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 …
On Friday 16th March it was the final of our annual Monachan Memorial Trophy for public speaking. All of the Upper Fours have worked exceptionally hard on this unit of work, producing talks of a high quality and covering a diverse range of topics. The finalists were: Aimee Browning, Izzy Davidson,…
This year’s spring concert was a huge success demonstrating the hard work and abilities of the girls performing music by Bach, Beatles and beyond.
Groups performing included junior motet, senior motet, junior choir, junior strings, senior strings, junior wind band, jazz band, q…
Friday 9th March
The Ladies’ College took the theme of International Women’s Day to their lessons on Thursday 8th March in various activities around the College.
Removes have started a new topic in History investigating the position of women in the 17th century. Legally, …
Form III have been continuing with their introduction to Duke Of Edinburgh with Mrs Morris, Renee Hubert and Miss Mitchinson. This week we have made scrambled eggs and put up and stowed away tents.
Beatrice exclaimed that she had never enjoyed scrambled eggs so much before and Olivia was delighte…
Dear Parents and Students,
Due to frosty conditions today and likely weather conditions overnight and into tomorrow, The Ladies’ College will be closed on Thursday (1st March).
Colleagues have been asked to prioritise their examination classes in the setting of work. Senior and Sixth Form stu…
Form III in Melrose had an interesting afternoon last week learning how to use trangia stoves to cook hot chocolate and make pancakes. This is part of their introduction to Duke of Edinburgh and survival skills work with Mrs Morris and Miss Mitchinson.
The Ladies' College Art Department are absolutely delighted again this term to have the privilege of being a part of the “Art in Schools” project, where rare and valuable original artworks by famous artists are being loaned to local schools to be enjoyed by everyone.
We have the absolute honour t…
The UIV classes recently gained the opportunity to work with two Guille-Allès librarians last week. These sessions are designed to promote Independent Learning and were managed by the English teaching staff.
Highlighting the wide range of online materials available to pupils and the changing role…
Melrose had a real treat when Adrian Sarchet "Sea Donkey" came to talk to them about his ocean swims. The Juniors were enthralled to hear of his battles with jellyfish, shark infested seas, sunburn, fatigue, exhaustion, sea sickness and so much more. He made it very clear that working as part of a …
The Ladies’ College PE Dept welcomed 60 girls from the Island’s Primary Schools to compete in their “Primary Schools Gymnastics Competition”. Everyone who took part, performed with enthusiasm. The overall winning team prize was shared by Amherst and Melrose. Well done to all involved.
Teamwork was at the heart of today's (Tuesday 16th) AS physics experiment, where students had to resolve balanced forces into horizontal and vertical components. Students worked brilliantly together to take some very tricky measurements and they were all still friends at the end of the lesson!
The end of term in Pre-prep was a busy one! Our last swimming lesson gave us the opportunity to put all those new skills into practice in an aqua-fun session. We preformed our Nativity play to not only our Mummies and Daddies and also to the guests of the Russell's Day centre where we enjoyed givin…
Form II spent their first morning back taking part in some team building activities. This included a blindfolded game to develop communication and trust in pairs, a listening game involving marbles and good teamwork and finally a group challenge involving lots of paper. It was fantastic to see eve…
Thank you to everyone for making the PTA / College Christmas Fayre such a success on Thursday. Prizes have been awarded as follows:
Most festive stall
Most original idea
Best food stall
Form III had a super time at The Guernsey Cheshire Home singing carols, reading Christmas poems and socialising with their friends at the Home.
If anyone would like to buy a beautiful Christmas wreath or table decoration, pop to the home and pick one up; they will be on sale there today and …
Offshore sponsored a 24 Game in Form III today. The competition was hot and there were 3 rounds to fight out.
The eventual winner was Isabelle with Olivia and Beatrice in second and third places.
Mr Morgan, Managing Director of Offshore, was delighted with the morning and impressed by the speed…
Again the matches were hard fought. Congratulations to all the girls that took part and especially the eventual winners Carey House.