Visiting Kew Gardens

March 18, 2019

Year 3 had an excellent trip to Kew Gardens this week where they learned more about the rainforest, their topic for this term. All children took part in a workshop called, ‘Rainforests, Plants and People’ which gave them the opportunity to go into the world famous Palm House and see real rainforest plants. After this […]

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Brownies cooked in an Orange!

3CC took their cooking skills to a new level on Monday as they made chocolate brownies in oranges. First they had to spoon out all the orange then fill it with brownie mix. They then wrapped the orange in foil and cooked it on a very hot fire. They tasted really great and lots of […]

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Samuel Pepys’ Writings

This week we were all pretending to be Samuel Pepys in 1666 and wrote a diary recording the events in London from Sunday 2nd September 1666 to 6th September 1666. We had to make sure that we added plenty of detail by using adjectives. Writing with a quill proved challenging but helped fuel our imaginations. […]

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Pelicans, Kew Gardens, Old Boys and Red Noses!

Yet more girls sporting success from the magnificent Under 11 girls netball team last Friday when they were victorious in the Brighton College Pelican Cup netball competition – seeing off all challengers with relative ease. This is good practice for the forthcoming IAPS National Netball finals next Thursday – Good luck! Katie F and Jennifer […]

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World Book Day

March 8, 2019

A HUGE thank you to all children and parents for the amazing costumes on World Book Day. Nursery to Year 4 welcomed author Tony Bradman in to talk about his books and both children and staff thoroughly enjoyed his visit. In the Prep School we designed some fabulous bunting for the library, using our favourite […]

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‘Transforming young lives’

I was lucky enough to attend this incredibly insightful and forward thinking conference at Christ’s Hospital. It began with a thought provoking speech from Jim Gamble (Senior British Police Officer) on the challenge of safeguarding in the digital world. He talked about the importance of teaching young children to have strong passwords – ‘stronger is […]

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A typically busy week!

This week has been another typically busy, productive and successful five days, highlighted by a wonderful World Book Day yesterday, with creative costumes in abundance from children and staff plus a visit from author Tony Bradman. You will find lots of photos in the Photo Gallery. Don’t forget to look at the video (on social […]

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