Sunday Times Prep School of the Year 2013

School News

  • No tricks...only treats!

    Posted: 31/10/11

    Mrs Hair's assembly welcomed the school back to this half of term after our lovely week off!

  • Y5 Theatre trip

    Posted: 18/10/11

    Last week the whole of Year 5 took their learning outside of the classroom and went to the theatre in Guildford to see a production of one of the class texts they have been studying.

  • Display around school!

    Posted: 17/10/11

    It was open morning last week and we saw a number of prospective and current parents walk round and enjoy a 'snapshot' of what goes on at Holy Cross during the day but in case you did not make it round, here are some of the classroom highlights.

  • "Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream..."

    Posted: 17/10/11

    Miriam Batten, world champion rower and Olympic silver medallist, talks to the girls...and Gaia, a Year 6 pupil, gives us her account of the visit.

  • All the fun of the (Book!) Fair

    Posted: 17/10/11

    Another very successful Book Fair was delivered to us in school by Scholastic Publishers and run by Mrs Wood, our librarian, last week.

  • Y2s enjoy the National Army Museum

    Posted: 17/10/11

    On Tuesday 11th October, Y2 and Y2P classes went to the National Army Museum to find out more about Florence Nightingale and Mary Secole.

  • Don't Give Up!

    Posted: 14/10/11

    Y6 girls presented a very inspirational assembly this week, taking for their theme the message,"whatever you do, don't ever give up!"

  • An Autumn Assembly

    Posted: 6/10/11

    Year 3 delighted us all this morning with a beautifully read and presented assembly on the theme of 'Autumn' and 'Harvest'.

  • The Art Exhibition

    Posted: 5/10/11

    Forget the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in London....for one day last week the Coombe Ridge Hall was transformed to showcase the Holy Cross talent!

  • The World's Biggest Coffee Morning!

    Posted: 5/10/11

    Did you join us last Friday for the Macmillan Coffee Morning...? there were quite a lot of cakes as well!

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