Year 6 Easter Bunnies were out in full force this morning for the annual Easter Egg Hunt!
Yesterday the Senior school had their annual Rich/poor meal for lunch.
It’s been a very busy but immensely fulfilling year and I am grateful to you all for your love and support.
A bus load of very excitable Year 3 girls, Miss Parker, Miss Boyd and Miss Golding descended upon Hindleap Warren. After a very warm welcome, the girls were thrown into their first activity which was to put duvet covers and sheets on their beds!
There will be 2 residential trips during the first week of the Easter holidays! Ski Trip to Austria and History Trip to Berlin!
Very proud to show the final photos of the girls hard work this year. The final practical project equates to 35% of their Food GCSE
On Wednesday some of the Sixth Form and Year 11 students went to see Six.
Upper Nursery, Year 1 and Year 2 have all contributed and created a wonderful Easter Garden.
We are delighted to showcase the winning Science Projects from each class!
23 intrepid senior school computer scientists took part in the Oxford Computing Challenge at the beginning of March. Girls were invited to participate due to their exceptional performance (Top 10% nationally) in a prior (Bebras) challenge, but this one was something else entirely.
Mrs Salisbury has been teaching Year 1 all about Picasso and his style of painting. Here are the wonderful Picasso inspired works of art they have produced.
Recently some Year 9 and 10 students spent a week hosting their French exchanges, after going to Bayonne in October last year.
During Lent, we traditionally take time to be quiet and contemplative, examining ourselves and doing a lot of thinking. I don’t know about you but sometimes, I find it really hard to be quiet and contemplative in our busy world.
Over the weekend, Year 12 ventured to Slapton Ley in Devon to learn new geographical fieldwork skills.
Year 2 celebrated their wonderful achievements during their time in the infants. The theme of the assembly was 'I CAN' and they did a fantastic job at showcasing their talents for art, drama, poetry and singing.
OCR Food & Nutrition; Year 11 High level Skill; Year 9 Food styling and GBBO Showstoppers
Year 6 really enjoyed WW2 Day!
It was lovely to welcome some staff from St Catherine’s School Bramley this week to share good practice in the classroom
GCSE and AS Students attend Body World London Exhibition
Miss Martin Graduation Day