winners

    Published 27/06/18

    There were fantastic results in the regional athletics in Crawley for the Ashdown team. 

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  • Sports Day shows true Olympic spirit!

    Published 12/06/18

    We had a  fantastic Sports Day with so much enthusiasm and laughter on display, from the record setters to the bearers of Patrol mascots, from Mr Mason & his team to the magnificent feasts spread around the Patch, from the leavers' stalls to the excellent commentary...& so much more!

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  • Midsummer Night's Dream

    Published 29/05/18

    The 3s gave a masterful performance of 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' on successive days that were anything but dreamy!

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  • Choral Day

    Published 19/03/18

    The music just keeps getting better and better!

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  • Recitation competition

    Published 25/01/18

    The delivery of some really tough texts demonstrated the talent that abounds in the school.

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  • Narnia comes to Ashdown...

    Published 25/11/17

    The 1's took us on a tour of the magical world of Narnia

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  • The Three Billy Goats Gruff...ish!

    Published 24/11/17

    Who's afraid of the nasty Troll? Not our Billy Goats!

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  • Dancing on Ice.

    Published 19/11/17

    A day on the ice for our boarders.

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  • Walk to the Airman's Grave

    Published 16/11/17

    Our annual walk to the Airman's Grave saw the whole Ashdown community walking the impressive 8.5 mile walk.

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  • The 1's Go to Dorset!

    Published 13/10/17

    A great time was had by all when the 1s went to Dorset; lots of fresh air, fun and Geography study of course!

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