Month: October 2019

Headmaster’s Notes: from the rugged and majestic setting of the Lake District

18th October 19

Writing this from the rugged and majestic setting of the Lake District as Year 5 pupils take to the mountains in an early morning scramble, it hardly seems possible that Half Term is already upon us.  Those long summer days of 2019 don’t seem too long ago but since then, our pupils have been throwing…

Headmaster’s Notes: Welcoming prospective parents to our Open Afternoon

11th October 19

It was a pleasure to welcome a large number of prospective parents to Prince’s Mead for our Open Afternoon today, where our visitors certainly saw the best of the School, albeit the sunshine was shining far brighter inside Worthy Park House than it was outside! Our visiting families were certainly wowed by the facilities and…

Headmaster’s Notes: Open Day, Breakfast for a Breakfast

11th October 19

It was a pleasure to welcome a large number of prospective parents to Prince’s Mead for our Open Afternoon today, where our visitors certainly saw the best of the School, albeit the sunshine was shining far brighter inside Worthy Park House than it was outside! Our visiting families were certainly wowed by the facilities and…

In The Press: New School Review from Muddy Stilettos

9th October 19

“The academics here are really very good, and definitely match up to (and even beat) some of the more known name schools in the area. Add to that the school also offers the 13+ pretesting for those who wish to have it”.  Muddy Stilettos, Oct 2019   Prince’s Mead, Winchester

Harvest Festival & Winchester Basics Bank

8th October 19

This year our Harvest collection will be for the Winchester Basics Bank. They provide emergency food and clothes to individuals and families in need and aims to make appropriate resources available to the maximum number of people at their point of greatest need. We are asking all parents to bring along a contribution to our…

Breakfast For A Breakfast

8th October 19

The Breakfast for a Breakfast was initiated by our charity relationship with The Timothy Pruss School in Ingugar, Tamil Nadu, India. Set up by a Prince’s Mead pupil a few years ago, we aim to raise money to provide extra breakast food for our sister school. On Tuesday 9th October we are inviting our years…

Headmaster’s Notes: Great things are done by a series of small things brought together

4th October 19

Having been away for part of this week donning my School Inspector’s hat, I was reminded of how fortunate we are as a school community in so many ways. The artist Vincent Van Gough said: ‘Great things are done by a series of small things brought together’ and how true this is this Harvest time….