Senior School Mark Reading took place on Friday 4 April with pupils receiving recognition for the many achievements this term both within and beyond the curriculum. See the full list of awards.
Year 1 celebrated Easter by making some gifts. They made some Easter baskets and used finger painting to create Easter cards.
Tuesday 1 April started off with a wonderful treat for Year 2. Evie said: “We went for a French breakfast because we are learning French breakfast words. What I had to drink was un jus d’orange – in English it is called orange juice. To eat I had du pain and un croissant. They are… Read More
On Thurs 27 March Abbot’s Hill took two teams of four Year 10 girls to Ashlyns School in Berkhamsted for the Dacorum Schools Rotary Technology Tournament in which they competed against nine other schools from the Dacorum area.
Today Year 9 pupils join schools across the country to create their own news website as part of BBC School Report 2014. BBC School Report is a national project that gives 11-14 year olds the chance to make a live news report for a real audience. Our team have been busy from early this morning… Read More
On Thursday 21 March Abbot’s Hill paid a formal farewell to our Head Groundsman for the last 35 years Mr Neil Drinkwater.
The Prep School had a very special visitor at assembly this morning.
Mrs Carolyn Mwaniki from the Teenage Cancer Trust came to accept a cheque for £503 raised by the World Book Day Mufti Day and Cake Sale.
On Thursday 6 March the Happy Puzzle Company visited the Prep School bringing a wide selection of puzzles to challenge pupils from Reception up to Year 6. All the girls were able to attend a workshop where they solved problems ranging from balancing cargo on a pirate ship to working out the code to open the… Read More
The Prep School celebrated World Book Day with a special Mufti Day dressing up as characters from their favourite books. Everyone gathered in St Nicholas House Hall for a special assembly led by School Librarian Mrs Rochester who talked to the children about World Book day which is held in one hundred countries around the… Read More
Year 6 were treated to a Writing Workshop led by Mr Elsworth and the Year 10 English Ambassadors this week. The girls responded to a picture working in small groups, sharing ideas of personification, senses and metaphors and similes….all with fantastic results. The girls produced some interesting ideas and showed some superb independent thinking skills, as… Read More
Pupils in Year 9 and Year 10 paid a return visit to their French Exchange partners over half term. This is the fifth exchange we have run with the College Notre Dame du Rocher in Chambery, the home town of Head of MFL Monsieur Coudert. The girls enjoyed the complete change of scenery offered by… Read More
Year 2 dressed up in the traditional welsh costume to celebrate St David’s Day (1 March). The classroom was decorated with the Welsh flag and daffodils and we listened to some Welsh music as we entered class in the morning. St David is the patron saint of Wales. On this day the Welsh wear daffodils… Read More