Sophie and India in Year 7 have written a review of the French film, Une vie de chat, which they were invited to watch this week.
The theme for Year 4 this term is ‘Off with her head!’, focusing on the Tudor period. The girls have learnt so much about what life was like during this time, including houses, religion, clothes, diet and so much more.
A massive well done to Maddie Whitmore who claimed the second prize in the Senior Category of the Classical Association’s Creative Writing competition. Maddie’s story was chosen from more than 450 entries inspired by the CA's Honorary President for 2021-22 Stephen Fry’s books ‘Mythos’, ‘Heroes’ and ‘Troy’.
Yesterday I was asked by a prospective pupil what was the best thing about working at Royal High School. Without hesitation I always respond – the girls. But this week, I qualified that - the girls because of the constant inspiration they are to us all.
On Friday 25 March Years 7 and 8 took park in a United Kingdom Mathematics Trust (UKMT) problem solving fun day.
Join us in congratulating 13-year-old Gavin Phelps from Ralph Allen School who won the inaugural RHSB Rising Stars Young Pianist Competition.
On Friday 25 March, Year 6 dressed up in their Roman outfits, ready for our special afternoon celebrating the 1900th anniversary of the building of Hadrian’s Wall.
We've had some wonderful boarders' activities over the past few weeks, including Zorbing.
Last Tuesday was the second year of the Languages for the Future Conference, and what an enriching experience it was.