Category: Form V

Form V Outdoor Learning

5th November 19

Earlier in the term, Form V became Outdoor Explorers. Fortunately the rain held off and the class enjoyed a fantastic day of outdoor learning. Mrs Sewell led the day of outdoor activities including autumn watercolour paintings, carved stick men, a maths emoji trail and a woven ‘God’s eye’. Maddison said, ” I found the day…

Form V experiment with seed germination

18th October 19

This term in Science, Form V have been learning about plants and flowers. We are currently conducting an experiment on seed germination and if it matters where the seeds are kept – in a dark cupboard or on a warm window sill. We’re very excited to grow these purple climbing beans and really want to…

Cricket at Queenswood

26th September 19

On Tuesday 24th September, five Form V girls attended a, ‘Girls in Cricket’, training day at Queenswood school. The day was organised and run by Lydia Greenway, who played for the England Women’s Cricket team for 13 years and was an Ashes and World Cup winner! The girls had a fantastic day learning and honing…

Hazard Alley

18th September 19

Forms IV and V  spent an interesting and very entertaining day at the Safety Centre, known as Hazard Alley, in Milton Keynes, as part of our PSHCE course.  We learnt about fire safety, road safety and how to stay safe in the kitchen, as well as how to keep safe in a petrol station, at…

Henry Moore Foundation

5th July 19

We spent a lovely sunny day at the Henry Moore foundation learning about the artist and his works. One of the highlights was a chance to view an exhibition of his drawings. We were particularly keen to see his drawings made during his time as a war artist. The girls had a guided tour around…

Cranedale Trip

3rd June 19

The girls in Form V enjoyed a wonderful week at the Cranedale Centre in North Yorkshire at the end of May.  Activities included orienteering, birdwatching on the cliffs, rock pool scavenge, stream dipping and river observations, exploring the moors and games.  We learnt about rock formations and adaptations of animals and plants to habitats.  We…

The Secret Life of Form V: Chapter 2

13th May 19

written by Bea, Hannah, Maeve and Molly Last Friday, Form V travelled to Hatfield House.  We saw an original painting of Queen Elizabeth I.  In the painting she looked sixteen years old but she was actually sixty seven!  One of the hallways in Hatfield House was used as Veruca Salts’ home in the film of…

Hatfield House Trip

13th May 19

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…

The Secret Life of Form V: Chapter 1

1st May 19

Written by Lenae, Freya, Alais and Alice This week, Form V struggled through the wilderness of the maths challenge and the canyons of spelling and grammar. The exams of doom towered over us and we all wished that we had revised a bit more. In Drama, we practised our short Form V plays, but we…

Form V trip to the Science Museum

26th February 19

On February 15th, Form V went to the Science Museum in London. We had a lot of fun!

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