Lower School Sports Day

It was Action Stations over at the field again this afternoon for the Lower School Sports day. The children competed for points rotating over a carousel of tasks within their houses with the over all winner declared to be SOMERS!


Preparatory Sports Day

Preps enjoyed an energetic morning of picking vegetables, rhubarb relays and horsing around hurdling hay! There was a bumper crop of smiles and giggles and a big thank you to Farmer Eames for organising the hoe down and to all the Year 6 farm hands.

Upper School Sports Day

The unpredictable English weather did not dampen the enthusiasm for Upper School sports day yesterday. Thank you to Mrs Hiscock for organising a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon and to FOM for the lollies!


Year 1 Gatton Park visit

On Thursday 15th June Year One were able to make the most of the splendid weather on their day out at Gatton Park. Our morning activities were based around our Science topic of ‘Growing’. In the orchard one game involved playing squirrels by hiding seeds to find later – the later search and retrieval was…


Year 5 Crimebusters travel to RGS

On Tuesday, 20th June, four Year 5 pupils were summoned to Reigate Grammar School to help solve a crime. A pink diamond had been stolen and there were four suspects to gather data from. Our students took footprints, finger prints and use chromatography and the Bunsen burners to lead them to the criminal! The children…


Sushi rolling in Year 5

Year 5 enjoyed a Sushi rolling demonstration today courtesy of our caterers Holroyd Howe.
Max K said, “It was really interesting and I’ve learnt something new. I’ve eaten sushi before and now I know how to roll it and squeeze the seaweed….and it was very tasty!”