Archive for the ‘Extra Curricular’ Category

Year 7 Trip to ‘Life of Christ’ at Wintershall

On Tuesday 18th June Year 7 flooded on down to the Wintershall Estate in Surrey for the annual Life of Christ play.  It’s an open-air, all-day play retel...

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Mothers’ and Sons’ Tennis Tournament

Nine mothers and their sons played in our annual tennis tournament on Friday 21st June. The sun shone brightly for the first time in many weeks. All pairs playe...

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Year 8 Life Skills Day

On Thursday the Year 8 boys were put through their paces with ‘Life Skills Morning’.  Having divided into 6 groups, they worked their way round the various...

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Which house was the Top Banana?

Last Thursday, West House hosted the latest round of the ‘Top Banana’ inter-house competition. The whole school gathered in anticipation on the front lawn f...

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The swan (song) has landed

The Elstree School Chapel Choir had the great fortune of performing their final concert in the picturesque setting of Mapledurham Church near Pangbourne, Berksh...

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Meeting our PALS

On Saturday, Elstree School welcomed children and adults from one of our supported charities – PALS (Partners for Active Leisure Scheme).  The morning st...

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Year 4 Henley River and Rowing Museum Trip

Year 4 took a trip to the River & Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames, and despite the wet conditions, soaked up the sights, got excited about the experiments...

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Oratory School Golf

On Tuesday June 11th Mr Williams and I took a team of 6 Elstree boys over to the Oratory School to play in their Prep School’s Golf Tournament. Our team consi...

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Elstree Boys Golf

Parents and Sons’ Golf Competition

On a slightly breezy but sunny June afternoon, ten Elstree boys, accompanied by their adult partners, headed off to complete the tricky 9-hole Elstree golf cour...

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Kite Flying on Watership Down and The Importance of Being Earnest.

8SEW began the day by hopping on the mini buses and travelling up to Watership Down in Kingsclere with Mr and Mrs Inglis.  We hiked up the hill, playing cricke...

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