The 4s visited Highdown School to hear from inspirational children’s author Michael Grant talk about his writing and the latest novel in his Soldier Girl series.
Despite London’s early morning traffic, the L6 and U6 history students successfully made it to the London Irish Centre in Camden for an Early Tudor Conference accompanied by Dr Ingram and Dr Smith.
Following on from her staggering Second place at the National Trampolining League finals, L4 pupil Amelia overcame illness to qualify for the National Finals at the School Zonals.
61 girls from U4 and L5 participated in The Duke of Edinburgh’s Bronze Award Expedition on Friday 13 to Sunday 15 March. Mr Blunt reports that cold is normally found at altitude, at the poles and in the ocean depths, but on this occasion, our girls unfortunately found cold in Ashdown Forest, Sussex??!! The girls […]
A group of 10 geographers have returned from an inspiring four day field trip to Sicily. The main focus of the trip was the study of volcanism. This included an ascent of over 3000 metres by cable car and jeep up Mount Etna, the largest and most active volcano in Europe. On arrival at the […]
The Saturday Morning Programme is optional, with a full and varied schedule of activities on offer, providing a great range of experiences for both girls and parents. Activities can be attended as one-off sessions, for example trampolining and family tennis. There are also courses that involve more continuity, lasting from five-weeks to a whole term, […]