Maths Week

Maths Week 2018 started bright and early on Monday morning, with a visit from the performers at Quantum Theatre. Their performance of ‘The Adventure of the Missing Number’, was enjoyed in two showings, firstly by Reception & Year 1 and then by Years 2 to 4. This allowed the content of the show to be…

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Rugby News

It was a great start to the rugby season on Wednesday when our U11 boys got the season off with 2 fabulous wins against Kew Green. The B team won by 4 trys to 2 and the As 2 trys to nil. These boys haven’t had a great deal of training time but are really…

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Track Stars

Track Stars! Last Easter THS took delivery of several large cardboard boxes, each containing hundreds of components, which would ultimately form a kit car! This ‘present’ was from FOTH; made possible by generous donations at previous fund raising events. Under the watchful eye of Mr Churches, a dozen or so Senior School pupils have been…

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Book Week

Book Week It is tricky knowing where to start – such was the range of events and activities during Book Week. With the fictional works of Roald Dahl being the central theme, matters were kicked off with a hilarious assembly presented by Year 8. Their aim was to inform every one of the long list…

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Thumbs Up To Gardening

Thumbs up to Gardening! Some lucky lads have been harvesting the crops of the inaugural THS Gardening Club. According to Miss Clark kale was less popular than (beetroot) brownies, but the common denominator has been fun and an appreciation of how produce grows. With the beds now bare and left fallow until the spring this…

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Rugby News

It was a great start to the rugby season on Wednesday when our U11 boys got the season off with 2 fabulous wins against Kew Green. The B team won by 4 trys to 2 and the As 2 trys to nil. These boys haven’t had a great deal of training time but are really…

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Arts Award

Congratulations to the Year 8 boys who all passed the Trinity College Bronze Arts Award this week. To achieve their Arts Award, the boys took on challenges in English and the visual arts. They saw two stage productions, were inspired by writers and visual artists and shared their arts skills with students from the Junior…

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Tales from a Small Kitchen

Tales from a Small Kitchen Catering Academy has been providing meals for schools (including Tower House) since 2005. They award Gold pin badges for 10 years’ service – as you can imagine given the time the company has been operational, such awards are very rare. We were delighted to learn of our very own Salome…

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Crimson Tide

Another year, another senior production. It would be easy to say it has been business as normal this year; but even our outrageously high standards have been surpassed. It is modern practise to attribute stars or a mark out of ten to reviews – however, I defy anyone to suggest a scale that would sufficiently…

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Open Morning

Looking Good It’s not normally our style to ‘show off’ – even our West End quality drama productions are performed for only friends and family. I always advise gathered attendees at THS Open Mornings that we do not put on a pseudo display on a Saturday morning with marching bands et al – an Open…

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