‘LET OTHER PENS DWELL ON GUILT AND MISERY’
Jane Austen’s famous novel, Mansfield Park, was viewed from a completely new and different perspective when the British composer Jonathan Dove chose to use the novel as the basis for an opera – the ... read more »
Imogen Peterson, Beatrice Pilgrim and Isabel Robinson were awarded the People's Choice Award at the TeenTech national final which was held at the Royal Society recently. They designed a piece of wearable technology that can detect UV radiation. It tells the wearer ... read more »
Mae Woolman, aged 9, of Alton has won our art competition with this lovely piece on the theme of "Summer". The judges commented that this was, "a summery sunny scene, full of colour and fun, with fabulous attention to detail." Many congratulations, Mae!
Calling all AlumniACS artists, please! Unclaimed Art GCSE / Level sketchbooks or final pieces* created prior to this academic year (2016-17) must be collected from school, by arrangement with Mrs Inglis (email@example.com), by this Friday, 7th July.
Pieces submitted for examination this ... read more »
Amelia Rich, Rose FitzGerald and Sophia Alexander have all qualified for the Aldershot & District Athletics Team - many congratulations to them all!
(Junior District Athletics Report to follow soon...)
Twenty five girls from our choirs and orchestra were treated to some heavenly inspiration at a performance of the inspiring musical ‘Sister Act’ at the Mayflower Theatre, Southampton.
After a year of dedicated work, we relaxed and watched other brilliant performances for ... read more »
For the second year, an extraordinary logistical feat was accomplished as 250 pupils were transported to the Aldershot Garrison Stadium for our spectacular Sports Day. The weather was kind to us and, in spite of predictions that it might start to pour around midday, the rain held off until the ... read more »