Men in Black, Obi Wan Kanobi, Princess Jasmine and more visit St Catherine's! Friday fun for our Critical Worker children dressed as their favourite film or book character.
We are proud to have produced two free guides with the English Chess Federation: Chess for Beginners and Chess for Improvers, written by our resident chess coach Andrew Martin IM. Search the website for 'Chess' to download.
Learning from home even at the age of 2. Taking part in Baby Cats. All welcome – go to our Prep School tab and click on Baby Cats.
Gong Hey Fat Choy, Gong Xi Fa Cai. We’d like to wish members of our community happiness, wealth, longevity and good fortune this Chinese New Year.
We’d like to encourage all our current girls who love studying science to aim high and recognise alumna, Prof Beverley McKeon (1992) now Theodore von Karman Professor of Aeronautics at the CalTech.
L5 have been creating some amazing vegetable tarts as part of their Food & Nutrition lessons.
Congratulations to all our 71 girls who successfully completed music exams in the Autumn Term with 25 receiving Distinction and 24 Merit. 10 girls achieved their Grade 8, with three of our U6 reaching diploma level.
Learning from home, the Pre-Prep girls are enjoying live story time with our Librarian, Mrs Sadler and Head of Pre-Prep, Miss Jefford. This week the girls are reading: 'The Smeds and the Smoos' by Julia Donaldson.
U4 Lecture - Entrepreneur Liz Earl informed and entertained U4 by talking about her business The Shetland Pony Club.
Congratulations to the Class of 2021.
Learning from home: The Pre-Prep girls have been enjoying their creative activities.
We hosted a Baby Cats event for pre-school children last week and here is a young ‘Swan’ fully absorbed in Swan Lake. Up next: 10th February BabyCats sing in French.
The girls were put to the test tossing and stretching their dough whilst making pizzas at the weekend.
Lower 4s attend the Teen Tech event virtually learning all about STEM and focusing on the topic of Climate Change.
U4 Lecture: Millie from Sunninghill Construction, Assistant Site Manager for The 6, encouraged the girls to challenge stereotypes and consider career opportunities in the construction industry.
Week 1 of our Lockdown Photography Challenge on Sunsets – congratulations girls!
Girls are keeping active either at home via Zoom or in School for the children of Critical Workers. Exercise is keeping everyone’s spirits up!
Our key worker children enjoying playing outside in the Prep School garden with their 'bubble'.
Whatever the direction of GCSE this summer, all work is worthwhile, and Hannah’s Textiles coursework, modelled by friend, Ellie, is simply stunning!
We are looking forward to the start of the new term and hoping for a brighter 2021.
After a weekend of Christmas activities including present wrapping ideas, a decoration challenge and competitive Monopoly, all the boarders were in high spirits!