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The Power of Pictures

Designing a bespoke school curriculum was by far the most enjoyable of the challenges I faced when preparing for the opening of our school last summer. My first and most important task was to decide what our approach to literacy would be. Without hesitation, I implemented a scheme called ‘The Power of Reading’; an initiative…

#playmatters

The most rewarding part of my role as an educator is witnessing the joy experienced by a child when they are at play. Play is the time for creating our own ideas, making new discoveries, finding interest in our environment and sharing enjoyment with those around us. Too often in my time working with children…

Mindfulness in the classroom

Mindfulness in the classroom

What do legs feel like from the inside? Which animal is your mind like right now? Since waking up this morning, what have you done on autopilot? Year 3 have been busy exploring unusual questions like these in recent weeks during their PSHE lessons. As part of an introduction to mindfulness, the girls experimented with…

Headteacher’s Blog: Maths…it’s good to talk!

Having celebrated our very first Maths Week, the girls left on Friday afternoon buzzing with excitement for Maths. Additional activities and workshops were organised with the aim of creating a spark for a subject which doesn’t always come top of the popularity poll amongst 8 year old girls. Our young mathematicians became ‘pattern spotters’ and…

Year 3 Trip to the Natural History Museum

Last Friday 28th April, Year 3 visited the National History Museum in South Kensington in order to explore and discover more about their Science topic, Rocks. During their visit, the girls undertook the geologist challenge, setting off on a race against time to complete 6 challenges found in the Earth’s Treasury gallery before time was up. Challenge titles…

STEM Week

What better way to spend the week which sees the world celebrating International Women’s Day than by introducing our girls to some of the more cutting edge areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths? On Monday the girls learnt about the forces of flight and experimented by building aircraft. They were encouraged to use their…

E-Safety Parent Information

E-Safety Parent Information

A presentation discussing the key issues around internet safety and how we can protect our children online. SASG Parents esafety info  

Ham & High Education feature- Storytelling week

Ham & High Education feature- Storytelling week

Ham & High feature- Storytelling week

Ham & High feature- Storytelling week

Whole Day of Reading including Author Visit – Lou Kuenzler, February 6th

Last week, as part of National Storytelling Week, St. Anthony’s School for Girls hosted a Whole Day of Reading! The girls brought in their favourite tales to compete in the inaugural SASG Book Election and participated in some Drop Everything And Read to celebrate putting aside time for reading for pleasure, with even staff members taking part! Olivia also read an excerpt…