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

Distinguished Flautist

Congratulations to Sixth Form pupil Rebecca Stone who this week found out that she had been awarded a Distinction in her Flute Diploma. “I am so happy,” said Rebecca. “I would shout it from the roof tops… if my neighbours weren’t startled easily!”


After months of stock picking, twelve Sixth Form pupils have been told they have earned places in the semi final of the Student Investor Challenge. Of the 23,540 students worldwide in 5,885 teams from 856 schools who traded in the first round, three PGS teams have made it to the semi-final! The Student Investor Challenge, run … Continued

Considering Sixth Form

The Sixth Form Centre buzzed with activity on when we welcomed a huge number of Year 11 pupils, parents and prospective pupils to the Sixth Form Subject Forum. It was a busy evening for staff and current Sixth Form pupils as they answered a range of questions about subjects, A Levels and IB choices. It … Continued

Visiting Big School

‘It doesn’t matter what age you are at PGS to fall under the spell of a warm library and a good book!’ Year 1 and Year 12 pupils came together on Wednesday to enjoy stories in the Senior School Library.  Year 12 pupils shared their love of reading by taking time out of their busy … Continued

Inside View

It wasn’t a completely ‘feet-up’ summer for one pupil this year, when for two weeks in August  Alexander Harding (Year 13 ) worked with Ben Ainslie Racing in Whiteley.   “I had spoken in favour of the BAR planning proposals at the Cathedral earlier this year,” said Alexander.  “I was then asked by local residents to … Continued