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…

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 Raess Rahman Zayan Hussain Sam Mantle Karam Dosanjh Ashal Ahmed Tom Cowley Maya Laroiya   PREP Freya Mangotra Yuvraj Kanda Hector Crow-Marcetic Lydia Chen Glory Benjamin-Raj Kumayl Vanat Harry Forty   MR NEESON  …

Sports Reports

CRICKET U10A House Match Date: Monday 4th June Result: St George’s 269 St Philip’s 263 Most Valued Player: Dhruv Susarla Report: This was a thrilling House Match, and it was great to see both players and spectators on the edge of their seats in the final overs. St George’s posted a strong total of 269…

Headmaster’s Update

This week, my theme has to be the importance of music in our lives. Quite apart from the wonderful things that have been going on at Blue Coat, the strains of beautiful melodies and the joy of harmony has been a feature of the past seven days. I was unable to watch the Royal Wedding live,…

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 Freya White Jack Blacklaws Noah Barnes Susannah Nicholas Thomas Moody Vignesh Babu Emily Newman Aarav Gautam Thanos Nikolousis   PREP Freya Mangotra Yuvraj Kanda Hector Crow-Marcetic Lydia Chen Glory Benjamin-Raj Kumayl Vanat Harry Forty…

Sports Reports

CRICKET U9A Cricket vs West House Date: Tuesday 22nd May Result: Blue Coat 247 West House 259 Report: In a closely fought contest West House emerged victorious thanks to some excellent straight bowling and good running between the wickets. Both teams showed they understood the basics well in the field and running well between the…

Headmaster’s Update

When it comes to gauging humour, I suppose there is just no accounting for taste. The best jokes, I have always believed, are the ones where I grab the punchline just a millisecond before it is delivered. And then there are the very silly ones, which rely on a simple pun; the answer to the…

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 Edith Pemble James Lawson-Bennett Emily de Bono Ishaan Chatha Serena Wadhwa Lucy Carberry Ellie Nikolousi Anoushka Puri Thomas McGing PREP Simeon Hughes  John Meering  Ishani Shah  Sofia Phillips  Amelia Smith  Claire Happ  Harris Rahman …

Sports Reports

ROUNDERS U9A Rounders v Hallfied Date: Tuesday 15th May Result: BCS 11- 9.5 Hallfield Most Valued Player: Emily Report: For our first match this was a great show of individual batting and good team work when fielding. Both Emily and Indira have to be applauded for knocking quite literally the leather off the ball as…