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The weather held - just - for our Sponsored Walk on Tuesday. We were joined by representatives of the House Charities and Cllr Robins, Mayor of Brighton & Hove, was guest of honour.

The performing arts have taken central stage this week with LAMDA Drama performances and our music recitals live streamed to parents. It was very reassuring to see and hear that many of our musicians and actors have continued to make excellent progress, despite the toll that restrictions have taken on live performances. At the Pre-Prep Sports Day we were treated to an afternoon of very good sportsmanship, which our youngest children seemed to thoroughly enjoy. The weather stayed dry, just, for our Sponsored Walk, and so too for a number of trips covered in the pages within. Those pages reflect what busy and vibrant lives our pupils have and how the school celebrates and makes the most of the wonderful city in which we live and of its environs.

There has been variety in the classroom too, with our languages department marking World Languages Day with celebrations of our multilingual community, the children enjoying fun challenges on ‘Moving up Monday’ and a wide range of learning experiences for all.
Next week will be equally busy as we draw to the end of an academic year which we will all remember and which we will look back on with a real sense of fulfilment.

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