Forms III to VI had a fun evening watching ‘Honey I shrunk the kids’ whilst enjoying popcorn and other goodies with their friends, all expertly organised by the School Council. Thank you girls.
We had our last day of Willow Weaving with Hazel Godfrey today. The girls in Form III worked outside in the Autumn sunshine. They made some beautiful pieces which are now on display in Reception.
On Wednesday, 19th September, Form III went on a trip to, ‘Celtic Harmony’, near Hertford. The girls were transported back to, ‘The Stone Age’, where they were able to take part in a number of activities. The girls became: hunters, gatherers, traders and den builders. Luckily the prehistoric animals were kept away! There was also …
We had a lovely afternoon making pet structures for the St Hilda’s rabbits and guinea pigs. We worked with Hazel Godfrey who is an artist who specialises in Willow Weaving. We learnt about the craft and how to keep the structures neat and robust. We will be continuing with this next week!
They had the chance to write their name using chocolate, watch a demonstration about how chocolate was made and, of course, the most exciting part, got to eat some with their chosen flavours.
As a Christmas treat Form III went to Planet Ice, ice skating. They all went onto the ice with true Christmas spirit. Although many had not been ice-skating before, they all had a go and thoroughly enjoyed it.
As part of their History topic this term the girls in Form III enjoyed a fantastic day out to Celtic Harmony, an Iron Age Settlement. The girls had the opportunity to explore what life was like during this time. They visited a traditional roundhouse complete with fire and authentic wall decorations. They also had a …