News from Mr Ramsey

Summer concert

On Wednesday evening, staff and parents enjoyed our annual summer picnic concert in perfect weather. The evening featured a variety of performances including a highly entertaining set by Mr Moffat and the ukulele band and some fantastic singing and rapping from the choir.


The junior band also performed an excellent set and the evening finished with some fantastic solo performances from older boys.



Curriculum Enrichment Day

On Thursday students enjoyed the last curriculum enrichment day of the year. The Lower Sixth took the opportunity to prepare for their Facing the Future conference on Friday. Year 10 got to grips with Unifrog, an online careers programme, and also spent time investigating the issues of bullying and savagery in Lord of the Flies.

Year 9 enjoyed an investigation of computer science and house sport, whilst Year 8 honed their language skills.  Meanwhile Year 7, enjoyed a variety of geographical activities including a 360 degree cinema exploring the dynamic earth.



Headmaster’s commendations

This week’s Headmaster’s commendations go to the following boys for their outstanding support and commitment in helping at the Medieval Festival:

Charlie Taylor, Myles O’Connor, Ronan Hewit, Logan Hewit, Oscar Mogie, Liam Winter, Dennis Haggart and Cooper Caminsky.

Medieval Merriment at the Verulam Festival

The weather was kind to us and all the 400 guests attending our first Medieval Festival last Sunday. Thanks to all of you for supporting the event – and of course to the numerous volunteers from the school and PTA who worked with James Silcox from Reach the Core to deliver a highly educational and entertaining day out.

There were a lot of happy and tired people leaving the school on Sunday afternoon after several hours watching battle re-enactments and taking part in numerous activities including axe throwing, archery and jousting.

Several people told us that they had never spent so long at a school event and were amazed by how much they had learnt while testing out some new found skills. Guest appearances in costume by Mr Pettitt and Mr Fletcher were also highlights of the day!

We hope to see you again around the same time next year!




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