Monthly Archives: January 2015

Stratford-upon-Avon 2015

Posted: 6th January 2015

Form Four enjoyed an action–packed few days in Stratford-upon-Avon when they discovered more about William Shakespeare and how his family used to live. After taking part in a Midsummer’s Night Dream Workshop they performed a version of the play using...

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French Theatre

Posted: 5th January 2015

The girls in the Upper School enjoyed a performance of “The World’s Gone French” from the Onatti theatre company. The girls followed the story easily, recognising lots of French from lessons and figuring out new words and phrases from the...

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World Book Day 2015

Posted: 4th January 2015

On World Book Day every girl came to school dressed as a favourite character from a book. We had a parade during assembly and two prizes were awarded to each form for the most creative costumes.    

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Hatfield House 2015

Posted: 3rd January 2015

Four 4 enjoyed an audience with Henry V111 at Hatfield House. They also met Catherine Parr and presented a painting to King Henry during their meeting with him. They sang a Tudor Song to entertain the king and also learnt...

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French Breakfast 2015

Posted: 2nd January 2015

Stormont’s very own pop-up café was in action again on the morning of February 3rd. Our annual Petit Déjeuner Français proved as popular as ever, with over 300 parents and children enjoying a French style breakfast, in spite of the...

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Christingle 2014

Posted: 1st January 2015

Before Christmas Mrs Blake, from the Children’s Society, came in to tell the Form Five girls about the work of the Children’s Society. Over the course of two weeks the girls have been making Christingles and raising money for the...

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Form 5 Rivers Trip 2014

Posted: 1st January 2015

Form Five enjoyed a wonderful field trip to the River Thames. They learnt how the River Thames has changed over the past few hundred years and studied the course of the river from source to sea. During the afternoon in...

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