Headmaster’s Update

As I write, the Anniversary Games are reaching their conclusion, and Andy Murray is about to embark on his quest to retain the men’s singles title down the road at Wimbledon. Twenty-three year old middle distance runner Laura Muir, who has set five British and two European records over the last 12 months, missed out…

Save Your Shoebox!

If you are planning to buy your child new shoes over the summer holiday may we please ask you to save the shoeboxes as we will be running Operation Christmas Child again in the Autumn term when we ask pupils to fill a shoebox with small gifts for under-privileged children in this country and abroad. A…

Cricket Champions!

On a glorious Summer day, the U10 cricket team won the Warwickshire Kwik Cricket Festival at the Edgbaston Foundation Ground. The team managed to win all its games but not without one or two squeaky moments. The first 3 games were comfortable victories thanks to the destructive hitting of Yuvraj Kanda and Kairav Singh and…

Mr Neeson’s Golden Table

The following children have been nominated to have lunch at the Golden Table this week: Ben Carberry – for being kind, enthusiastic, hard-working and encouraging others. Jia Samra – for sheer perseverance and determination to do well in everything, even subjects she finds very challenging. Ishana Vinay – for showing true friendship during Sports Day. Wilf…

Headmaster’s Update

What, you may ask, did Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and Yours Truly have in common during the past few days? Well, we both found ourselves addressing groups of people far younger than ourselves, and naturally hoped that our very different audiences hung on every word. Whereas new folk-hero Jeremy (accompanied by ‘deputy-head’ John McDonnell) put…

Year 4 Maths Challenge

  On Wednesday, four Year 4 mathematicians – Kavya, Liang Yu, Zuhair and Ojal – went to King Edward’s School for a day jam-packed with maths. To begin, the children competed against teams from twelve other prep schools in the King Edward’s School Year 4 Maths Challenge. After a few warm up activities, the competition…

Lead Us Not Into Temptation

This morning 3E gave us a fantastic lesson in the three R’s …NO! not reading, “riting” or “rithmetic” but rather, Resist, Refuse and Run. They helped us to think about what Jesus meant when he taught us to pray “Lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil.” We were challenged to decide what…

Mr Neeson’s Golden Table

The following children have been nominated to have lunch at the Golden Table this week: Mayha Sonsati for quietly persevering and never giving up. Milo Dowling for being co-operative, conscientious and polite. Holly Willson for being kind and thoughtful to her friends and helpful in class. Evan Tomlinson for being one of the kindest and most…

Sailing Success

On weekend of the 10th June Will in Year 4, travelled to Cardiff Bay Yacht Club to compete in the Welsh Optimist Championship. Optimists are small single handed dinghies. Competitors were aged 8 to 15 years and came from clubs around England and Wales. He competed over two days completing eight races in some windy…

CBSO Children’s Chorus

It was grins all round for our fab foursome. Currently playing the part of the Cheshire Cat in Curiouser and Curiouser, Lizzie joined Lexie, Alex and Gabriel for a celebratory photo! All four have just been accepted into the CBSO Children’s Chorus – a great honour.

Well done!