On Thursday 7th of February Year 4 spent the day at The Royal Institution learning about acids and alkalis and how scientists carefully combine the two to make cosmetics which are safe to use.
Thanks to the ideas of Max and James in Year 8, Maths Week V had a retro video game theme, dominated by Super Mario. As well as being great fun, the theme also allowed all of the boys at school to get involved in many different Maths tasks over the course of the week.
This week we were delighted to learn that both Callum and Ewen Hector have been selected to play hockey for Middlesex in their respective age groups.
Of course they are blessed with natural talent – but, such recognition does not come about without hours of dedicated hard work. Well done boys!
We are incredibly proud of Wilfred, Arthur, Gilby, Leo, Max, Sebastian and Ashwin from Year 1 who we see here showing off their medals for Fair Play.
They make up The Tigers at Friday Night Fives and this recognition shows how THS lads follow the school’s values through and through. Well done boys!
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.