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Headmaster’s Notes: beautiful singing at Winchester Cathedral

6th December 19

It was a great pleasure to welcome so many of you to our Christmas Carol Service at Winchester Cathedral yesterday afternoon for our annual gathering in the heart of the community. We are committed as a school to making a difference to the lives of our pupils but also to the lives of the community…

The Duke Awards

5th December 19

Children from Years 1 – 6 are now in possession of their Duke Award books. Further to my assembly earlier in the year, the Duke Awards are a scheme of 10 components designed to foster resilience and independence in children. This programme is voluntary and runs independently to the school curriculum, although the skills developed…

Headmaster’s Notes: Lifting the lid on Christmas

29th November 19

This week we have seen the Sports Hall in full use, with choir and nativity rehearsals in between those sports sessions of course. With some of the weather we have experienced this week we are so grateful for this fantastic space and for the talent to fill it! Amongst the hustle and bustle, it is…

Green Power Car

28th November 19

Greenpower Education Trust is a UK based charity which gets young people enthusiastic about science and engineering by challenging groups of children to design, build and race an electric car.  At Prince’s Mead we started a Greenpower club which has been running every Monday after school. Currently there are 6 members consisting of Theo, Oliver,…

Headmaster’s Notes: A hive of activity as rehearsals and practices are taking place

22nd November 19

Our Music Department is a hive of activity at this moment in time, as rehearsals and practices take place in preparation for one of the most exciting periods in the school year. Choristers, musicians, dancers and actors, supported so inspirationally by their incredibly talented teachers, are working tirelessly to ensure that that the forthcoming performances,…

Year 5 Visit to the Mary Rose Museum, Portsmouth

21st November 19

On Tuesday 19th November Year 5 enjoyed a fantastic day at the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth.  We took part in a hands-on classroom session, where we got to meet the ship’s crew through replica artefacts and costumes and we were all captivated by the salvaged shipwreck itself, the thousands of genuine artefacts found on…

Year 5 Helvellyn Climb, Lake District

20th November 19

Helvellyn Climb Here are a few photos from our October adventure in the Lake District with Year 5 children and Mr. Thacker, Mr Greenaway, Mrs Windrum, Miss Williams, Mr Thomas, Mrs Jones and Mr Stuckey. We travelled up to the Lake District on Thursday 17th October, camped overnight near Thirlmere, before climbing the 950m mountain…

Headmaster’s Notes: A real privilege to come together as a community

15th November 19

It was great to see so many of you at the Bonfire and Fireworks evening last weekend and a real privilege to come together as a community. Thank you to all those who worked so hard together, ensuring that the event ran so smoothly, especially to the PMA and our Estates team. Returning this week,…

Fireworks Night

10th November 19

The parents association (PMA) once again outdid themselves and hosted our Fireworks and Bonfire night here in the grounds of Worthy Park House. What a wonderful night it was. It was a delight to see all our families together for this special evening. Thank you for all the help around the grounds, from the parking…

Headmaster’s Notes: They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old;

8th November 19

They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old; age shall not weary them nor the years condemn. At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them. It was a great privilege to welcome Mr Pete Maidment, Chaplain of Lord Wandsworth College, to Friday Prayers this…