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Anstee Bridge Team and Bounce Theatre are putting on a gala production of ‘Fried chicken’, a production about preventing bullying. Details are: Time: 7.00pm Date: Wednesday 8th February 2017 Venue: The Arthur Cotterell Theatre at Kingston College, Kingston KT1 2AQ. We are also producing education packs about the production...

We are so grateful for support we have received from Lisa Corrodus, the former World Champion women's body builder. She has been a mentor for pupils at Anstee Bridge since 2008 and is an avid proponent of health and fitness, using her work to promote the...

On 13th October, a group of Anstee Bridge pupils visited the famous Saatchi Gallery in London - not just to see the artworks on display, but to visit their own installation, 'Sixty Years of Fashion', a year-long collaboration between Anstee and Bounce Theatre. The young people...

Magician and runner-up of the 2015 Britain's Got Talent, Jamie Raven has become a patron of Anstee Bridge. Jamie burst onto an unsuspecting world during the 2015 series of Britain’s Got Talent. His magic amazed audiences and even made Simon Cowell exclaim, “I now finally...

Katherine Greening successfully applied to the Jack Petchey Foundation for a £500 grant to deliver a series of training sessions on interview skills.  She said “The workshops made a real difference to the students.  Their inter-personal skills were greatly enhanced and they were shown how...

We were very proud to be chosen as joint winners in the first Achieving for Children Team Awards ceremony on Friday 26 February. Anstee Bridge shared the first place slot with Richmond Child Protection Team. Achieving for Children is a community interest company created by the Royal...