It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas at Framlingham College | Framlingham College

Christmas Spirit is coursing through Framlingham College as we flip the page on our calendars for the last time this year. You can read about all the magical festivities our Senior and Prep Schools are putting on for pupils in our Christmas newsletter, arriving mid-December. In the meantime, take a look at our video of BTEC Music students rehearsing Rockin’ Robin in preparation:

Other stories from our newsletter:

Celebrating and Inspiring Hope as Advent Begins

We spoke to three senior pupils about their successful university applications as well as School Chaplain, Brynn Bayman about how this year’s advent holds special significance.


Valuing Creativity

As part of the School’s pledge to bring the best out of pupils as individuals, we explored how different subject areas challenge pupils to explore their own creativity. DT tutor, James Buxton also delivers a talk to teachers from across the school on the ‘Value of Creativity’ in lessons.


Framlingham College Business and Economics Teacher Becomes Financial Times Contributor

We spoke Business and Economics Teacher, Elin Egger, about her work as a contributor to the Financial Times’ senior teaching resources which are accessed and used by teachers across the country.


Heads of English Give us Their 12 Books of Christmas for Children of all Ages

Our two Heads of English, from the Senior and Prep Schools, have offered us their expert insight into the best books for children of all ages to read over this festive period – just in time for peak Christmas shopping season.


Upsides of Lockdown: Students more Engaged with Current Affairs

The latest instalment of our ongoing Upsides of Lockdown series identifies the trend in students becoming more engaged with subjects relating to the hectic news agenda. We speak to teachers from the Senior and Prep School about pupils’ increased interest in politics, economics and the environment.

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