Form 2 trip to Fishbourne Roman Palace

Posted on 4 February, 2019 under Academic, Featured, News, Trips

Form 2 visited Fishbourne Roman Palace as part of their Humanities studies on the Romans in Britain. The children were fascinated by the 2000 year old mosaics, which include the famous and stunning Cupid Riding a Dolphin mosaic.   They couldn’t believe that Fishbourne had been discovered by accident in more →

Joe the Zoolab Ranger visits Form 1

Posted on 31 January, 2019 under Academic, Events, Featured, News

Joe the Zoolab ranger came in to talk to Form 1 about the Rainforest. He talked to them about the layers of the Rainforest and asked them to describe the habitat of the forest floor. The first creature was Bruce the Giant African Land snail. He is eight years old more →

House Cross Country 2019

Posted on 28 January, 2019 under Events, Featured, News, Sport

On Friday 25th January, there was much excitement here at school as children, staff and parents gathered on Top Pitch for our annual House Cross Country.  Thankfully, the wet weather had cleared up and it was a mild, dry day so the running conditions were excellent.  It was a little more →

Form 4 Boarding Taster Night

Posted on 22 January, 2019 under Boarding, Events, Featured, News

On Monday 21st January, Form 4 girls and boys were invited to join our boarders for a Taster Night. The boys and girls normally take part in joint activities, from Roller Discos and Graffiti Art Workshops to Climbing and Archery, to name a few. However, by popular request, the boys more →

Spelling Bee 2019

Posted on 21 January, 2019 under Academic, Events, Featured, News

The 3rd annual CPS Spelling Bee was welcomed with much excitement at school.  In English lessons, throughout the week, all pupils took part in the in-class Spelling Bee to earn points for their Houses.  Scores were counted and the winners of each year group were: Form 1 – Clubs, Form more →

DaVinci Club trip to the Watts Gallery

Posted on 18 January, 2019 under Art, Featured, News, Trips

The DaVinci Club had a fantastic tour of the Watts Gallery last week, culminating in a thoroughly enjoyable sculpture workshop on the theme of George Watt’s best-known work, “Physical Energy”. They learnt about Watt’s humanitarian approach to the plight of the Victorian common man as well as discovering how a more →