Lila and St Catherine’s are keen to raise awareness during Deaf Awareness Week. A Roger Radio Aid and bluetooth technology mean Lila can hear her teacher clearly and manage the competing voices of her friends during group work!
House Cricket reinstated at St Catherine’s after 96 years.
The first St Catherine’s Culinary Arts course has begun. From making fresh pasta to mastering mille-feuilles the girls will learn elegant classic and contemporary cooking.
The PPI girls transformed into story characters for their Once Upon a Time themed ‘WOW!’ Day. There was a wonderful buzz of excitement as they made fairy cakes to take to Grandma’s house.
Rosina Simmons (2011) inspired U4 talking about what has driven her from founding member of the St Cat’s Eco-Committee during her School days to a career in Engineering with Atkins.
Art and science collide as this A Level Textiles pupil begins the process of felt-making, creating her own dyed wool tops, and next through using hot water, soap and agitation fusing the wool fibres to create unique headwear.
PPII girls enjoy participating in National Skipping Day. To find out more about our Prep School, do join our Virtual Open Morning, 28th April 11.30am. Contact Sally Manhire 01483 899757.
Congratulations to Olivia and Sarah, Head Girls for 2021-2022.
Anbie – Head Boarder and the Senior Boarders 2021-2022
Celebrating the life of our alumna Eileen Symonds (nee Buxton) 1914 to 2021, who left St Catherine's in 1929! She is kneeling - bottom centre. See our Association pages for Eileen's story.
Pleased to announce on Earth Day that St Cat's is part of a network of Surrey Environmental Action Schools, joining forces with local Schools to promote student-led ecological change.
Blue skies welcome the girls back to School for the Summer term.
Duke of Edinburgh's Gold Award Expedition - orientate the map and they are off!
Carly Brown (2009) inspired the girls with a fantastic End of Term Lecture about her career journey to becoming an Editor with over 10 years experience in broadcast tv and film.
Our Chaplain and our Maths and IT staff did their best to use the advantage of height and our female staff really shone, but weren’t a match for the U6 girls’ skill – they won by 1 goal!
The staff triumphed 9:5 in a highlight of the calendar - the Staff v U6 Girls Lacrosse Match.
The Prep School looks forward to supporting parents with a key question ‘Why go private at Primary?’ in a Webinar 26th March 2021 – do spread the word.
Over 1,500 pupils from across the country take part in the ESU-Churchill Public Speaking Competition. St Catherine’s girls are proud to have won a Regional Semi-Final and will compete in the National Grand Final in April.
Prep girls unleash the power of funny to turn laughs into lasting change.
Boarders flying high on Saturday. After they designed and decorated a kite they then had a windy lesson in the physics of flight!
Form I culminates their humanities topic with Greek Day.