On Friday 14 December, artwork created by Prep and Senior pupils at The Marist School was unveiled at Ascot railway station. The artwork features in a new permanent exhibition, launched by The Arts Society Ascot, called ‘Art @ The Station’.
This was a truly wonderful evening for the children parents and teachers of Churcher’s College Junior School. The Carol Service which was held in the glorious candle lit St Peters Church in Petersfield
Junior 5 pupil Isabella Ward, and former Little Crackers pupil, Bode Owen, were both recently recognised in the Independent Schools’ Association’s prestigious National Art Competition.
The Godolphin Carol Service in Salisbury Cathedral was a wonderful end to a very busy term.
An ambitious production, humorously delivered by a broad age-range of talent. This was a delightful piece of festive entertainment, where cast and audience fully engaged with the traditional take.
The highlight of the Christmas Concert was the finale item, which was the world premiere of a choral piece by internationally acclaimed composer Ēriks Ešenvalds. The piece was commissioned to celebrate the School's 120th anniversary.
From the moment Amadi Gray bounded effervescently upon the stage to bid "Wilkommen, bienvenue, welcome", it was clear that the audience was in for a treat of a Cabaret production by senior pupils at the Royal Hospital School.
Around 1,500 people witnessed talented King’s Ely students perform a stunning version of 1970 rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar.
“It is such a little sentence – “Let’s do Les Mis”. A few hundred hours of rehearsals later and here we are.” Director Claire Camble-Hutchins echoed the thoughts of everyone involved, but all the hard work was certainly worth it.
Imagine a world where a young woman works just as hard (and quite possibly harder) as her male contemporaries, does ground-breaking research, achieves excellent results – but then is denied any reward for her efforts.