As part of their induction in September all new students (Lower School and Sixth Form)were given the opportunity to try activities on Concord's High Ropes Course, climbing wall and experience other team building activities within the Concord campus.
At the beginning of October, Concord held its first Model Untied Nations (MUN) event. Organised by a group of students led by Shaun Kua (6.2), this two day event required students to discuss and vote on global issues such as renewable energy and euthanasia from the point of view of different nations. Over 50 students took part and many will be hoping to attend MUN conferences with other schools later in the year.
On Sunday 24th October the second annual House Arts Competition took place. With the four houses competing in different categories, including group and solo performances and a whole 'House Song,' it was a wonderfully entertaining evening. Waldheim were the overall winners this year.
On Saturday November 6th students at Concord enjoyed an evening of Halloween Fun including a fancy dress disco. There were some superb costumes on display.
Concord students took part in the 'Wear It Pink' campaign to support research into breast cancer on October 25th. With pink food and drink on sale, pink hats and wigs and the opportunity to have hair sprayed pink and nails painted pink, everyone was 'seeing pink' and having fun whilst raising money for this good cause.
On Sunday 21st November Concord held its first ever Christmas Fayre. With nearly 30 local retailers the event attracted around 800 visitors and festive fun was definitely in the air!
The Concord Christmas Concert 2010 was performed over two nights in November and showcased the extraordinary talents of the students in music, dance and drama.
On Saturday 4th December students at Concord attended the annual Christmas Dinner where they enjoyed a delicious meal in the Dining Hall and the chance to dress up. The meal was followed by a special disco in the indoor marquee in the Sports Hall.
December 2010, the coldest weather in the UK for over 70 years turned Concord College into a Winter Wonderland.