Monthly Archives: April 2019

Joyeuses Pâques!

An Easter Hunt with a French Twist On Wednesday 3rd April at lunchtime there was a scavenger hunt run by the MFL department. This was part of a series of ‘Easter Challenge’ events put on by the Head Prefects. All KS3 classes had been taught Easter themed vocabulary during their French lessons and then at… Read more »

PE and Humanities Year 4 Workshops

40 Year 4 pupils from our local primary schools took part in our PE and Humanities workshops this week.  The pupils enjoyed a rotation of Geography, Religious Education and PE.  Working with their Test Valley pupil helpers, the children designed a postcard in Geography, learned about the symbolism of a Hindu God in R.E and… Read more »

Religious Education Trip to North Yorkshire

Over the Easter break, several pupils and staff enjoyed a weekend in North Yorkshire, visiting York Minster, touring the Wensleydale Cheese Factory and hiking to Malham Cove.  On the Sunday morning the pupils visited the Holybush Christian Fellowship.  This visit was the main focus of the trip and pupils were given the opportunity to learn… Read more »

Spring Term 2019 Newsletter

We are proud to present the Spring Term 2019 newsletter. You can download a PDF copy of the newsletter.

Comic Relief

This year pupils and staff supported Comic Relief Red Nose Day and raised an impressive £494.15 “When you donate to Comic Relief you’re supporting vulnerable people and communities in the UK and internationally. Comic Relief’s vision is to create a just world free from poverty and we’re doing this by funding amazing organisations doing amazing… Read more »

Year 10 GCSE PE Trip to Lifelab

In March, the Year 10 GCSE PE group visited the Lifelab at Southampton General Hospital. This is an educational centre that gives pupils hands on experiences of a number of scientific tests they can complete, understanding the science behind them and also gain a better understanding of how lifestyle choices can have an impact on… Read more »

A Cut Above the Rest

Ruby Bone, a Year 8 pupil, has generously donated her long hair to The Little Princess Trust. This is a charity that provides real hair wigs to children and young people who have lost their hair through cancer treatments or other conditions. She had 30cm of hair cut off to create three pony tails –… Read more »