Headmaster’s Update

MR NEESON’S PRIZEGIVING ADDRESS We all received childhood messages growing up. Some of them will have been positive. Doubtless some were negative. But whatever they were, as sure as eggs are eggs, those childhood messages will never go away. Mums and Dads first. What was your main message, I wonder? Was it the conservationist: “Waste…

Pre-Prep Lunchtime Awards

There was no Golden Table this week as it was the last week of term, but congratulations to the following Pre-Prep children who have been given Lunchtime Awards – Jago Wells Katherine Kendall Enaya Aftab Raees Rahman Aria Patel Sam Mantle George Griffiths-Stamboulis Lexi Higgs Navya De Karam Dosanjh Anushka Aulak Amadora Ramos-Liu Ihra Karkhanis…

Mr Neeson’s Golden Table

Congratulations to the following Pre-Prep and Prep children who have been nominated to have lunch at the Golden Table this week: PRE-PREP Vidur Doger Pricilla Stojek Aaria Ratti Hasan Riaz Sammy Sapey Miles Elledge Isla Adams Silas Saha PREP Alayna Malik Prisyn Pagliuca Theresa Zygmunt Anna Laure Kavanagh Alex Bryans Kirav Singh Jeevan Johal Josh Dhilon…

Mr Neeson’s Golden Table

Congratulations to the following Pre-Prep and Prep children who have been nominated to have lunch at the Golden Table this week: PRE-PREP Samuel Du Roman Wadhwa Valentina Shi Arvind Singh Isabella Gough Summer Wedgbury Ollie Cowley Anika Moholkar PREP Will Cowley Daniel Hewitson Jai Lewis Luca Romano Haaris Qaiyum Caitlin Liew Oliver Tucker Anya De  …

Sports Reports

CRICKET U11A Cricket v WGJS Date: Wednesday 20th June Result: WGJS 97-5, Blue Coat 60-10 Most Valued Player: Daleep Rai bowled a superb maiden over for the A team Report: The U11A season has drawn to a close with a disappointing loss. Bowling first we conceded 30 plus runs more than we should have with…

Headmaster’s Update

Winning is not everything. The desire to come out on top should surely never be so great that deliberate manipulation of the rules gives one competitor an unfair advantage over another. There is a measure of cynicism in top flight soccer – and, as Phil Mickelson’s US Open antics showed, in top flight golf, too.…

Mr Neeson’s Golden Table

Congratulations to the following Pre-Prep and Prep children who have been nominated to have lunch at the Golden Table this week: PRE-PREP Gursimran Nandra Benjamin White Shivesh Nischal Alice Moody Aryan Hashimi Amelia Li Luca Ottengo Hugo Wurr Kitty Burgess PREP Joel Drake Alexandra Souter Harleena Grewal Glory Benjamin Raj Freya Mangotra Sophie Reason Will Cowley…

Sports Reports

CRICKET U10A v King’s Hawford Date: Monday 18th June Result: King’s Hawford 133 BCS 40 Most Valued Player: Oliver Smith (Bowling Performance)/Ashley Jindu (Fielding Performance) Report: There is no doubt that the U10A side are improving as a fielding and bowling unit, and Mr Newman was pleased with the intensity and concentration they showed in…

Headmaster’s Update

Where do those political correspondents say that ‘The Devil’ is to be found? Why, in ‘The Detail’, of course. How often have we heard that tired idiom trotted out recently, especially when Brexit is under discussion. And – of course – when The Mighty Trump goes monosyllabic and hyperbolic to claim a mighty political tour…

Mr Neeson’s Golden Table

NAMES COMING SOON… Congratulations to the following Pre-Prep and Prep children who have been nominated to have lunch at the Golden Table this week: PRE-PREP Etienne Laroiya Caterina Gore Esme Shiu Dezhen Chen Sophia Cass-Romera Henry Keene Ruby Laroiya Martin Yeomans Reha Najran   PREP     MR NEESON              

Sports Reports

CRICKET U8 Cricket Festival at King’s Hawford Date: Thursday 7th June Result: Won 3 Lost 1 Report: Year 3 took two mixed cricket sides to King’s Hawford on Thursday and played in a mini 6 a-side festival vs King’s Hawford. The games were played in great spirit and the players learnt a lot about how…

Headmaster’s Update

It’s Panini time again. No, I am not referring to the flat, grilled, Italian bread roll with the yummy filling; no, I mean that ages-old sticker album craze which comes upon us all every four years. With the World Cup just around the corner, we can expect to see pupils huddled over in corners of…