Remove Z have been learning about plant and animal cells this week. Yesterday, students learnt how to use a microscope and prepare a slide of their own cheek cells.
Today, the students prepared slides of red onion cells and as you can see, the results are stunning.
Congratulations to Flo in Remove who won last half-term's 'Fun with Flags'. She researched and answered correctly five questions about different aspects of Cuban geography from politics and culture to geology. This half-term's flag and quiz will be about Tanzania!
Form III had a great Divali experience when Mrs Sharma and her young assistant came in to explain all about the Hindu festival of lights.
We saw many traditional artefacts and learned all about the delicious food the Sharma family would enjoy that night. It was great to get our hands on the…
Who says that geography is just colouring in? Upper 6 have been looking at urban morphology by using skittles to show how geographers have interpreted patterns of urban form through landuse models. Placing Skittles onto the urban landuse models allowed them to show how landuse changes as you move o…
After a super assembly with Reverend Hinchliffe, Melrose Form III visited the Guernsey Cheshire Home to present their harvest baskets, sing harvest songs, read harvest and autumn poems and spend quality time with their new friends- the residents.
The girls and all adults had a fantastic ti…
Form III went back in time to 1857 and spent a day experiencing a day at school Victorian style!
Some found that they had to wear the dunce’s hat or signs to show they were unclean or rude. A couple even had the cane for daring to be rude to Mrs Morris. Drills, rote learning and reading passages…
Using swimming hats to learn and pinpoint localisation of function in the brain. Perfect for wearing when revising!
Pre-Preparatory Week Five: 9th - 13th October
This week we went for a walk around the nature trail at Ronez Quarry. We had been discussing s.s.s.stones during phonics and we thought we would go and see where stones come from and how they are made! What an adventure and very exciting to see all …
Pre-Preparatory Week Four: 2nd - 6th October
Pre-Preparatory had a wonderful time making their own stick people after listening to the Stickman story. Coloured sticks, lots of selotape and imagination and we had wonderful new stick friends.
On Wednesday morning the Lower Sixth and Upper Sixth Fine Art students were lucky enough to take part in a portraiture workshop with Artist Olivia Kemp.
Olivia Kemp studied painting at Winchester School of Art and went on to study MA Drawing at Wimbledon College of Art where she was awarded The J…
Pre-Preparatory Week Three: 25th - 29th September
We visited the beach for our first Beach Schools session. Although very wet and windy, Lower Prep helped to create a wonderful shelter. Pre-Prep went hunting in rock pools and managed to find two starfish, crabs and a guppy. Then Lower Prep kin…
Pre-Preparatory Week Two: 18th - 22th September
This week we started swimming and ballet, as well as drama, so we had lots of new adventures. We also visited the Junior playground and tested our perseverance and resilience when attempting some very tricky apparatus! We celebrated two special b…
Pre-Preparatory Week One: 11th - 15th September - Michaelmas term
It is wonderful to have all our friends back together again! We have also got some wonderful new friends to show around and get to know.
The girls have enjoyed playing outside and particularly exploring the new climbing frame…
We have had such a busy time with last swimming, ballet, sports day, last french, birthday celebrations, final assemblies, Form 2 reading stories, harvesting vegetables (Pre-Prep grown), move-up morning, sad goodbye's to Mrs Beebee and SO much more. However here are a few photos of our end of term …
The Ladies’ College invited local business women, alumna, parents and recent A-level leavers of the College to attend their third annual networking event held last week on September 7th. The well-attended event was kindly hosted by Catherine Best and daughter, Vikki Freeman, at their newly refur…
The 3 Colleges have sent the below document to all Deputies setting out their suggestions for how States funding for an assisted places scheme might be implemented.
The Role of the Colleges and States Funding for Assisted Places PDF
We are incredibly proud of our students’ achievements and aware of the determination, hard work and resilience they have shown throughout their GCSE courses and all that they have achieved both inside and outside of the classroom. We are delighted that the girls have achieved this academic success,…
We are delighted to report that students of The Ladies’ College who took A–levels this year have excelled once again, with a 100% pass rate.
36 students sat examinations that will allow them to make decisions and choices about their future. Of the grades achieved, 43.9% were A* and A, 74.8% w…
On the 2nd July the string quartet performed at the Victorian Walled Garden in Saumarez Park as part of the cycle of live music. They performed on a very hot day in a beautiful setting whilst the crowd enjoyed the gardens, refreshments and treasure hunt. Congratulations to Louise Madden, Anya Tee,…
Saturday 1st July the Junior Motet performed a recital at the Town Church. Nine of our girls in remove, Lower Four and Upper Four performed five pieces as a choir and a range of solos and smaller ensembles. This performance also included an original composition by Anya Tee, Flora St.Pier, Maddy Po…