Raising awareness of big issues that affect us all is so important.  Starting conversations in the classroom give the children the opportunity to learn about difficult things together and in a creative way.


To mark #InternationalWomensDay – which fell on the first day back at school – pupils looked at the key message #ChooseToChallenge #WD2021




Year to Reflect on Covid – A minute’s silence, impeccably observed, to reflect on this difficult year.




#ChildrensMentalHealthWeek and #mentalhealthawareness in Pre-Prep

The Reception children wore something that made them happy, both at home and in school, and expressed themselves by wearing different socks that made them happy, to mark children’s mental health awareness. It was great to see all sorts of different choices.

Kindergarten have expressed themselves for mental health awareness day by designing and decorating a biscuit to express what they love and what makes them happy.





Kindergarten enjoyed drawing self-portraits using the mirror image of their crazy hair on Red Nose Day