Just before half term the Year 11 GCSE Geography students went to Shropshire on a fieldtrip.
82 girls in the Bordeaux and Lestonnac Choirs from Years 3 to 6 had a wonderful experience at the opening ceremony for the Christian Resources Exhibition at Sandown Park Race Course on Tuesday 16 October.
7-3 Biology have been hard at work making models of cells.
On Wed 10 October we welcomed back alumna Laura Appleton who left in 2014 to speak to the Medical Society.
The second Tuesday of every October marks Ada Lovelace Day to celebrate the achievements of women in Stem careers and of course: Ada Lovelace, the first computer programmer.
Our Year 9 Food & Nutrition Students were challenged to make Bake-Off style showstopping tartlets this week!
Mrs Dunn talked to 9M1 about how you can use the Fibonacci sequence in finance.
This morning we celebrated Harvest with an uplifting Mass with music on the theme 'Growing'.
This week we are starting our fundraising efforts for the year with the Chaplaincy Team revealing our chosen charities.
We were delighted to welcome Children’s author Clara Vulliamy to school yesterday morning!
This week, the senior school were able to present cheques for last year’s fundraising to representatives from the two chosen charities; Emma’s Bubble Trust and ODNS Cobham Outreach.
Parents returned to the classroom to Enjoy Read Write Inc Workshop with their children.
Our vision for pastoral care is to be a leading light in this area so that we can ensure, through the promotion of positive emotional health and wellbeing, that our students are helped to understand and express their feelings, build their confidence and emotional resilience and therefore, their capacity to learn.
A free Get Into Medicine evening seminar at Westminster University on Monday 5th November, from 5pm to 7pm for Year 11 - 13 students and parents
Year two have been dressing up as Samuel Pepys and writing their own diaries using a quill and ink.
We were delighted to welcome over 300 visitors to our open Morning last weekend
Year 1 have been doing lots of addition and subtraction in maths.
Congratulations to Mia D (Year 7) who submitted an outstanding piece of homework from the new Year 7 homework menu to accompany the Year 7 scheme of work: An introduction to Shakespeare and ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’.
Year 13 Biologists attended Nower Wood Nature Reserve in Leatherhead for a day of fieldwork. This allowed them to carry out techniques such as sampling with quadrats and transects.
Squirrels, Foxes & Hedgehogs enjoyed their own special Harvest Service in the Chapel yesterday morning with our Chaplain Mrs Hopkins.