Intech Science Centre visit
On Sunday, 3 February, a group of Remove and LIV girls made a trip to Intech Science Centre and Planetarium in Winchester.
VIDA guitar quartet give recital
On Friday, 25th January, Music Matters at Downe House hosted a recital by the internationally acclaimed VIDA Guitar Quartet: Mark Eden, Chris Stell, Helen Sanderson and Mark Ashford.
National Youth Choir of Scotland
We are absolutely delighted to announce that Sophie Stuart-Menteth has won a highly sought after position in the National Youth Choir of Scotland.
BBC Radio 4 Bookclub
Tune in to BBC Radio 4 Bookclub THIS SUNDAY, 3 February at 4pm and Thursday, 7 February at 3.30pm.
RIBI Young Musicians Competition
Lower Sixth Former, Holiday Wallis won the local round of The RIBI Young Musician of the Year competition (violin) over the weekend and has won a place in the next round. She is through to the district round which will take place on Saturday, 9th March.
DT Science Challenge 2013
On Sunday 13 January, the Remove and Lower 4 year groups took part in the annual DT & Science Challenge.
National Schools Biathlon
The 9 girls who travelled to Millfield School on Sunday 27 January having qualified for the Semi Finals of the National Schools Biathlon had a very successful day.
Miranda Hart wins Best Drama Performance for Call the Midwife
Runners get 5th place the Knole Run
Five Downe House girls travelled down to Kent on Saturday, 12th January to take part in the 16th Girls’ Knole Run (Cross Country). Although the course is quite short at 2.2 miles, it includes some challenging terrain through the valley and up the hill, passing Knole House.
Specsavers National Book Awards 2012
The winners of the Specsavers National Book Awards 2012, a celebration of the best of British publishing, were revealed at a star-studded awards ceremony at London’s prestigious Mandarin Oriental on 4th December 2012.
Dr Denis Alexander gives Medley Lecture
In our latest Medley Lecture, on Wednesday 21st November, Dr Denis Alexander from the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, Cambridge University, argued before a large and engaged audience that beliefs in creation and evolution are not incompatible.
Ludgrove School and Downe House LS act quickly to save the world!
Alexia Kirk, Helena Benthall and Brenda Njiru from the LVI led our visitors from Ludgrove and the Lower School Athenians/Officers in an exciting Debating / Mock United Nations workshop on 28 November.