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Mr Jeremy Suter

This week has been extremely tough for the whole school community following the tragic loss of a colleague and friend who was a ‘Challoner’s Boy’ through and through.

Jeremy Suter’s parents have set up a memorial page where donations can be made in his memory, to two charities which they have chosen. These are the
Buckinghamshire Youth Cricket Trust, which supports young cricketers in the county, and
Food for the Hungry, a charity which Jeremy had supported through his church youth group.

At the appropriate time, the school will be discussing with Jeremy’s family some options for a permanent way for him to be remembered at DCGS.

Krakow - not a visit to forget

22nd October 2014: Under the cover of darkness on the closing hours of Friday, 40 sleepy Challoner’s boys arrived in Poland. It was to be the start of a long ...

Getting into gear

22nd October 2014: ~ The mountain biking club has been ongoing for the past five weeks of this half term and has brought fun and adventure to the lucky participating ...

A game of two halves - House Dodgeball

22nd October 2014: The latest Year 11 House Dodgeball final took place this week in what would soon become one of the more... interesting house events. Tension ...

Finding inspiration in the city

20th October 2014: The A Level Art and Graphics students had a day off timetable today as we all travelled up to London on a photographic research field trip. Unaccompanied ...

Year 13 confront 'The White Devil'

18th October 2014: On Saturday, the year 13 English students took a coach up to the home of Shakespeare to see the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of The ...

Exploring the past to understand the future of economics

15th October 2014

A War of Words

15th October 2014

Prizes awarded for outstanding students

10th October 2014

Powering into the second round of the cross country championships

9th October 2014

Geographers get to grips with the River Chess

9th October 2014: As part of their GCSE Geography studies on rivers, Year 10 travelled to the River Chess to extend and consolidate their understanding formed ...

Next generation app designers

8th October 2014: This week, we were once again fortunate enough to take part in the exciting nationwide British Interactive Media Association (BIMA) Digital Day. ...

A trivial comedy for serious students

8th October 2014: 119 years after the opening of the comedy The Importance of Being Earnest, Year 10 and 11 students studying English and Drama with Mr Millar ...