The Friends urge all girls in years 12 and 13 to take advantage of this opportunity to secure funding for their chosen extra-curricular project or activity.
The GS Blackburn Travel Award is given by the alumnae specifically to support students in broadening their horizons via travel.
In the Lunar calendar, the year of the tiger represents a year of significant changes, a chance to overcome difficulties and renew your strength - so with this in mind, we wish you all a Happy New Year.
During Reading Week our Cambodia Club students helped to raise money for one of our sister schools in Keo Ropov, Cambodia. Some of the girls from Cambodia Club have since issued a letter to the school thanking everybody for their involvement with the event.
In a term when our focus is on being fearless (and, indeed, our theme next week is ‘learning to fail’) Mrs Reynolds' first assembly to the School reflected on resolutions and failure. None of us likes to fail but perhaps that is because of the way that we couch it.
This year sees the launch of the annual Young Musician of the Year competition for all Senior School students.
Last week the Senior School had a very successful Reading Week, which was a full week of celebrating and encouraging reading across the campus. Some of our students and staff have shared their favourite books, with the hope that this will encourage others to pick up a book and read something different.
This week a group of girls at the Prep School have been practising fearlessness and championing sustainability by releasing tiger worms into our newly built compost heap.
Our Year 9 boarding students enjoyed a visit to Bath Aqua Glass today to make mosaic hearts.