Year 4 enjoyed a trip to DUCKS to visit their Forest School.
On Tuesday, Year 3 came to school dressed as a plethora of fantastic Roald Dahl characters.
Inspired by Ted Hughes’ Amulet, Year 6 have been busy writing some poetry of their own this week.
Last Friday, boys took part in their first socially distanced House meetings of the year.
This week the boys participated in a fantastic workshop by Off The Page History.
The first rehearsal of the Chapel Choir took place in the Chapel on Thursday 10 September.
We are looking to provide as full a co-curricular programme as possible this term.
The colourful, uplifting and vibrant Year 6 Rainbow Dance video has been selected to be part of 'U.Dance Digital's' Choreography Challenge.
To finish off our topic of Shackleton’s Journey from this term, the Year 5 students were tasked with designing a poster for a film adaptation of the book.
Year 3 have been exploring the work of Henri Matisse this half term.
Mrs Sue Mulholland, Director of Art and Design & Technology, has been bowled over by the responses from pupils to 'Living in Limbo' (the theme for Refugee Week), including the creative responses from pupils in the Junior School.
Pupils, their parents and members of staff at the College are being asked to help tackle digital poverty for local partner organisations in need of support through donations of any unwanted devices at home or at work.
During this unparalleled time in the College’s history, one of the consequences of lockdown is that we are unable to end the year with our traditional Founder’s Day event.
Imagine uncertainty everyday of your life
Imagine no end to isolation from the rest of the world
The final Choral Evensong of the academic year and the first virtual Chapel Choir Service in our online world will be led by the Chaplain and Master and will include music by Francis Jackson, William Walton and Theodore Dubois.
DC took part in the first Interschool Online Chess Tournament on Wednesday.
To celebrate the first week back at school, pupils in the Junior and Lower Schools took part in a Reverse Mufti Day on Friday 5 June to raise vital funds for the National Emergencies Trust Covid-19 Appeal.
This week we were delighted to arrange a collection of 9 boxes of books (approximately 600) which were donated by Junior School boys during Book Week.
In History Year 3 have been thoroughly enjoying learning about Ancient Greece this term.
This half term, as part of their Pop Art unit, Year 6 has been learning about Roy Lichtenstein.