Archive for the ‘Events’ Category

Royal correspondence

As Year 3 have been studying World War 2 this term, all the children in 3CMK wrote a letter to a relative or family friend who grew up during or shortly after W...

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Elstree’s choirs perform at Woodley’s 50th festival

All three of Elstree’s choirs took part in the 50th Woodley Festival over the weekend – a very special occasion with an extremely high standard of singing....

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Award-winning author Tom Palmer visits Elstree

Award winning author Tom Palmer spent the day at Elstree School, Berkshire as part of their World Book Day celebrations. Tom gave an interactive presentation ba...

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Bradfield College award Dr. Gray Scholarship to Oliver

Elstree’s successes continued last week, with Bradfield College awarding Oliver the Dr. Gray all-rounder scholarship. Oliver combined his academic studies...

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Year 7’s mindful musical concert

It was our Year 7’s turn to perform their musical talents last Friday, which was a fitting way to end the Elstree Mental Health Awareness week. The audien...

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The name’s Bond, James Bond.

There’s no better way to make an impact than to don the dinner jacket, which is exactly what our Year 8 pulled out of the hat at their Casino Royale on Sa...

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Music By Candlelight

With over 165 candles lit providing a fabulous setting for our Candlelit Concert, this year the concert raised over £1000 for the St Peter’s Church spire fun...

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Roxburgh scholarship to Stowe

Elstree was delighted to learn that Year 8 pupil Jason has been awarded a  Roxburgh Scholarship to Stowe. In addition to strong academic potential, shown throu...

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Elstree’s mental health awareness week

Elstree encouraged pupils and staff to focus on mental health this week through a number of engaging activities. Sessions were organised for pupils to try new t...

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Year 3 and 4 informal music concert

What better way to start the half-term break than with a lovely hour of music performed by our talented Year 3 and 4. The concert programme was framed by the ch...

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