The Ultimate Science Club has got off to a cracking start this term, with lots of fun challenges hosted by Sixth Form student Chhaya Mistry.
Last Thursday Reception class went to Bath City Farm. They were so excited to go on this trip – we even had to do a countdown of days long before we got there!
A Performing Arts Scholars’ showcase took place yesterday with students performing dance, music and drama pieces inspired by a love of adventure.
Our Year 6 pupils spent last week enjoying amazing activities at Osmington Bay in Dorset - and even got to meet pupils from our sister GDST schools from Sydenham, Northampton and Sutton!
As weather conditions are now perfect for sowing a summer lawn, we decided to seed the Anderson shelter with grass, poppies and wild flowers.
We are thrilled to be welcoming 110 students from nine schools in Bath and a further six GDST schools on Wednesday 18 May for a ‘Gifted and Talented Conference’ for high achievers in Years 9, 10 & 12. The event will feature key-note speakers covering topics as wide ranging as plastic pollution to time-travel.
On Monday the 25 of April, Year 5 set off for their residential trip to PGL where the pupils got an opportunity to take part in lots of outdoor activities away from their usual environment.
Students from Royal High School Bath and local schools have been working with Bath Philharmonia’s Creative Learning team of musicians to write four original songs based on the theme of ‘Journey’.
This month our academic scholars enjoyed a trip to Oxford, where they visited the Ashmolean Museum.