2023 - 2024
Chinese New Year 2024
Have PRIDE In Our History
Classics - January 2024
Non-Fiction November Display
Celebrating Our Sisters
Holocaust Memorial Day 2023
Queen Elizabeth II (1926 - 2022)
The Queen's Platinum Jubilee 2022
Mental Health Awareness Week 2022
Holocaust Memorial Day 2022
Following on from our World Book Day Competition where we invited students to write a limerick based on a book character, a display of the best entries has been put up in the main school for all to see and appreciate.
Special congratulations to Isabella for her limerick about Macbeth.
It is believed Shakespeare was born in April 1564, so every April we like to commemorate this event in some way. This year we have a display in the main school, exploring the different periods of his writing, from his early comedies through to his collaboration on his last surviving plays, Henry VIII and The Two Noble Kinsmen.
European Day of Languages
To mark the European Day of Languages celebrated on 26th September, students and staff were invited to participate in European Day of Languages Department Bingo!
The bingo challenges included, “Bake or cook a typical German or French dish or “Find some good German or French memes”, or "Looking up the French or German words for 10 things in the home".
2022 - 2023
Coronation of Charles III
2021 - 2022
On 11th November 2021 we had a whole school assembly for Remembrance Day when once again we acknowledged and remembered the sacrifices that members of the armed forces and civilians made in war over the last 100 years. This year is the centenary of the Royal British Legion and so special appreciation is being given to the work and support they have given to serving and ex- personnel; a lifeline to many who have been affected and traumatised by war. On Sunday it is the nation’s day of Remembrance and Ms Kattirtzi has been kindly invited by Reading School to attend their service and lay a wreath at the Kendrick War Memorial.
Inspiring Women of 2021
2020 - 2021
Connecting With Nature
This week (10-16 May 2021) marks Mental Health Awareness Week which is hosted by the Mental Health Foundation. Mark Rowland, the Chief Executive of the foundation was inspired by a conversation with an elderly friend who lived alone, had recently had a fall and found herself separated from her community. She explained to Mark that she got through it by taking daily comfort from watching the birds sing to each other on the fence and the flowers re-emerge from the frosts of winter.
During the long months of the pandemic, millions turned to nature. Research showed that more people were noticing nature and spending time in nature than before. This year they are highlighting the powerful benefits of nature on our mental health.
In the library we have a display suggesting ways we can all connect with nature and in turn help our own mental health. Suggestions include bringing nature into our own homes or spaces, sharing nature through photographs as well as taking exercise outside and appreciating the nature around us.
2019 - 2020