Over Founder’s Fortnight, the Learning for Life department asked girls, staff and families to share what they have learned during lockdown.
“In lockdown I have learned not to worry about things I cannot control.”
Tosin, Head Senior
“In lockdown I have learned how important our family, friends and human contact are in our lives!”
Mr Perdikis, Head of French
In this article, Mrs Clarke (Head of Chemistry) shares with us her views about the impact AI might have on the teaching of the future, and indeed the impact it's already having on her own practice.
Our Upper Sixth (Year 13) pupils had the chance to practice their interview technique at this event which collaborated with local state schools.
Ms Lomax (Learning Skills Teacher and Teacher of Biology) outlines the great many positives of dyslexic thinking.
In his latest blog, our Deputy Head discusses one of the most rewarding and important aspects of his role - supporting colleagues with their continuing professional development (CPD).
Mrs Basnett (Director of Digital Learning) offers her thoughts about how teachers might embed Microsoft Forms into their lessons.
It was a pleasure to welcome Marina Hyde (DH 1992) for a Senior Medley Lecture about her successful career in journalism.
Mr Rivers (Head of Physics) took 12 of our budding STEM pupils from the Lower Sixth (Year 12) to participate in the UK Space design competition.
We are delighted to announce the launch of our Lower School partnership with Ludgrove School.
Our Upper Fourth pupils studying Creative Arts subjects have created a a beautiful display of poppies for Remembrance Day.
In 2023, Downe House joined the UK schools of the International Coalition of Girls' Schools (ICGS) - the leading advocate for girls' schools.
Our Remove (Year 7) pupils were treated to a Halloween storytime in the Murray Centre Library.
Katie and Juliette from the Upper Sixth (Year 13) visited Tokyo, Japan for their Exchange trip to Keio Girls Senior School.