In yesterday’s assembly we thought about all those women - and their supporters, male and female - on whose shoulders we stand.
Far from being a simple test of existing knowledge, joy is to be found in exploring what we don't know.
We have far more in common with each other than things that divide us
There is the powerful feeling of shared purpose
There is something about singing, in every faith and tradition, which can take us beyond ourselves.
Poems invite us to look at the world through fresh eyes, and the English department did just that with thought-provoking assemblies on this year’s theme of truth.
We regularly speak of encouraging all our pupils to develop considered opinions and the confidence to express them.
Upper V students enjoyed spending time in our Sixth Form as they consider their Next Steps
We often remind the girls that they belong to many different communities within the School, and the connections between year groups that our House meetings and events create are a joy to see.
It isn’t just the changing seasons we are aware of at this time of the year: the adjustment to a new class, new teachers, new school is one which we hope all our children will manage easily and happily.