Sherlock Joins the Team

The first day of term is always exciting for so many reasons, not least the arrival of lots of new faces. In the Junior School we welcomed 69 new pupils and 8 new members of staff to our community but there was one new face who caused quite a stir; our very own Sherlock!! Sherlock … Continued

Music Week

  The Junior School was alive with the sound of music last week as we celebrated this most valued aspect of our provision. Music is part of our daily diet and all of our pupils are involved in making, performing and appreciating music. To celebrate this we had a packed programme of concerts, recitals, performances … Continued

Trip to Westminster

    A group of keen and interested Junior School children visited Westminster recently as guests of local MP, Flick Drummond. This was a specially arranged trip for the Debating Club members and it turned out to be a truly memorable day. Not only did they enjoy a thoroughly fascinating tour of the Lords and … Continued

Our Harvest Festival Assembly

Our Harvest Festival assembly, held at Portsmouth Cathedral, is always a very special event and this year was no exception. In fact, we had so many parents and family members joining us we had to find extra chairs! We are all fortunate, of course, to reap the rewards of a global harvest and the children … Continued

Making a Difference

Our newly elected Pupil Council met for the first time earlier this week and following the obligatory publicity shot it was down to Council business as Mr Hopkinson and Mr Ashcroft outlined the Councillors’ roles and responsibilities. There is a Councillor for each of the Junior Forms and their job is to collate ideas from … Continued

Welcome To Our House

Last Friday, all of the Junior pupils made their way down to Governors Green for the very first House picnic of the year.  The green was soon busy with activity, as the Year Threes and new starters were welcomed and introduced to their Housemates. After tucking into their picnics, House bonding began with gusto.  House … Continued