Year: 2020

New School Review: Muddy Stilettos

14th December 20

This month we have had the pleasure of meeting with Muddy Stilettos who visited us online to discuss our new developments and successful new nursery . 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…

Our Christmas Lunch!

10th December 20

We had a scrumptious Christmas lunch today! As always, Chef Tomas and the team always spoil us and go the extra mile with special thought to the meal, the decorations (natural and eco friendly) and speed to feed us all! Thank you to Miss Williams and Year 6 who sang carols beautifully to the whole…

Headmaster’s Notes: The science of today is the technology of tomorrow

4th December 20

Science and technology continue to be a major focus for education and industry in the UK, as highlighted this week by the news that we are the first western country to approve a Covid vaccine. This coincided with news that a British artificial intelligence company has shown that it can compute the shapes that proteins…

Snow Spray Artist Creates Magic at Prince’s Mead School

3rd December 20

What a treat had in store when we arrived at school on 30th November. Our ground floor windows slowed the traffic right down at morning drop off as parents drove slowly by to see the snow-spray artwork. We hear this artist has worked on the Harvey Nichols Christmas windows too so we feel very lucky…

Headmaster’s Notes: The Season of Hope

27th November 20

The sparkle of fairy lights on our trees and the sight of shooting stars in our Dining Hall tells me that Christmas is on its way at Prince’s Mead. There is certainly an air of expectation and magic around every corner one turns inside Worthy Park House. In such an extraordinary year, we are determined…

Headmaster’s Notes: Experience is knowledge.

16th November 20

What a privilege it was to gather together as a school, albeit socially distanced, to mark Armistice Day on Wednesday, as we took time to remember those who bravely served on our behalf in conflicts over the past century, and those who experienced such trauma and sacrificed so much in order that we can enjoy…

Prince’s Mead Lectures: Rear Admiral John Lang

9th November 20

Drawing upon his 33 years in the Royal Navy, culminating as Deputy Chief of Defence Intelligence in the rank of Rear Admiral, we were privileged to welcome Rear Admiral Lang through our doors over the half-term break to offer a tailored insight to Prince’s Mead pupils of what Remembrance is, the role of our Armed…

Headmaster’s Notes: Remembering 75 years on

6th November 20

In Friday Prayers this morning we remembered and gave thanks for the extraordinary bravery, resourcefulness and tenacity demonstrated by British and Commonwealth forces who fought with great distinction in the Second World War and the freedom their service and sacrifice gave us. Celebrating 75 years since the end of the war in Europe in 1945,…