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Form I Weekly News 11th October

15th October 21

On Monday, we were busy straight away, changing for PE later on in the day and practising forming our numbers correctly! Our teachers are starting to see the benefits of this already. In English, we discussed Fairy Tales and Traditional Tales. We managed to think of so many things that Fairy Tales include, for example…

Art News

15th October 21

On Thursday, the 7th of October the ISA (the Independent Schools Association ) held their annual regional art competition. I was delighted to be able to enter some of our children’s work. I am also thrilled to say that we were awarded two first places  and two seconds. We got a first for a beautiful…

Reception News 15-10-21

15th October 21

It’s Harvest time! If you have been lucky enough to pass by Reception this week, then you will no doubt have heard us Practising our songs for the Harvest Festival. We have practised using our loud but not shouty singing voices and putting actions to songs. Our favourite one is called the Seed Song and…

Nursery Weekly news 11th October 2021

15th October 21

We began the last week of our first half-term with a very industrious Buy Fingers. We played board games with Mrs Holdstock taking turns nicely and identifying colours and shapes and also counting the coloured counters . Lots of us are really showing an interest in mark-making. We drew pictures of our families and animals…

Poetry Recital Competition

15th October 21

The 2021 Poetry Recital Competition revealed award-winning performers in our midst and a wealth of poetry. The KS2 finalists rose to the occasion and gave emotional, humourous and thought-provoking recitals to an audience of over fifty children. Congratulations to the overall winner in Form IV whose moving poem and well-rehearsed performance greatly impressed the judges.

October Half Term Mini Reading Challenge

14th October 21

Forms V and VI are ready to complete all these mini reading challenges over the half term break. Every completed form guarantees entry into the prize draw. We are really looking forward to seeing any photos of the completed tasks. Happy reading!

200 Books to Read Before You Leave St. Hilda’s

13th October 21

The new English display has prompted Forms V and VI to take up the challenge to read as many of the 200 featured books before they leave St. Hilda’s. How many have you already read? Are there any titles which you think should also be included? If so, please bring your book in to show…

Superhero Day!

13th October 21

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No… it’s the girls in Form II having an amazing Superhero Day!  The girls worse some fabulous costumes.  I wonder if you can guess what their superpowers are? Their first task was to make a cape for their superhero sidekick. During the day, the girls had problems…

Chess Club

11th October 21

Chess Club is always popular with the girls in Forms IV, V and VI. Those who already have some knowledge are enthusiastically teaching any newcomers to the game.

Form I Weekly News October 4th

8th October 21

On Monday, we enjoyed writing our weekend news in our Activity Books. Mrs Bishop was so impressed with our efforts we each received a House Point. We all had fun weekends as we had lots of news to share, including trips to the Zoo to see baby Red Pandas, visits to the Natural History Museum,…

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