Thank you to the CHSA for organizing such a fun filled Easter Event this week. The children really enjoyed the event with many of them asking us when would we be doing something like it again. The day included Easter raffles, “guess the name of the Easter Bunny”, design your own Easter Egg, “guess the number of Easter eggs in the jar” and a fabulously fun sponsored bunny hop!
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Senior School Ski Trip 2017
Our Reception Pupils Visit Forest School
Following on from the popularity of our Nursery forest school outings, our Reception children today enjoyed their first visit to the Muddy Boots Forest School. They all had a lovely time playing in the dirt and especially enjoyed the freshly cooked popcorn and cooking marshmallows over the fire
A Grand Exhibition by Year 2
On Friday, Year 2 hosted a marvellous “Grand Exhibition” for their parents which was a culmination of their learning in History, but also cross-curricular with literacy and geography also being part of the learning. The children’s work was incredibly impressive and informative. Thank you to Miss Door for planning such an excellent learning experience for the children.
Red Nose Day 2017
Pupils throughout the school enjoyed non uniform day in aid of Red Nose Day 2017 today in return for a £2 donation. Pupils could also earn house points for each item of red clothing and red nose. In total the pupils raised over £1,000 for charity.
Spectacular Performances at our Spring Concert 2017
Staff and pupils put on a spectacular performance this week at the Spring Concert with performances ranging from lassical to musical theatre, not to mention some pieces composed by the pupils themselves: oboe to African drums; Year 3 to Year 11 and staff.
An Evening with Les Miserables
This week the Senior School drama club has stunned their audiences with an incredibly professional performance of “An Evening of Les Miserables”, our adaptation of Victor Hugo’s classic novel. The show was a cross between a dramatic performance and a concert, and featured some of the hits from the West End musical. Congratulations to all the pupils that took part and thank you to all the staff who put in so many hours to help the pupils realize their full artistic potential!
Lower School Prayer Space
Throughout the week there has been a fantastic Prayer Space in the Lower School, which all the children have had time to reflect in this space, that volunteers from the Baptist Church have been running. It will be a shame to see the space go at the end of the week, but the children will have memories of the thoughtful activities that they did and may even be able to utilise some of the ideas in their own lives if they wish to. Thank you to Susan Sydenham and all her helpers from the Baptist Church, and to Mrs Deasy for coordinating this week.
Year 5 Science Museum Trip
Our Year 5 pupils came back enthralled by their Year 5 to visit the Royal Observatory. The day includes many active learning opportunities, such as a planetarium show and a visit to the astronomy galleries to support their science curriculum learning.
World Book Day 2017
Nursery and Lower School pupils and staff from both Lower School and Senior School today brought words to life when they came to school dressed as their favourite book characters. Here are just a few of the fabulous outfits!
4R Parent Assembly
4R gave a highly informative assembly today on the subjects they have studied so far this year. They taught their parents and other pupils about water displacement theory, French art and showcased their creations of Islamic mosques and much much more! Well done 4R
Forest School February 2017
Our Nursery children (and staff…..) enjoyed another lovely muddy adventure at their forest school session today.
Year 8 Northern France Trip
Our Year 8 pupils had an amazing time in France visiting sweet factories, learning to make croissants, eating snails and of course speaking French!