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Read about the exciting things going on during GAF past and present.

GAF 2019 exceeds expectations!

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The Griffin Arts Festival is a Proud Tradition within the Griffin Schools Trust’s (GST) event calendar. In its 6th year, the Griffin Arts Festival has taken the lead in being…

NCS Student win GAF Poster Competition!

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Time has flown by since this article in March heralded the launch of our poster competition, inviting secondary students across the Trust to design a piece of art that would be the…

The Griffin Arts Festival Competition Launch!

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Sixth Form students in Lammas, Nicholas Chamberlaine and Stantonbury International will have the opportunity to design and create an original artwork which embodies our Trust theme of ‘Green Planet: Protecting…

A Very Successful GAF 2018!

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Our 5th Griffin Arts Festival was, once again, a spectacular event. Through a fortnight of inspirational and enjoyable cultural experiences, Griffins across the age range shared their beliefs and explored…

Our Schools

If you want to read about what your individual school is planning this year, simply click on their shield to begin exploring.








Nicholas Chamberlaine

Park Lane

Perry Wood

Race Leys


Saxon Way


Willow Brook

The Griffin Arts Festivals 2019 will take place from the 24 June – 5 July

Green Planet: Protecting Our World.Read more

“Deforestation is changing our climate, harming people and the natural world. We must, and can, reverse this trend.”

Jane Goodall

“A single whisper can be quite a disturbance when the rest of the audience is silent.”

Anthony Marra

“Fast fashion isn’t free. Someone else is paying.”

Lucy Siegle

“If you really think the environment is less important than the economy try holding your breathe while you count your money.”