Today, Sam Baker discusses how the coronavirus has made an impact on our language.
Deputy Head, Sam Baker takes us on a walk around the school in her first morning reading of the week.
Following guidance laid out by the government, we are pleased to announce that, as of Monday 1st June, we are able to open the School to Nursery, Reception and Year 6. Whilst we are excited by the prospect of welcoming back, at least, some of our students - safety is...
In his final reading Richard reminisces about his love for football, Rotheram Utd and Panini football stickers!
Today Richard runs us around Deer Lake, British Columbia, as he talks fell running and the famous Bob Graham Round - tackling 44 peaks in the Lake District within 24 hours.
Join Richard Izdebski on a run through Pacific Spirit Park in Vancouver. In his morning reading Richard takes us through racing busses, trail running and his two 50 miles races!
In his second morning reading of the week, Carl Pearson continues delving into the mysteries of the universe and the Fermi paradox, trying to answer the question, "where is everybody?". Watch out for his third one on Friday.
In his first morning reading of the week, Carl Pearson ponders extraterrestrial life. Quite apt for Star Wars Day!
In her third and final morning reading of the week Jane Donnelly pushes the boat out a bit. In a longer than usual video she talks to her friend, Sally Walton, who was part of Team GB's bronze medal winning hockey team at the 2012 Games! Well worth a watch.