Working from life, the girls used water colours to create these lovely Christmas wreaths. We used just the paints – no pencil drawing at all. I thought they all did a wonderful job.
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, …
Our resident trampoline superstar took part in the East Regional Schools trampolining competition last Sunday. She bounced very well and came 3rd. The top three competitors qualify to the next round, the ‘zonals’. She will be representing St Hilda’s within the Central Zone (3 zones in GB) on 20th January 2019. What a fabulous achievement.
The whole School community gathered outside to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice. After the last post, performed by two of our brass players, a minutes silence was observed.
We were pleased to receive this report by one of our Governors, Gillian Thornton on her recent visit to St Hilda’s. Gillian was also a parent and a pupil at the School in former years. Gillian is a member of the British Guild of Travel Writers and Travelwriters UK. Click here to read Gillian’s report
Form V had an afternoon of adventure making shelters as part of their new outdoor curriculum. The girls will be having plenty of fun over the next few weeks including fire lighting and cooking outside, linking their studies with Tudor life.
We were pleased to welcome one of our parents who gave a fascinating presentation on aviation and spoke to the girls of his experiences as a flight engineer and military career. The Senior Strings delighted us with their performance of Espana in assembly this morning. Our thanks to Mr Smith who added some castanet percussion …
A huge thank you to all our staff who braved the rain to take part in the Herts 10k this weekend.
In STEM club, we have been learning about bridges. Using K’NEX, we have engineered two different types of bridges so far this term: beam bridges and cable-stayed bridges (above). During our STEM club sessions on Thursday afternoons, we learn about STEM through doing. We have discovered that the strongest shape, especially when building, is a …
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.