As Christmas approaches our annual Nativity took place on Friday. The boys were amazing. As always, I was very proud of Reception, Year 1 sang beautifully and Year 2 held it all together and told us the story. Here are a few photos for you.
This years sports day was was a great showcase for the sporting prowess, enthusiasm and sheer talent the pupils of the junior schools possess.
Below is a small selection of the photos from the day
The final day, and everyone seemed to be more full of beans than usual. The golfers displayed some impressive progress, and it was good to see how focused and calm the girls were whilst the boys competed to hit the most balls with the greatest power! Lee Morris yet again helped everyone to develop their swing and learn a few facts about golf.
We had a fantastic afternoon in the woods, we may have lost of a children, but that is the point of hide and seek. we did find them all again.
The afternoon finished with clay, sweets and a bouncey castle.
Many thanks to everyone who attended this week and looking forward to seeing you all again in the summer. July 13th to 17th.
Day two and the busiest day of the week, yet again a jolly crowd, who weren’t in anyway put off by the surprisingly chilly weather.
The horses at Chessington Equestrian Centre, were less impressed and spent most of their time in the indoor arena.
On site, muffins and ginger bread were being baked, they were all eaten too quickly for photos. Some amazing Easter decorations were made and a lot of football was being played.
Another action packed day, bowling in the morning, skiing in the afternoon. Cooking, sports, arts & crafts and a bouncey castle all day. What a great time we have all had.
A great start to the week, lots of smiling faces and the weather just about held off. Two groups went climbing,a younger group ascended the walls at The Xcel Centre in Walton, whilst a smaller but older group took to the challenges of White Spider. Both groups had a lot of fun and there are some incredibly talented climbers amongst the pupils, surely it’s just a matter of time before we have a climbing wall at the school!
Professor Bubbleworks joined us for our Science Week assembly. The theme was the power of air.
This morning Year 3 boys were delighted to share their hard work with their mum or dad. What a special time it was for all. Here are some snaps from this morning.
I am so proud of the boys! They wowed pupils, teachers and parents with their outstanding poetry this morning.
Well done and thank you for all your hard work boys, you are all STARS!!!