Last week, Prep pupils showcased their artistic skills.
Prep 2 created some fantastic bits of Aboriginal art work using different techniques, colours and materials. The group is currently enjoying learning about Australia. Meanwhile, Prep 1 were using their creativity and imagination to come up with some original designs for Cinderella's slippers, which they then made and brought to life.
Last weekend saw the 1XV Rugby squad take on Plymouth College at home. The team secured a 34-17 win against Plymouth with tries coming from Year 13s, Magnus C-B and James W and Year 11s, Tom C and Andrew W. A brilliant effort from the boys and a fantastic win - well done all.
Last week, Sixth Form students had the opportunity to quiz local North Devon councillors in a session of Councillor Speed Dating. Each pair of students had three minutes to question the councillors on a range of issues of importance to them. The event provided students with a good insight and knowledge, enabling them to learn more about poiltics and the workings of the local government.
There is much going on within our Performing Arts departments, with rehearsals in full swing for the 2019 production, Disney's Mary Poppins jnr.The cast list has been released and Year 9, Katie J has secured the lead role with performances scheduled for Thursday 28th, Friday 29th and Saturday 30th March 2019.
Pupils performed in 'Informal Concert II' last week, taking place in Bratton Fleming Church. All were welcome to attend the fantastic night of music.
Other exciting performances coming up are the GCSE Music Concert, details of which can be found on our Facebook page, along with the Senior School Play, Moliere's 'The Misanthrope', performed in the 150 Theatre on Thursday 29th and Friday 30th November as well as Saturday 1st December.
The Winter Concert will take place on Monday 19th November, 19:00 in the Memorial Hall, so 'From Now On' we would like you to feel 'Magnificent (7)' about the forthcoming festivities. No more staying at 'Home On The Range'. 'Can You Feel The Love Tonight' for the music department.
All are most welcome to attend events from the jam-packed diary of the Performing Arts.