Zoë in LIV can certainly be described as a bouncy teenager who doesn’t mind taking a tumble.
Last week at the Junior School Upper II were able to experience first-hand what school was like in Victorian times.
As part of the School’s commemoration of the centenary of the end of World War I, and remembering all those who have fought for our country in past and recent wars, we held a Remembrance Service in the Senior School assembly this morning.
A group of 22 Geography students from Lower V to Upper Sixth enjoyed a fascinating half-term trip to Northern Ireland.
Congratulations to Hannah in Upper IV on her silver medal-winning performance in the final at the South East Schools Pistol Championships this week.
Following weeks of rehearsals, the most hotly anticipated event of the House calendar had arrived!
Parents and family members enjoyed a delicious Harvest supper today, all prepared by our Reception girls who have been working hard with the preparations over the last two days.
There is great excitement and in some case a little hysteria about the ever increasing shadow of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The debate about whether or not robots will replace teachers in the classroom tends to split opinion.
Very excited UIV geographers set out this week to investigate how successful Chessington World of Adventures is as part of their tourism unit.
Upper V visit the Royal Berkshire Hospital's Medical Museum