The fast pace of life and the rapid, cultural, political, and social transformations often do not allow us the luxury to have the time to reflect on our own lives. In many families, the needs of the constantly changing working conditions make it impossible to have a stable lifestyle. Nobody seems to be able to protect children against these rapidly developing and so unnatural conditions of life.
Year 9 sketchbook pages are exploring contemporary pop art. This sketchbook belongs to Amira Mandour.
Year 7 students are using the hot and cold colours.
Ms Teresa Halim
After many years of attempting to get this trip off the ground, we were finally successful in delivering an excellent trip. The students stayed in a small village 500 metres above sea level to practise a variety of fieldwork skills, ranging from river studies to coastal ecology. The weather was varied with even a short spell of hail stones on our first fieldwork day. The students loved the rock climbing activity where everyone climbed at least 10 metres on a rock face.
'This House Believes in an era of post-truth politics governance derived from popular elections is fundamentally flawed.'
'This House Believes that individuals with self-inflicted injuries should forfeit the right to indiscriminate access to universal healthcare.' and
The Cooking Club will be taking over the Prep School Canteen next half term and in preperation we asked Year 4 students to be our taste testers for the afternoon. Students in Y4 were given a sample menu from the club's repotoire - BBQ Chicken, Quasadeillas, Apple Rings and Pizza Doughnuts and asked to rate the different dishes. They were also asked to give some suggestions of the kind of food they would like in their canteen. The afternoon was good fun and we appreciated the feedback from the students.
6 students gain the highest marks in the World, Africa and Egypt
We are pleased to announce the following outstanding success of 6 our students in the Summer examinations.