Posted Friday, 6 December 2013 / Written by Justin Chippendale
I have just come from the Nursery Nativity, ‘Whoops-A-Daisy Angel’, and this afternoon I head to King’s College Chapel with both of our Choirs for our Carol Service rehearsal - the Christmas spirit is definitely with us! By the way, our Senior Choir sang beautifully at the County Ground yesterday for two different audiences and then popped back for some afternoon lessons - all in a day’s work!
Talking about busy children, our Academic scholars completed their mock exams earlier this week and they all seem to be in good order as they head towards their exams in late February. They have coped exceptionally well this term with the play, sports fixtures, Music and Drama festivals, County tournaments, Carol Service rehearsals and aforementioned performances at the County Ground, as well as maintaining standards akin to GCSE and above in their studies.
Once again, this week has been full of the incredible range of King’s Hall children’s efforts and accomplishments and makes for very rewarding reading. As we come towards the final week of term, I find myself a very proud Headmaster of all we have achieved as a community these last few months.