Celebrations were in full swing on Friday to mark the coronation of King Charles III. All the girls came to school in non-uniform red, white and blue, some wearing crowns,…
Posted: 15th December 2023
So we come to the end of another year, with the girls (and staff) all off on their Christmas holidays ready for a season of goodwill. The last few weeks of school have seen a whirlwind of activity, which started with our Pre-Prep nativity play. The girls put on amazing performances for the whole school and their parents. The Prep girls performed their carol service at Christ Church Little Heath with a mixture of singing and musical performances.
Our year 5 class had visits to Cuffley Care Home and Cooperscroft to sing Christmas carols, with many residents now looking forward to our termly visits. Everyone sang carols and enjoyed listening to the girls sing.
Towards the end of term, the girls had their end of year Christmas party, with games and music starting off their party season. The Pre-Prep girls had a visit from Father Christmas, and they couldn’t believe he was there to see them! Finally, to end the term, the whole school sat down together for the school Christmas lunch, with the obligatory Christmas jumper, took place on the 12th December, with everyone enjoying a full Christmas dinner and dessert cooked by our catering team. It was a feast for everyone! The day ended with a full school quiz, which the girls really enjoyed.
From everyone at Stormont School, we wish you all a very merry Christmas, and a happy and prosperous new year! See you all in January.
Posted: 4th December 2023
Saturday 2nd December saw Stormont School host our annual Yuletide fair, and what a great day it was! The atmosphere was buzzing with Christmas excitement and activity over the main areas of the school. With our external stallholders, our class stalls and our new elf emporium everyone had a great day doing some Christmas shopping and activities. Our sports hall had 2 bouncy castles for the children to bounce away their Christmas excitement, and they could then move on to visit to the teacher’s stall to show off some of their throwing and shoot the hoop skills.
Our elf emporium, hosted by Buddy the Elf himself, allowed the girls to make their bag of reindeer food ready for Christmas Eve. They also could decorate a gingerbread man, decorate baubles and crowns, and make their own crackers, and have an elfie selfie with Buddy! Finally, with a trip to the nail salon the girls had a fun day, going home happy and in the Christmas spirit.
All of us at Stormont wish to thank our SPA Chairs, our SPA parent reps, parents and teachers who all either worked hard to organise the event or gave up their time on the day to help run the stalls. We are very grateful to have such a supportive community to bring these extra events to enrich our school life.