Archive for the ‘Events’ Category

Nursery visit to Wellington Country Park

Nursery had a wonderful day exploring Wellington Country Park on Thursday 19th May. There was great excitement leading up to the day itself with count downs of ...

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JB Beastly Barrage of Backhands wins the Battle on Bates!!!!

Nine ab fab fashionistas, shockingly stylish in their modern interpretation of lawn tennis attire, armed with racket and rosé, rocked up at Bates on Friday nig...

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Year 3 Boarding Taster Session

Year 3 had a fun-packed evening with the boarders on Thursday 19th May, giving the Year 6 helpers a great run around! After designing some glorious-looking dens...

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Year 6 Informal Concert

It was the turn of the Year 6s to present their prepared pieces at the Informal Concert on Friday and we enjoyed hearing piano, drums, trumpet and voice. As us...

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Mothers’ Tennis Morning

On Monday 16th May tennis racquets were raised and trainers donned for the Mothers’ Tennis morning in order to raise extra funds for the Learning Development ...

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Parents and Sons’ Golf Tournament

It may not be Augusta, but the Elstree 9 hole golf course offers challenges that even Rory McIlroy might find difficulty in overcoming. Benches, scoreboards, pa...

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Boarders Go Great Big Tree Climbing

On a glorious Sunday afternoon on 15th May the boarders escaped to do some Great Big Tree Climbing at Grey Court National Trust house near Henley. They ascended...

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Vocal Concert

On Tuesday lunchtime, there was a vocal concert for the boys in Years 5-8.  It was lovely that so many boys, as well as parents and teachers, came to listen t...

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Mothers’ Tennis

On Monday morning around 20 mothers took part in the annual tennis tournament in aid of the Learning Support Department. It was a gorgeous sunny day and Bates w...

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Luke and his father feel the force!

It was Friday 13th and eight Elstree fathers bore something of the ghost in their complexions; however, paraskevidekatriaphobia was not to blame on this occasio...

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