Archive for the ‘Events’ Category

House Cross Country Competition

This year’s race was a tightly fought event with the majority of boys putting in some excellent gutsy runs.  It was a magnificent whole school event and ever...

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Declamations Competition

On Friday 24th January the pupils of Elstree had a celebration of words and poetry.  The school welcomed Mr Chris Wheeler, Headmaster of Monkton Combe School t...

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Gong xi fa cai!

With the Chinese New Year rapidly approaching (as well as the first Exeat), everyone was welcomed with a colourful display by Lara and team this lunch-time. Sit...

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An evening of Performing Arts

The Elstree Jazz Band opened the Performing Arts Soiree with ‘Tuxedo Junction’, a number one hit for Glenn Miller and his orchestra in 1940.  Our Y...

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Paper planes and cinnamon twirls with our PALS

Elstree supports a number of charities, and PALS (Partners for Active Leisure Scheme) West Berkshire, is one that has received support from our school for many ...

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Politics is not boring!

Elstree was delighted to hear from Mr Hugh Barnes, Head of Politics at Uppingham School.  His lecture ‘Politics is not boring!’ covered a number of topical...

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Treasure hunt, art and bowling for our boarders

The first boarding weekend of the Lent term got off to a cracking start. First our pupils participated in a treasure hunt around the school, organised by Mr. At...

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Honorary Sports Exhibition to Radley

We were delighted to receive the news that Toby in Year 8 has received an Honorary Sports Exhibition to Radley.  Toby was assessed in his chosen sports –...

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Welcome back!

Elstree welcomed back boarders and day pupils yesterday and today. With a busy Lent Term ahead, there was a noticeable spring in everyone’s step. We hope ...

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A high note to the Term

The Lent Term has started on a high note with pupils achieving outstanding music and LAMDA results.   Of the 14 LAMDA students, 8 achieved distinctions, 5 gai...

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