On Monday Melrose girls all wore festive jumpers in aid of UNICEF the School councils charity. There were reindeers, robins, snowmen, snowflakes, penguins, to name just a few of the festive jumpers on display. The girls all donated £1 to wear their jumpers for a very worthy cause at this time of th…
Melrose was buzzing with the sounds and smells of Christmas on Saturday as they held their annual Christmas Fair. The girls and parents had all worked hard creating their stalls, from guess how many sweets in the jar, name the bear to feely boxes of cold spaghetti and jelly!!!
Refreshments in Mr…
This half term our cooking has had a Christmas theme. We all baked gingerbread houses in moulds. The following week the class was a builder’s yard with house gables, walls and roofs all being held together with icing. Our windows were the finest jelly tots - and not a single window was eaten before…
Four of our girls helped at the annual Community Awards event at St James on 6 November (). This event is organised by the Guernsey Community Foundation and it celebrates the successes of local charities. Seven awards are given out and over 100 guests are invited. Guests a…
Keeping the stable clean and the hay fresh for all the animals is a smelly old job for Sam, the young stable boy. No one seems to notice his hard work and it's making Sam feel very insignificant. His ever-faithful friend, Shrew, tries to keep his spirits up, but Sam is finding it hard to feel impor…
It's that time of year again and the countdown to Christmas is underway at The Core.
With daily Advent themes such as Stars, Snowflakes, Holly and more, there is always a good reason to check out the latest tasty treats on offer.
Canteen manager Sharon Carre and her team invite the girls to c…
I would like to say thank you to all the parents, staff and audience members who have expressed their congratulations and praise for such a successful Shakespearean production; it is greatly appreciated by all involved in staging Romeo & Juliet. Rehearsing on Sundays for ten weeks is always an…
On Monday 17th November Melrose Form III took part in the second De Putron Challenge for Year 6 pupils. The Melrose Masterminds lived up their name and won their heat to gain a place in the final.
Though our team led for most of the final they were just pipped at the post in the last 2 rounds an…
Congratulations to the girls in Melrose who participated in the Guernsey Primary Schools' Netball Tournament. They were runners' up and lost by just one goal. We are proud of all that they achieved in terms of their wins, skills and their attitude and approach to competition.
Congratulations to Melrose Form 3 girls who participated in Cycling and have all passed their Bikeability (Cycling Proficiency) with PC Boughay. They have all received a National Standard Cycling Certificate and a Hi-Vis jacket to wear, donated by Cathy Perkins.
The school held its annual Remembrance Day Service in St Stephen's Church. The Head Girl laid a wreath on behalf of the College and Emily McClean (pictured) played The Last Post before the traditional two minutes silence was observed.
Natalia Jopling-Tanser recently attended the Guernsey IoD debate at Beau Sejour. The blog she submitted from the event has been selected to go forward to the IoD debate in London next year. It makes for interesting reading and we wish Natalia success at the next stage of judging.
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Congratulations to Clementine Thompson who has been selected for the 2014/15 RYA UK Youth Squad (Laser Radial). She is the top British Under 18 Laser Radial female for 2014. We are proud of her achievements and wish her every success in a busy year, where she completes her A levels, has House Offi…
Congratulations to our three winners who received Highly Commended for their presentations on Wednesday evening at the Duke of Richmond hotel. Their presentations were extremely well planned, interesting and demonstrated a very clear understanding of management issues. Although it must have been qu…
Sixth Forms in Partnership
Wednesday 12th November 7 - 9pm
The Ladies' College held their first triathlon in warm conditions in late September 2014. The course which was staged around the College grounds involved a 200m swim, 2150m cycle and a 1000m run. All of the 12 girls from Remove to Lower 5 who entered, embraced the endurance challenge that the even…
Alice Hudson recently exhibited MOTION, in pastels, at the Greenhouse, Guernsey Museum. The Guernsey Arts Commission organised the event which was sponsored by NatWest and called 'Transforming: Seven of the Best'
"These pieces are inspired by the work of Simon Birch. I …
A sunny lunch time at The Ladies' College, being enjoyed by Melrose and Senior Girls. The Red Arrows provided fun entertainment for the College community. One of the jets even "waved" at us, as it flew by!
Two Ladies' College teams were placed first and second in the first CGI Coding Competition at the end of last term and were presented with a trophy and vouchers in recognition of their acheivement. The winning team, Teraformers, included Eleanor Buchanan, Elise Dorey, Rhiannon Oliver and Laura Wade…