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Teachers take on the London Nightride

Four teaching staff, Tony Riddle (PE), Anne-Marie Gane (PE), Christina Pugsley (Biology) and Corinne Marsh (Music), took part in the London Nightride last night, cycling 100kms from Crystal Palace from 11.15pm.

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Exam boards failing duty to pupils

On 2 June, The Sunday Times printed an open letter signed by Christopher Ray, chairman of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference.

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Magical Mendelssohn

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Grimm Fairy Tales by the Lower School

Everyone has their own favourite childhood story and in this production we were treated to seven of the Grimm Brothers’ most popular tales in a clever and entertaining performance.

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Success at the Berkshire Young Singers Competition

On Sunday, 19 May, two of our most promising young singers took part in the Finals of the Berkshire Young Singer Competition, contributing to a gala performance given to a packed audience at the magnificent Reading Town Hall.

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Success at the Berkshire Young Singers Competition

On Sunday, 19 May, two of our most promising young singers took part in the Finals of the Berkshire Young Singer Competition, contributing to a gala performance given to a packed audience at the magnificent Reading Town Hall.

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Looking for the Science Behind the Images

On Tuesday, 14 May, Dr Ian Lewis from Oxford University came to Downe House to give a guest lecture on Astronomical Spectroscopy, as part of the Astronomy Club’s summer schedule.

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Hockey success for Molly

Molly Robinson has been a regular and dedicated member of the Berkshire County Hockey side for the past 2 years.

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Geraldine James lunches with Award Holders

On 9 May, six Geraldine James Award Holders were lucky enough to have lunch with Geraldine James, as you do!

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Cothill School visit

Mrs Caiger-Smith and ten of the Lower School Academic Award holders were treated to an underwater treasure trove of coral and colour on Monday evening, 13 May, at Cothill School.

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Newbury Spring Festival

Five of our Music Scholars enjoyed an exciting opportunity on Saturday morning (11 May): they played on a Steinway Concert Grand valued at around £150 000 in the Newbury Corn Exchange!

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Berkshire Singer of the Year Final

In November of last year, around 35 girls entered the inaugural Berkshire Singer of the Year Competition, run by Berkshire Maestros.

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