COP26 Simulation Exercise
On Monday, November 1st, myself and other students studying Geography and/or Politics were lucky enough to have the opportunity to take part in a simulation of the COP-26 summit happening in Glasgow; this simulation took place in the Council Chambers in Godalming. Provided with access to the same data and information that was presented to the World Leaders and advisors we managed to successfully debate and negotiate with each other to get to a reduction in global warming of 2ºC.
Tributary - The New Student Magazine!
The first issue of our student-run magazine, Tributary, has been launched and is available to read! Founded by two of our students, Sebastian Ellery and Isabel Fraser, this passion project was inspired by the experience gained from their Journalism +Enrichment class, then deciding to take students news into their own hands. Beginning with the goal of bringing students together to discuss topics and potential writing perspectives, they have since exceeded this goal by publishing their very first issue.
Dan Piper awarded essay prize from the Association of Ukranians in Great Britain
Congratulations to History student Dan Piper who came second in the 2021 Holodomor Essay Prize competition, winning £400 prize money half of which is donated to the College.
England Hockey selection for talented goalkeeper Dora Savory
Talented godalkeeper Dora Savory has been selected for the England National Squad and will also be playing for the Godalming college Hockey side.
Results Day at Godalming College
As ever, Godalming College students are celebrating their successes with an amazing set of A Level and BTEC results, enabling them to take the next step into their futures with confidence and optimism.
Brainiac Blair: Making Studying Fun
Godalming College student Blair Fiander is helping others with their revision and home learning using modern technology such as the social media platforms TikTok, YouTube and Instagram and a Discord Server Channel.
History of Art student Wins National Competition
Talented History of Art student Max Taylor is the the winner of SPoKE 2021 a National Art History documentary competition with judges including art historian and TV presenter Kate Bryan (Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year), Abigail Harrison-Moore (Professor of Art History, Leeds University), Rupert Isaacson (author and producer of 'The Horse Boy'). Sponsors and supported of the competition included the Association for Art History, Art History Abroad, Frieze Art Fair.
Luke makes it big at Dorking Film Festival
Congratulations to Media and Photography student, Luke Whatley-Bigg who is runner up in the Young Adult Short Film category of the Dorking Film Festival with his film about Kingston Upon Thames.
Alex wins London Met Photography Prize
Congratulations to Alex Phocas who is the overall winner of the London Met Photography Competition.


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