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Head Girls Larissa and Alice, together with Head Boarder, Oge, all known as the Quaran-Queens, have been delighting students with their weekly podcast focusing on worldwide good news stories and community updates.
 Amy Hare, Textiles teacher, has been making scrubs for East Surrey Hospital as part of a local project to support the front line NHS staff.
Annabelle (L5) completed a 5k sponsored run for ‘Courir Pour Elles’ Charity in her native France at home in Bramley and has currently raised £925
Many congratulations to Georgia (L6) who raised £1400 for the NHS after running a bake sale with her family to celebrate VE day whilst maintaining social distancing rules.
Prep. School pupils provide an array of beautiful rainbows to pay tribute to our alumnae nurses and all NHS nurses in National Nursing Week, and the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale
The St Catherine's Community pays tribute to the Second World War generation who fought tyranny so that we could enjoy freedom. We thank you all.
 Sunday 3rd May is National Textile Day. Hannah and Holly here model their A Level coursework at the Annual Charities’ Board Fashion Show in early March, helping raise £5,000 for good causes.  Hats off to creative young textiles talent.
Inspired by beautiful shots of flowers in bloom in the Prep School taken by Laura Hirons our school photographer, Miss Bartholomew has invited Prep girls to send in their own nature photos to share in future Prep assemblies.
Head Gardener, Emma, working to keep the grounds looking lovely for our return.
Welcome to the Summer Term 2020 at St Catherine's.  We may be temporarily apart but we are reunited remotely today for the girls to continue their education.  Let us go on!
Alastair White, Head of DT, manufactures masks for the NHS over Easter Weekend to support the war against Covid 19.
Newest member of the Keller Boarding House. Wolsey (belonging to History Teacher BHM Mrs C!) is really looking forward to meeting the St Cats community in person when we return.
Our Key Worker children have been enjoying arts and craft and having fun playing in the sunshine.
Miss Bartholomew and the Key Worker School children admire their rainbow, created today to honour the NHS.
We mourn the loss of Dr Jennifer Bate OBE, patron of our Organ Scholarship and Academy for 16 years, who sadly lost her battle with cancer. She gave so much encouragement to young women organists and her legacy lives on in them.
   Congratulations to Flora, Georgia & Perla who were in the Yvonne Arnaud’s production of Arabian Nights
Head Girls, Larissa and Alice, led the Upper 6 year through an unexpectedly early ‘final day in school’, complete with a revisit to school uniform with badges various!
The Class of 2020, wearing their former uniforms, brought forward their traditional May leavers’ day, just in case, revealing resilience and leadership.
Microsoft Qualifications Achieved
Students from twenty of our chamber ensembles performed in our Chamber Music Concert
The UIIs delighted parents and visitors alike with a resounding performance of their Tudor masque, an entertainment of music, song, dance and comic sketches.
Congratulations to the U15A Netball Team who are the Surrey Champions!
Fantastic performances all round and some very well-deserved prize-winners at the annual Latin and Greek Reading Competition.
A selection of Prep Pupils performing in our annual Prep Soloists’ Concert.
“What can I do with a degree in Biology or Chemistry?”
‘Form I travelled back in time to Ancient Greece as part of their Humanities topic’
The Association Choir, together with Senior Choir, Middle Chamber Choir and Camerata, gave a magnificent performance of Handel’s Messiah
Confirmation Service conducted by Bishop Andrew of Guildford.
St Cat’s Big Cat Walk 2020 - £4,500.00 raised for Afghan Connection, the Magnet School, Nairobi and the Clean Clothes Campaign
Congratulations to Morwenna the winner of this year’s St Cat’s Got Talent.
U19 netball squad celebrate the end of the season
St. Cat’s educates young women who are confident to take on the World.  (International Women’s Day)
Prep girls enter into the spirit of Shakespeare as a celebration of World Book Day
Proud daughter Georgia with her Dad who spoke to U4 about his Accounting career and working in the Entertainment industry.
World Book Day – St Cat’s Style!
‘Learning to vault in Upper 2’
Evacuee Day, a highlight of the LIII History calendar; a day full of learning, cooking, exploring primary sources,  role play and fascinating presentations from guest speakers. A day to remember!
“St Catherine’s Prep Choirs competing very successfully at Godalming Performing Arts Festival”
U15A are Lacrosse National Champions at their age group. Congratulations to all the squad and their coaches.
We are very proud of the U19A Lacrosse Team who played skilfully and valiantly, reaching the semi-finals of the England National Schools Lacrosse Championship
Alex wins Midfield Player of Day at U19 1st Teams National Finals. St. Cat’s made the semi finals.
‘Rapid progress is being made on The 6 – watch the build as it happens: look under Development, Create the Future updates’
Head of Sixth Form Boarding, Mrs Alexander and Kaiser, looking after her boarding houses looking forward to seeing everyone before too long.
St Cats do the Double: the 2nd and 3rd senior teams win National Schools Lacrosse Championships.
Inclement February weather didn’t dampen U3 spirits as they train for their Aquathlon
The Australian exchange girls having tea at St. Cat’s Melbourne, with previous staff from school - Mrs Fiona Thomas (Prep School) and Mrs Ailsa Logue (Cat Club).
Happy Shrove Tuesday!  Pancake making for Charity proved very popular at lunchtime today
‘I often get asked which I think are the best schools in the country and St Catherine’s is always on my list.’ –quote from an outside speaker
‘ A Super Six Squads Smash Surrey’s!!’ All 6 Age groups have qualified for the Surrey Schools Netball Finals in March.  Congratulations girls!
Prep girls working together whilst raising money for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Ltd (JDRF)
Local Chiropractor Tone Tellefsen Hughes spoke enthusiastically about her role and routes into the Career in the U4 Lecture
Congratulations to Cecilia, Flora and Georgie for progressing to the second stage of the Rotary Youth Speaks Competition.
Congratulations to Mo, Victoria and Grace for making it through to the London stage of the ESU public speaking competition which will be held in March.
St. Cat’s Senior Lacrosse Squads are fielding a record 6 teams at U19 National Finals. Go, St. Cat’s!
“ A drum, a drum Macbeth doth come, to St Catherine’s!”
 Congratulations to pianist, Annie, St Catherine’s Jennifer Bate Organ Scholar, winner of the 2020 Woking Young Musician of the Year Competition
“Blood will have Blood”. The Senior School will stage their adaptation of Macbeth this week, playing on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 7:30pm in the auditorium.
A wide variety of performers delighted the audience in this month’s Informal Concert
Our 3 Australian Exchange students first day with partners  at St Catherine’s, Melbourne!
Parents joined their daughter’s strings lesson
Congratulations to Lucy, Abby and Ananya for their spirited performances at the Rotary Youth Debates semi-final.
Another exciting day in Pre-Prep with Pre-Prep II welcoming their parents to their classrooms
Pre-Prep III girls enjoyed showing their parents their achievements in their classrooms
U13’s continue to evolve their netball talent at training
 Organists and Pianists performing at our Prep piano concert
‘Our PPI girls were excited to welcome their parents to their classroom and celebrate what they have achieved’
 Congratulations to the U12 and U13 Netballers who have both qualified for Surrey Finals in March!
Entertainment at the Annual Boarders’ Parents’ Dinner Party, provided by the Boarders themselves
U5 Trip to Natural History Museum
‘ A delicious meal to celebrate the Lunar New Year was cooked by our talented Sixth Form ‘chefs’ and enjoyed by all the boarders
Prep school girls getting a coaching session with professional, and inspirational football coach, Sophie Hollis. The girls enjoyed the challenge of learning new skills in a fun environment.
Fun and Friendship in Pre-Prep
Over £2,000.00 was raised for School Club Zambia and Refugee voices at the 80s themed Father Daughter dinner
U12EFGH having a blast at netball
St Catherine’s Jazz Café in ‘full swing’ with tributes to Ella Fitzgerald, Caro Emerald, Sophie Millman and many more
Prep and Senior School girls enjoyed a fascinating talk on the impact of fluid mechanics on aircraft design and energy conservation from Prof. Beverley McKeon (1992) Professor of Aeronautics at the California Institute of Technology
St. Catherines Fashion Show - coming soon!
U4 Exchange students arriving in Australia
Sunrise over the Prep School on a cold, bright January morning.
L4 enjoyed a visit to the wonderful Mary Rose Museum where they were able to use artefacts and primary sources to gain a better understanding of diversity in Tudor England
St Catherine’s was delighted to host, once more, the English Chess Federation’s Junior Girls’ semi-finals, welcoming the biggest number of participants ever
St. Catherine’s welcomes the 2020 GAP Staff Team from Australia and New Zealand
Ellie de la Bedoyere (2011), Senior Policy Advisor at the Cabinet Office, gave a fascinating and very personal insight into her career in the Civil Service working with Michael Gove MP
Prep School girls enjoy festive cheer at their Christmas Fair
Boarders celebrate Advent and look forward to Christmas at their annual Candlelit Service
Midleton House won Best Play in House Drama,  pictured with adjudicator Anna Lewis, professional theatre designer and alumna of 2008
St Catherine’s students at the Mock Election Polling Station.
All the fun of the annual Merriman Christmas Fair
Ding Dong Merrily on High in Guildford the bells were ringing!  The annual Carol Service in Guildford is the signal for many St Catherine’s families and friends that Christmas is almost here.
‘We see it!  We see it!  We swear we do.  We see extraordinary magic in you.’ The whole Prep School sings about the magic within us all. – Prep School Carol Service
‘The Pre-Prep girls delighted the audience with a wonderful performance of ‘Away in a Manger’.
Bronte Boarders decorating the Senior School Christmas Tree for the PTA Ball.
Concert Band open the programme for the St Catherine’s Day Gala Concert with a performance of music from The Lion King
Prayers led by the Head Girls in the Prep School's St Catherine's Day Chapel Service
Excited Prep School girls at St Catherine's Day House Gym Competition.
St Catherine’s day inter-House Lacrosse Competition was won by  Ashcombe in both the Middle and Seniors Finals!
An exciting morning of hard-fought matches.
St Catherine’s Day underway Church, Cattern Cakes, and Celebratory Lunch.
The audience enjoyed a wide range of performances at our third Informal Concert of this term
The Lower III’s travelled through space and time today with the help from Creative Space
What can I do with a degree in History? Alumnae Ellie, Natalie and Megan return to inspire  St Catherine’s young historians about their careers in the Civil service, Law and Management.
Congratulations to Ananya, Abby and Lucy Senior Rotary winners for the Guildford area 2019.
A special well done to Ananya for winning the Best Proposer category.
GSA Students vote Greta Thunberg as Woman of the Year 2019. We are proud of alumna Nicki Henderson (2011) who is helping skipper Greta back to Spain for the UN Climate summit in December - November 2019
A wide variety of music on offer at the Woodwind and Brass Sectional Concert
Pre-Prep II experience a day in a Victorian School
PP1 exploring moving over, under and climbing on apparatus in their gymnastics lesson.
Charles Dickens’ great-great-great granddaughter Lucinda Hawksley, last night’s entertaining speaker at St Catherine’s Presents provided us with a better understanding of how Dicken’s childhood and family influenced some of his most famous characters.
Upper 3 girls played a wonderful variety of music in their Informal Concert.
The Royal British Legion Theme of Togetherness was the focus of this year’s Remembrance Service. Contributions were made by representatives from the School community from Great Britain, France, Australia, India and the USA
The Royal British Legion Theme of Togetherness was the focus of this year’s Remembrance Service. Contributions were made by representatives from the School community from Great Britain, France, Australia, India and the USA
Lucy and Caitlin led and spoke in chapel this week inspiring the girls to make the most of their youth.
The Lower 5 Football team enjoyed their first competitive match  against Charterhouse.
Lower III girls enjoyed working together as a team and reaching unknown limits on their IoW residential trip.
The warmth of our welcome and the palpable joy at this event is testament to the close relationship we enjoy with our Hong Kong families.
Former staff and Association members enjoyed a fascinating walking tour of Dickens’ London with Lucinda Hawksley, his great-great-great-granddaughter.
Sixth Form Essay Prizewinners with guest judge Professor Diane Watt (Surrey University), and Head of Sixth Form, Carl Gladwell.
“The Grimm Tales reimagined at St Cats this week”
Alumnae and parents gathered at UniCredit to discuss Leadership and Managing Teams at the latest London Network evening
A variety of performers delighted the audience at the first of our Informal Concerts this year
‘Robin Stevens - Mystery Writer Librarians’Literary Lectures’.
Welcome back to the Year of 2009 celebrating their 10th anniversary reunion
St Catherine’s Association Careers Forum in full swing with Alumnae and Parents sharing career insights with students.
U14 and U15 netball teams played some great matches during the Surrey qualifiers tournament on Wednesday 9th Oct at St Cats School. They thoroughly enjoyed hosting the event. #finalists
Parent Mrs Aig-Imoukhuede led a Sixth Form SCOPE session exploring the links between poverty, social inequality and lack of education and the rise of extremist activity and Boko Haram
“For the Harvest” - Girls from the Prep School are delighted to be able to support the Guildford Food Crisis Project by sharing their Harvest boxes.
Prep School Chess teams played marvellously against Aldro. The friendly but determined sportsmanship was a credit to both schools.
The Scholars and Award Holders black tie concert marked the start of the musical year .
“Dr Jonathan Jeffers from Imperial College London talks to students and inspires them to become the Engineers of the future.”
‘Prep School girls enjoyed taster sessions in various languages as part of the European Day of Languages celebrations.’
An Early Music Workshop gave the girls the opportunity to try a wide range of instruments.
U13B’s were runners up in the plate competition at Condover Hall this weekend. Well done girls!
Prep Girls enjoying the new Soundscape room with the facility for podcasting and instant composition #  Website, Twitter and Instagram
Girls, parents and staff in the Prep School were excited to explore their newly refurbished music room, the Soundscape, opened by Jenni Costello, radio DJ and podcaster.
Mr Donald Lloyd Conductor of Symphony Orchestra conducts the combined orchestras of St Catherine’s Symphony Orchestra and the South Downs Orchestra performing at St Catherine’s Presents
A L5 Physics class experiment with producing waves, using a jelly baby wave machine, to demonstrate reflection and refraction.
Swim Tour
U3 enjoy trying out new instruments at the Instrument Taster Session
Prep School enjoyed welcoming our new parents and current PTA to our coffee morning this morning.
Annual Boarders’ Start-of-Year Party
Catching up with friends in the Prep School on the 1st day of term