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Written on June 17, 2013 at 10:28 am, by

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Sensational Sandwiches!

Written on March 26, 2013 at 11:40 am, by

Year 3 made some healthy and delicious sandwiches as part of their ‘Healthy Eating’ topic last week. Yummy!                

Learning is fun – Times Tables Cake!

Written on February 18, 2013 at 1:29 pm, by

Our boys and girls in Year 2 have been working on their two times table. Mrs Wilson devised the perfect way to help our pupils learn it – making cakes! The class had to weigh out the ingredients, multiply everything by two, divide the mixture into two tins and bake the cakes for 2 x 10 minutes! It  Continue Reading »

Preparatory Post Issue 3 – Out Now!

Written on February 18, 2013 at 1:20 pm, by

Read all about it! The third edition of the Preparatory Post is available now. Packed full of news and stories from the Preparatory School, our hard working Year 6 pupils in the Newspaper Club and Mrs Hall have produced another wonderful issue. If you haven’t already received your copy, please ask at the school office.    

For the Love of Byron

Written on February 18, 2013 at 12:12 pm, by

Year 10 pupils have been studying some love poetry as part of their GCSE literature course. After reading “When We Two Parted” by Byron we thought of some responses we might like to make from the woman’s point of view. Ellen Lee (10R) wrote a poem and Sheky, Libby and Safia wrote celebrity gossip columns covering  Continue Reading »

Snowed in Prep School pupil puts pen to paper

Written on January 24, 2013 at 2:25 pm, by

The recent snowfall has meant some inevitable disruptions, and a few of our pupils have had difficulty travelling to school. For Rosie Ling in 2W, this didn’t mean a day in front of the television at home however! She set herself a task to write a poem inspired by the weather. Snow Day Crickle, crackle under my feet  Continue Reading »

A Winter Wonderland Poem

Written on January 24, 2013 at 2:15 pm, by

Mrs Wilson’s Year Two class has written a poem inspired by the recent snow and a walk through our woods. A Winter Wonderland Snowing White, no sounds, but Squeak, squeak.   Glistening trees Sparkling, Sunshine magic Shining through.   Secret pathways Remind us of Narnia, Trees laden So pretty with snow.   Children laughing Playing, shouting Sledges  Continue Reading »