All News for Pre-Preparatory
Following an intensive vetting by the Independent Schools Inspectorate, Melrose and The Ladies' College Pre-School have been judged 'Excellent'.
UK inspectors spent a total of six days in the junior school and Pre-School during two separate visits in October. Their report says:
In anticipation of bad weather this winter, this is what all parents and girls need to know...
If it snows overnight and you want to know if school is open:
Check the website - here in the news section. This is where you will find the most up to date information.
Check Twitter @LCGSY - th…
Please keep your Moonpig Cash for Schools vouchers coming in for Melrose. Last week we were awarded 50,000 bonus points when our Bonus Ball was picked out of the bag by the children at Les Voies School.
Every little bit helps, though, so please cut out the Moonpig vouchers found in The Press and …
Some of our youngest girls became teeny-tiny pizza chefs recently when Pre-School went Italian.
The girls spent a week learning about Italian food and culture, the highlight of which was visiting The Italian Job pizza restaurant. There they rolled dough, made pizza bases and covered them with top…
Photo: Zoe Collins, 4, the youngest student at Melrose, leaves St Stephen's after Commemoration Service
The first of many "new traditions" took place today when the whole school celebrated Commemoration Service at St Stephen's Church.
The new timing of the event, on the actual day Ladies' Col…
Olympic Long Jump Champion and British Record Holder Greg Rutherford will be visiting Ladies' College on Monday afternoon (7 October).
Greg will be talking to Senior School girls about his amazing achievements and that epic Super Saturday when he won Olympic Gold in London last summer. With the w…
We are The Ladies' College. We are #forevergreen
Our new canteen called The Core opened for business at the start of term and is proving a great success with the girls and staff. Daily specials include things like chicken and sweetcorn pie, flaked salmon and new potatoes, pasta bakes, fresh salads, fresh soup, open sandwiches, cakes, fresh fruit …
Sixth Form student Miranda Griffin is launching a new school paper. Called The College Voice, it will be printed once a month and contain news items about the school and subjects of interest to our girls.
"I've aspired to be a journalist for a long time now," says Miranda, 18. "And I wish to stud…