Senior School 14 Jan 22
Headmaster’s Headlines – 14.01.22
It is a stunning afternoon here at School. The School site looks beautiful today, bathed in sunshine with hardly a cloud in the sky. Sunrises and sunsets have also been breath taking; I wonder how many more days we can have like this as the winter progresses.
Sixth Form 14 Jan 22
Head of School Speech
During the Headmaster's Assembly today, Katherine Sawyer (Upper Sixth) delivered her Head of School speech, which you can read below.
Sixth Form 7 Jan 22
Head of School Speech
During the Headmaster's Assembly today Theodore Dransfield (Upper Sixth) delivered his Head of School speech, which you can read below.
Senior School 7 Jan 22
Indoor Hockey Success
Over the Christmas break, several of our pupils competed at the Indoor Hockey UK Championships. This is a tournament ran independently of England Hockey, aiming to give more athletes a taste of Indoor Hockey, in a highly competitive environment.
In assembly this morning, Mrs Skelly's Year 5 Mathematics set competed against each other in a TTRockstar's rock off! The pupils were put into three groups and had to race each other. They had the extra pressure of the audience and cheering, but they all performed brilliantly! The winner of each group went into the finals.Read More
Our Year 4 pupils have used their Super Hoot power of looking skills to analyse the paintings of the artist L.S Lowry. They have identified his use of foreground, middle ground and background to create depth in his compositions, along with his iconic matchstick figures and love of industrial buildings.Read More
This term in English, our Year 4 pupils have been studying Michael Morpurgo’s 'The Butterfly Lion'. It is a heart-warming tale of friendship, loyalty, overcoming adversities and perseverance. The story is based on the friendship between a boy called Bertie and his rescued orphan white lion cub from the African veld.Read More
This week, I had a discussion with a colleague about talent versus hard work; weighing up which might eventually result in greater success, be that on the Cricket pitch, in a LAMDA or music examination, on Sports Day or any aspect of learning within the classroom environment. But why stop there? Why not extend this muse to consider its relevance in the context of life in general?Read More