National Boarding Day, so what do we say: I love Boarding Hip Hip Hooray.
Cake on the Brain: Cake was on the Brain of Sixth Form Psychologists, so much so that Steph created a replica brain cake this week following their recent study of neurological functionality.
Trench Building: Third Form historians were asked to recreate trench cakes in history this week in advance of their trip to Ypres to see the real war-time trenches and imagine the conditions suffered there.
A sun-drenched, colourful cross country course on Wednesday when we hosted over 250 runners from prep and senior schools eager to be put through their paces. Congratulations to Christina in Second Form for winning the U13 category.
The Unreturning: A Level Drama students experienced Frantic Assembly’s amazing production of Anna Jordan’s play The Unreturning at the Nuffield Theatre, Southampton. The powerful portrayal of men and their experiences of war was staggering.
Bright Your Write: Second Form challenged girls and staff alike to write in colour today and support their colourful Pen sale in order to raise money to buy writing equipment for our sister school Tinga Tinga.
Music Scholars’ Spectacular Performances at Guildford Institute: the quality of sound on Tuesday was stunning as ten of our scholars performed a series of pieces, on piano, flute and voice featuring the works of Gershwin, Debussy, Mozart and more.
Sharing a Passion for Flight: Sixth Former Sasha shared her passion for para-gliding with an equally enthusiastic Mr Rood on hand to coach her in ground-handling.
Climbing High! Congratulations to Katie R in Second Form for taking third place in the British Lead Climbing Championships last weekend. A big step forward for her in a very competitive category.
UCAS Science Prep: Sixth Form Biologists meet each week to present and debate topics such as this week’s ‘The Hunt for Disease X’ as useful preparation for their university interviews.