As Part of their award for being chosen as finalists for the prestigious Sovereign Art Foundation Guernsey Student Prize 2018, Lucy and Pierre, two of the Upper Sixth Art Students at The Ladies' College were invited to take part in a once in a lifetime workshop with Resident artist Dimitri Permiako…
Form III spent yesterday morning hearing from Jenette Carey and Peggy Callahan about the schools4freedom charity. The girls were inspired, moved and motivated to learn more about and become involved with this project. It is staggering to realise that the slavery we study in History in the Victoria…
Guernsey Students Prize 2018
This exhibition showcases our extremely talented Art Students' successes in the prestigious Sovereign Art Foundation Students Prize, an Annual Competition that selects the very best artworks from local schools and exhibits them in a Public location.
"History lessons are the best three hours of my week!"
This is how the Year 11 students at The Ladies’ College feel about their history studies and with good reason, because at the start of the new term the History department was honoured with a Gold award from the Historical Association.
Here are a few pictures of our new College counselling service. Mrs Ogier is available for one-to-one sessions as well as regular lunch time workshops with the girls. This service adds another layer to our pastoral provision, offering our girls another place to be heard.
We’ll be updating our…
The girls have begun the term with some team building activities. They have been thinking about using their Melrose Mindsets to help!
Form III had a tricky paper cutting task but they persevered and completed the task as a class!
Junior Remove worked collaboratively to complete their Spagh…
We are tremendously proud of our students’ achievements and aware of the determination, hard work and resilience they have shown throughout their GCSE courses, alongside all that they have achieved both inside and outside of the classroom. We are delighted that the girls have achieved academic succ…
We are delighted to report that students of The Ladies’ College who took A–levels in 2018 have had another successful year. The 100% pass rate was achieved by 46 students who took the linear A-levels and who now have choices about following their immediate goals of work, university or a gap year. O…
Thursday 6th September 2018
New Remove arrive for 08:30 and go to Form Rooms (photographs from 09:10)
Lower Four arrive for 09:30 and go to Form Rooms (photographs from 09:40)
Upper Four arrive for 10:00 and go to Form Rooms (photographs from 10:10)
Lower Five arrive for 10:30 a…
TeenTech is a science and technology competition which was held in London yesterday. The girls won through to the National final by being finalists in two categories - one of them was a sixth form only category. The girls won this prize out of 150 top students in the UK. In this category, they had …
Upper Four students attended International Women in Engineering Day at the College of FE on Friday. Speeches were given by some incredible women engineers who inspired our students and showed them that there are many exciting and creative career opportunities within this field, with many opportuni…
Remove Z are studying ecology this term and they've been on the hunt for mini-beasts in the school grounds. Today we found centipedes, millipedes, wasps, bees, ladybirds, maggots and an as yet unidentified fungus.
As a small gift from our Leavers to the rest of the school on their last time-tabled day at College, to give us a mindful moment to enjoy, they provided a Petting Zoo.
Thank you ladies and good luck in your exams!
Form III had a marvellous time staying overnight in Lihou Island with Mrs Dyer, Mrs Lowe and Mrs Morris. No-one wanted to come home!
Form III has had a busy couple of weeks.
They have been to the German Occupation Museum and discovered what life was like in Guernsey in the Occupation.
They have enjoyed 10 minutes of exercise every morning for active April and seen this have a big impact on their learning and emotional …
Upper Sixth Physics students made a crude telescope as part of their Astrophysics course using 2 lenses, a metre-rule, plasticine and grease-proof paper. As you can see, the image is inverted as it is when it hits the retina at the back of our eye - it's our brain that actually turns the image the…
Lower Five made the most of the sunshine last Friday to find some of the factors that affect the temperature of an object, which included colour, type of material, angle from the ground and the direction it faces.
The Ladies’ College has a long tradition, dating from 1872, to provide education to girls. As such, it is one of the oldest girls' schools where the benefits of single sex provision are provided to ensure that the advantages afforded to boys are also afforded to girls. Indeed, there is significant …
Melrose entered 3 teams in the Canaccord 2018 Tag Rugby Festival and again showed that all girl teams can hold their own!
The Collins’ Cougars played brilliantly in the year3/4 tournament and won more games and scored more tries than ever before by a Melrose team in this age group. Coaches Liz Du…
As the Upper Five complete their IGCSE History course, they wanted to mark the moment with a feast. So, inspired perhaps by Bake Off, this week the girls have created edible representations of the Berlin Wall. The models, featuring various aspects of the Wall which they'd researched including the …