Thanks a Million!

This week, Portsmouth Point blog received its one millionth page view. Very many thanks to all of our loyal readers and to our dedicated team of editors and contributors. The blog launched in February 2012, with articles on the significance of the Greek philosopher Thales, the appeal of dubstep and the legacy of the 1908 … Continued

Creativity Flows

The Senior Art Department has been cauldron of creativity with pupils using a wide range of materials, refining techniques and challenging themselves to master new skills. Amongst the work undertaken this term, Year 9 Art pupils have been promoting their traditional printmaking skills through a project that considered the influence of Der Blaue Reiter, a … Continued

An Autumn of Sport Reviewed

Energy levels have been off the scale in the Junior School. Reception and Year 1 pupils have been developing their responses to instructions and learning about key terminology relating to their bodies and movement. Year 2 have been exploring various chasing games which form the foundations of invasion games, as well as thinking about their … Continued

The Joy of Music

Mr Hemmings, Director of Music, reports on the Autumn Term The sheer delight and enjoyment evident in both pupils’ and staff members’ faces at the beginning of this term when we were finally able to make music together again was a joy to witness. The pleasure of doing what musicians do together again was slightly … Continued

A Wonderful Christmas Time

After everything 2020 has thrown at our pupils, it was wonderful during the last few weeks of term to be able to enjoy some Christmas cheer. The very youngest pupils in the school were still able to perform their annual Christmas play, this time filmed within the Pre-School and sent to their parents. Their nervous … Continued

A Busy Autumn Term

Each term we publish an e-magazine that covers the highlights and achievements of that term. The Autumn Term edition is out now and can be viewed by clicking here.