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.
This week, children in Reception were visited by Doctor Amanda, who provided an excellent end to their topic on Scientific Investigations. She spoke about hand hygiene and keeping the germs away and the children discovered that counting to twenty was the best amount of time to get their hands super clean.Read More
Thank you to all those parents who have completed the survey so far. I understand from RS Academics that about a quarter of our parents have so far completed the survey. We are, of course, hoping that most of you will do so in the end. Once again, it is an anonymous survey so please do let us have candid and constructive feedback when it is convenient. The survey closes on Wednesday 22nd February.Read More
On Tuesday 7th February, children in Year 4 will be having an informative, hands-on, environmental Upcycling and Recycling Workshop at School. The workshop focuses on discussing green issues in the home, at School and in a global context to raise children’s awareness of environmental issues. Making use of redundant materials, the children will create new and useful objects from what they formerly regarded as rubbish.Read More