Sunday Times Prep School of the Year 2013-14

School News

  • Spring has sprung!

    Posted: 31/03/12

    Spring term finishes in a blaze of glorious sunshine with the Lenten Walk around the grounds for the girls. 

  • PE Department news...

    Posted: 30/03/12

    Both Year 3 classes were in action on the netball courts recently...and did very well indeed in their first real match situation!

  • Y3 and Y3P's Class Brass Concert!

    Posted: 29/03/12

    The parents of both Year 3 classes were very lucky indeed when they were invited to a concert given by their daughters all playing brass instruments.

  • 'Resurrection Boy'

    Posted: 29/03/12

    The Year 4 classes put on a superb performance the other morning in front of their parents and the rest of the school telling us the Easter story through the play, 'Resurrection Boy'.

  • Brilliant Bin Bag fashion!

    Posted: 26/03/12

    Last Friday morning the whole school was in for a treat as the Y6 and Y6P classes staged a brilliant 'Bin Bag Fashion Show'...with some special guest models appearing too!

  • Brilliant Brass!!

    Posted: 20/03/12

    You may have seen the local press reported on our very talented musicians at the weekend...and quite right too!

  • "skip, skip, skip to my lou..."

    Posted: 20/03/12

    As part of our Olympic topic week in school the Year 4 classes had a super time on their sponsored skip!

  • Team GB women's paralympic basketballers

    Posted: 19/03/12

    A bevy of blonde, beautiful, young women paralympic basketballers visited us in school today and we were in for a real treat!

  • An Evening with Sir Matthew Pinsent

    Posted: 19/03/12

    The FOHC through the hard work of Mrs Snell had a wonderful social evening with Sir Matthew Pinsent last Thursday at school. 

  • News from the PE Department...

    Posted: 15/03/12

    Another busy week for the staff and girls involved in all the different sports in school! Read the report from Mrs Andrew below...

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