The Science Department was delighted to find out over Easter that Mrs Jan McKernan's 3D model display board of the Fluid Mosaic Model had won first prize in a national STEM classroom display competition.
St Mary’s Calne hopes to have raised over £3,000 for the Armed Forces Fund by donating approximately 50% of the tickets sold for this charity to the premiere of the film 'Another Mother’s Son' starring Jenny Seagrove, Ronan Keating and others.
On 13th March, as part of our full week of activities for British Science Week, we were delighted to welcome Professor Alice Roberts, who spoke to the girls on 'The Human Journey'. Over 700 people in the community were involved in our other events.
St Mary’s Calne pupils are delighted to have come top of the Wiltshire Schools’ A Level 2016 League Table, published online by The Telegraph on 19th January 2017, which is based on data published by the Department for Education (DfE) in
On the evening of 3rd December, the girls from School House, St Cecilia's and St Prisca's dressed up as angels and shepherds to participate in Calne's attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest live Nativity gathering!
St Mary’s Calne is delighted to announce a memorial concert celebrating the life and music of Sir David Willcocks. The event will be held at Salisbury Cathedral on November 20th 2016, and will be hosted by Petroc Trewlany of BBC Radio 3.
The lacrosse Home Internationals took place recently, hosted this year by England at the Surrey Sports Park in Guildford. St Mary's LVI girls Iona and Jemima made their debuts for their country playing for the England U19 B Team in the Junior B Tournament.
After five years of dogged determination, we are delighted to report that over 300 St Mary's Calne uniforms have now all reached their final destination - the Neighbourhood School in Engoshura, near Nakuru. The Neighbourhood School has 98 pupils; and most families earn less than $1 per day.
We were delighted to welcome International Tenor, Mark Le Brocq, to adjudicate the Finalists' Concert of the inaugural Bryn Terfel Song Prize on 20th November. Operatic star Bryn Terfel has created this unique award to recognise the vocal excellence at St Mary's Calne.
From 3rd to 5th November, St Mary's Calne celebrated the Art of girls past, present and future and were privileged to welcome Sir Antony Gormley, who awarded a special prize for best piece of work by a senior girl.
On Tuesday 6th October, the popular historian and broadcaster Dan Snow gave a lecture to girls in the Sixth Form on history's importance today using historical events from the Napoleonic Wars to the Falkland's War.