There are few things as delightful, and at times tear-jerking, as the Junior School Nativity. Thanks go to the Junior School staff who have been very busy making costumes and props - the boys looked absolutely spectacular.
Congratulations to Ms Whittingham and Mrs Barnett in particular for directing such a fabulous show!
Monday 11th November marked the 100th anniversary of King George V issuing a proclamation which called for two minutes silence on what was then known as Armistice Day; now known as Remembrance Day.
The last day before half term saw the third Tower House Saxophone and Clarinet Concert and featured a wide range of single-reed talent.
Many thanks to Mrs Patel for pulling together so many resources and suggesting so many activities for Bullying Awareness week
Year 4 organised a ‘Funky Glasses’ day on Friday.
Many thanks indeed for the most generous donations for our Harvest Festival.
Last Friday we held our first Open morning of this academic year.
They came, they saw, they conquered. Tower House Tigers crews I & II completed this gruelling feat last Saturday in sweltering heat.
Reception boys found out how much can be crammed into a school day as they moved from just mornings to staying the full school day as of last Wednesday.
The Gardening club were, on our first day back, able to harvest the ‘fruits of their labour’.