Month: April 2023

Les Miserables Review

28th April 2023

Les Incroyables To stage a school production of the iconic Les Misérables is daunting, to do this in a historic Tudor room and solely in French, with a number of students who are not studying the language, even more so!  However, thanks to an innovative approach to production, performance and setting, the MFL Department staging…

Reflection: Tolerance

24th April 2023

Tolerance means accepting differences in people: their opinions, beliefs, practices, racial or ethnic origins, and so on.  It’s a fair attitude towards those who are different from us, and it is essential for living in a diverse world In our daily lives, we encounter people who are different from us in many ways, and sometimes…

Half-Term Trips

21st April 2023

The Easter holidays were jam-packed with trips both abroad and within the UK, across many subject departments. Fourth Form students visited the newly built Soho Place Theatre in London for a performance of Euripides’ popular Greek tragedy, Medea. The tragedy was set to a superb soundtrack and had ingenious staging, including a Chorus of Corinthian…