Activities

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Sailing trip in aid of Ocean Youth Trust

On Saturday 30th October Mr Lochhead, Head of Geography at Parkside School, took twelve Year 8 pupils to Southampton to go sailing with the sail training organisation Ocean Youth Trust on their newly acquired boat Prolific.

Airport Arrival

Kilgraston's cultural trip to India

On Monday 10th October, we waved goodbye to eight Kilgraston girls, Mrs Lund and Chaplain as they embarked on a once in a lifetime journey to the Unison World School (UWS) in India. UWS is an all-girls residential school in Dehradun, set in the foothills of the Himalayas and is ranked as number three school in India.

Roman Day 1

Princethorpe College Invaded By Roman Centurions

Visiting Roman Centurions invaded Princethorpe College on Tuesday 10 October armed with swords and scutums (shields) ready to do battle. It was Year 7 Roman Day, a day when every pupil in the year enjoys lessons full of tales of blood and gore, as they learn about the Roman invasion and settlement of Britain.

Upper Sixth Interview Scheme 2017 (14)

An opportunity for the future

Over 35 professionals from the parent, alumni and friends of Exeter School body conducted almost 200 work style interviews in 1 day. Each Upper Sixth pupil participated in two professional interviews which will stand them in good stead for university

Oakham's Business Language Champions

European Language Challenge Winners

Two linguists in Form 4 at Oakham School have won prizes at the ‘European Challenge’, an event organised by Business Language Champions and supported by experts from various multinational businesses.

LeanderSautter

Redaxation at Caldicott

Over the summer, to encourage reading for pleasure, Caldicott boys took part in a library competition to find the most relaxing place to read a book.

Rhiannon, Zara and Caroline

Clouds of Colour at Cobham Hall

The late September sun was appreciated at Cobham Hall, when the girls staged the School’s first ever Colour Run. The bright blue skies were a welcome relief and the perfect backdrop to what many Year 7s described as ‘the best school event ever!"