Founder’s Day

Our year of events to celebrate 50 years since the founding of the school were rounded off with a wonderful Mass celebrated by Bishop Richard Moth attended by the whole school community, invited guests and over 70 former staff.

Our year of celebrations had got off to a great start at the beginning of this academic year with a gold, yellow or orange non-uniform day and the whole school community entered into the spirit of the day. We then had a musicathon, 50 hours of sponsored music practice, followed by a staff pantomime and a whole school picnic – what a lot of fun!

Sailing on the Queen’s Row Barge Gloriana, escorted by our rowers in their flotilla, was a highlight of the summer term as well as a tree planting ceremony attended by 2 former Headmasters and a former parent, Rt Hon MP Anne Milton.

Founded by Canon Peter Freed in 1968 our school continues to be a community where each individual matters and children develop a long-lasting love for learning.