Today Form IV had an incredibly busy day designing and constructing hamster runs for Mrs Taylor’s hamsters Tato and Indy in the morning, followed by making band rollers with SETPOINT in the afternoon.
Form IV created their own magical creatures in English, explained the animal adaptations in Science and then made them using salt dough. The girls followed a recipe and made the dough themselves.
Form IV had a fantastic three days at our Grafham Water residential. We challenged ourselves and had fun at the same time.
We had a lovely day at Hatfield House. The day began with a quick photo shoot under the amazing wisteria growing near to the Palace. We then had a tour of the house. We sat at the banqueting table in the Great Hall an saw the Rainbow Portrait of Queen Elizabeth 1. On our way …
This week in Form IV, we have been getting outside to find inspiration for our haiku poems. Here is one written by Lucy. Herbs smell very sweet Colourful patterned petals They wave in the breeze
Last week we performed our class assembly. We told the story of Ruatapu and Paikea – a Maori legend from New Zealand. You can view a video of us performing the Paikea haka on the school facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/699135033529150/posts/1919547641487877?sfns=mo
As part of delivering our PSHCE curriculum, Forms IV and V spent a very enjoyable and interesting day last week at the Houses of Parliament. We had a fascinating tour, which included the House of Commons, the House of Lords, the Members’ Lobby and Westminster Hall and we learnt all about how Parliament works. Afterwards, …
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.