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  • Principals' End of Term Message

    Published 13/07/18

    From the Office

    Our pupil post should have hopefully delivered your end of term mailing.  Along with your child's report (where appropriate) we have enclosed some very important information, please can we draw your attention to the following:

    • Revised Terms and Conditions (exc. Nursery) >>>
      Summary of changes >>>

    • Privacy Notices >>>

    • Fee Invoice - sent via email on 14 July

    • Changes to Extended Day (for Juniors/Nursery) >>>

    • How to inform us of changes to your contact details and consents (see letter)

    With so much going on during the final week of term, the final word comes from the Principals along with a few news articles and galleries we have yet to share with you.

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  • Junior Girls Prize Giving

    Published 12/07/18

    Reported by Leanne Barlow, Head of Junior Girls:

    Today we had our annual Prize Giving and despite the heat, the Junior Girls made all of us proud. Starting the afternoon was a performance like no other. Our Reception to Year 6 girls performed 'This is me' from the Greatest Showman. Not only did they perform it - they smashed it! It was emotional and quite simply exceptional. And if that wasn't enough, a group of girls (from Reception to Year 6) signed the entire song with passion and expression!

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  • Senior Girls Musicathon Raises Over £1000 For Brass For Africa

    Published 12/07/18

    On Friday 6 July at 8am, Senior Girls began 12 hours of music making, raising funds for the charity Brass for Africa. Through music education, teacher training, and instilling life skills, Brass for Africa transforms the lives of disadvantaged youth in Africa.

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  • Army Team Building

    Published 12/07/18

    Incoming Year 12 students had an exciting visit by the Army Careers team, who came to deliver a series of challenging team building activities at School.

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  • Nursery Fun Morning

    Published 12/07/18

    Swimwear was the order of the day when 75 Nursery children enjoyed their ‘Fun Morning’, with the garden and playground areas full of exciting activities.

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  • Pirates Concert

    Published 12/07/18

    Sailors and Pirates in abundance were spotted at Junior Boys this week as the boys performed in their pre prep concert.

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  • Senior Boys Sports Day

    Published 12/07/18

    Year 7 to 11 boys took to the athletics track and field facilities at Wycombe District Athletics Complex on Friday to compete at the annual Sports Day.

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  • Outstanding LAMDA Results

    Published 11/07/18

    An astounding 38 distinctions and 8 high merits were awarded to the 46 Junior boys who sat their Trinity Speech and Drama Examinations.

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  • Talent Show

    Published 10/07/18

    An array of incredible talent was displayed during the Senior Girls Talent Show.

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  • Henley Royal Regatta

    Published 10/07/18

    Well done to our coxless four crew, Joe, Alexander, Leo and Jake, who competed in the Fawley Challenge Cup at Henley Royal Regatta this year. In their first race at Henley, they beat The Tideway Scullers’ School ‘B’ crew by three lengths. Unfortunately, they lost out to Henley Rowing Club ‘A’ team in their second race.

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  • Summer Term Chess Tournament

    Published 10/07/18

    Considering the Lent Term Chess Tournament had nearly been cancelled due to snow, the weather certainly possessed more than a hint of irony when Junior Boys gathered to play in the Summer Term Chess Tournament on Monday.

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  • Fifth In The EPSCA National Final!

    Published 09/07/18

    Our Under 9 chess team spent Tuesday and Wednesday of this week up in Birmingham playing in the English Primary Schools Chess Association (EPSCA) final. They came up against the creme de la creme of UK chess and proved they could go toe-to-toe with them. There were some very tough matches, but the boys were able to be beat Hall School and Hab's, as well as pushing Westminster Under (the eventual winners) closer than any other opponent, finishing in fifth place in the country!

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