Pupils and parents gush about the teachers across the board – ‘brilliant’, ‘sensitive’, ‘beyond fantastic’ – nobody had a bad word to say. One, bowled over by her daughter’s improvement in maths, told us, ‘she has gone from saying “I can’t do it” to “I can’t do it yet”.
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The end of last term saw our latest Informal Concert! Pupils from across the school performed for parents and staff, with a wide range of instruments and ages. Our talented pupils worked hard on their pieces, and the performances were outstanding. https://t.co/3iZDvjHBf8
The International Day of Women and Girls in Science took place yesterday. There is still a gender gap in all levels of STEM careers. We encourage the girls at our school to engage with science, computing and mathematics, inspiring a new generation of scientists and mathematicians https://t.co/INxEfyzzAP
It is #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek! Today's Wellbeing Wednesday session was about speaking up for yourself and for others. Pupils learnt about online influences and discussed the importance of offering their voices in support when they are bystanders. https://t.co/QwG4OCS5IN
A Year 7 parent came in today and gave an assembly on the importance of Shabbat within the Jewish faith. She explained the purpose of Shabbat, and led our pupils in the rituals of lighting candles, blessing the children, and sharing grape juice and chollah bread. https://t.co/qBRy24dSP4
Our Year 11 and 12 pupils embarked on an exciting exam project inspiration trip to the Tate Modern and the Tate Britain. The day involved looking at the eclectic collection of traditional and contemporary art, with a boat ride in between to see the sights of Central London. ️ https://t.co/SpA26mBr2s
What a journey we went on at our latest AEP talk, from the First Overland in 1955 to the Last Overland in 2019. Alex Bescoby told us his story of driving 19,000km from the UK to Singapore! Pupils learnt about handling situations that don't go to plan, filmmaking and travelling. https://t.co/0hCP6nbrd1
This year for Black History Month we celebrated Black British history, aiming to inspire our pupils to keep discovering more about Black British culture and history throughout the year.
We are delighted with the achievement of our Eco-Club members, who under the guidance and inspiration of Radnor parent Sally Cornelius and Clare Marshall, our Head of Geography – have been awarded a Distinction in the Eco-Schools Green Flag Award.
No Mow May! This week our Eco Club have been discussing the benefits of 'No Mow May' and why it is important to support the growth of wild flowers which provide the food for our pollinators! Here are some more details about the campaign from 'Plantlife'.
This year Earth Day falls on Saturday 22nd April. Please get involved and help to save and protect our planet! Here are some ideas and resources to help you:
Even a cursory search of the internet quickly reveals how many ‘World Days’ occur each year. In February, we have World Play Your Ukulele Day, World Hippo Day and World Bartender Day, to pick just three at random. This week, however, sees the annual celebration of World Think...
If a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, it presumably ends with one as well. If this is the first of my blogs you have read, or if you are someone who just dips into them from time to time, you will not have noticed how much time I have devoted in the last year or two to a...
We have nearly finished what we need to consider from David Goodhart’s ‘Head Hand Heart’, with just this week and then one more needed to tick off everything I wanted to tell you. I appreciate that some people will have given up along the way, throwing up their arms in exaspe...
The end is in sight and there is light at the end of the tunnel – though let us hope that is not just a train coming the other way – in our epic journey through the work of David Goodhart in ‘Head Hand Heart’. After covering his ideas across several blogs in the last ye...
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