Month: November 2019

Paul’s Puzzles 22nd November 2019

22nd November 2019

Either Is having a pet hamster ‘in a cage’ cruel? Is it the equivalent of caging a jaguar? What about your fish tank and a dolphinarium? Or How do you decide which animals or insects have rights or don’t? How much depends on them looking cute or ugly? Just check out this lovely song! Never…

Senior House Concert

22nd November 2019

Our Senior House musicians treated parents to a wide selection of pieces at our concert last night.  Congratulations to all those who took part and played so beautifully.

ISI Inspection

22nd November 2019

As you can imagine, we have had a busy week. The inspectors from the Independent Schools Inspectorate arrived on Tuesday morning and spent three days at the school, chatting to the boys and wandering in and out of lessons. Thank you to everyone who completed the parental questionnaire: your feedback was very useful in helping…

Tate Modern Exhibition

22nd November 2019

Last year, our Year 3 boys (now in Year 4), took part in Steve McQueen’s Tate Modern project, which began by trying to capture class photos of as many Year 3 children in London schools as possible. These class photos have been brought together into a single large-scale installation, capturing tens of thousands of Year…

Anti Bullying Week

15th November 2019

Our Deputy Head Boy and his team delivered an informative, powerful and practical ‘Anti Bullying’ assembly to the Senior House on Monday morning.  The boys were respectful and reflective of what we, as a school, can do to stamp out all bullying and continue to live in a peaceful and caring environment. The theme continued…

The History of the School

15th November 2019

Following his presentation to parents and alumni on Thursday evening, Nigel Watson, the author of the book on the history of our school, ‘The Story of St. Anthony’s’, returned this morning to present assemblies to both the Junior and the Senior Houses. The boys were introduced to what life was like at St. Anthony’s during…

Paul’s Puzzles 15th November 2019

15th November 2019

Either Can you explain the origins of ping pong balls and how they bounce in their unique ‘pingy pongy’ way? If you actually think about it, listen to the sound they make and the way they try to get away from you, they are really odd things! Or Isn’t it odd that with all our…

Remembrance Assembly

8th November 2019

On Friday, the Senior House had their Armistice Day assembly. Led by three boys in Year 8, a moving insight into the lives of family members was presented. This was then followed by The Last Post, played by Paul Keyte and a minutes silence was observed. A memorable assembly.

Cabaret Dinner

8th November 2019

Thank you so much to everyone who helped make our Cabaret Dinner, held last night (7th November), such a success. Paul Beeney and his team worked hard to produce a delicious feast and special thanks also go to our fantastic musicians who added to the lovely atmosphere. Generous donations from our parent body resulted in…

Year 2 Assembly

8th November 2019

A special thanks goes out today to 2H, who presented an excellent assembly on the importance of kindness and of including others, both in the classroom and on the playground. They also gave an important message about who the boys can turn to at school if they feel that someone is being unkind. A nod…

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