Sunday Times Prep School of the Year 2013-14

School News

  • Hitting all the right notes!

    Posted: 29/02/12

    More musical success for the school as two pupils had a very exciting and accomplished half term hitting all the right notes at the Royal College of Music.

  • Uganda update...!

    Posted: 29/02/12

    So far, so good....as another message pings its way to us all the way from the African continent.

  • "Uganda here we come..."!

    Posted: 28/02/12

    Mrs Hair, along with our ex-Headteacher, Mrs Hayes, Emily B's mother and a representative from the charity 'Build Africa' set off today for Uganda.

  • World Book Day - Thursday 1st.March

    Posted: 27/02/12

    This Thursday, the 1st.March 2012, is annual World Book Day which we always like to acknowledge and celebrate in school...this year by wearing our pyjamas and curling up for a comfy read!

  • Ella H - COMPETITION WINNER!!!

    Posted: 27/02/12

    Huge Congratulations to Ella H in Y4P who has won a national competition on 'Climate Change'!

  • Y5 share their Victorian knowledge with us...

    Posted: 27/02/12

    Recently Y5 had their Assembly and took the opportunity to share with us what they had been learning about in their class History lessons.

  • Year 2 pupils step back in time

    Posted: 24/02/12

    Y2 and Y2P pupils found themsleves transported back in time this week when they participated in a 'Great Fire of London' re-enactment workshop.

  • Ash Wednesday Service

    Posted: 22/02/12

    "Repent and believe the Good News"...

  • A 'teddy-teriffic' sale!

    Posted: 22/02/12

    Just before half-term the girls brought in armfuls of pre-loved cuddly, soft toys, bears and animals ready to be sold in aid of 'Build Africa'.

  • Class Brass!

    Posted: 21/02/12

    Both classes in Year 3 have embarked upon a very exciting initiative in their music lessons...learning to play a brass instrument!

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