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…
This document has information regarding the first days of term.
Thursday 4th September 2014
L6 arrive and go to Leaf Centre for general welcome from Sixth form Coordinator and then go with Tutors to Tutor rooms: TT …
Melrose junior swimming gala was held on a glorious afternoon in the Ladies' College pool.
There was some fantastic swimming on display, as well as some very courageous finishes from those girls developing their swimming skills.
Well done to all those who competed.
The Ladies' College enjoyed a successful day on Monday June 23rd when they hosted the Grammar School for the Luscombe Tennis and Hainsworth Swimming Cup Matches.
Both teams were successful and as usual, participated in their events with enthusiasm and pride under the College banner. A very well …
Our GCSE and A level Art and Photography students are preparing to showcase their work this week at the annual Art Exhibition.
The exhibition will be staged in the Art & Drama building and looks set to be a truly impressive display of creativity, skill and hard work.
There was lots of energy and excitement when Melrose hosted a mini tag rugby tournament on the Guild Field.
Year 2 pupils from Acorn House joined us, with Guernsey's rugby development officer Steve Welbourne organising a great afternoon of sport and fun. We had two pitches on the go and played n…
Senior School got the last half of the Trinity Term off to a flying start with the annual House Athletics Competition.
With the weather dry but not too hot Mrs Bailey was anticipating a great day's sport and she was not disappointed. There were some fantastic performances, records broken and a g…
Well done to Grainne Wrigley who was awarded 'High Commended' for her entry in a competition to design a postcard promoting Fairtrade.
Grainne, who is in Upper Four, was invited with her parents to a presenatation event to receive her award. Nine girls in Upper Four entered the competition, whic…
A number of Melrose girls will be taking part in the new '7/7' cycling challenge in aid of the hospice - following Mrs Morris's lead as she undertakes the gruelling 30/30 version of the challenge.
Our thanks go to Ian Brown who came in to Melrose assembly to talk to the girls about the chal…
Girls in Remove up to Lower Five took part in a fun work out in aid of Lepra this week.
It was a beautifully sunny afternoon, great fun had by all and money raised for a great cause. Well done girls!
Girls in Junior Remove prepared an information-packed assembly in honour of Liberation Day.
Mrs Merifield asked the class to carry out research into the event and its history. The girls were keen to share what they had learnt and gave an excellent overview of what it would have been like to live…