A leading independent day school for boys & girls age 3-18

Choir School to Cardiff Metropolitan Cathedral

A member of The Society of Heads: accredited by the Independent Schools Council (ISC)

News from June 2021

  • Junior Achievers’ Lunch

    23 June 2021

    Congratulations to our Trinity term Achievers. These pupils attended a lunch with Mr Moody and me for being successful in their studies, super effort or being an excellent role model. As well as eating lunch with him, they asked Mr Moody many interesting questions about himself, even which century would be his favourite.…

  • Junior Book Club

    17 June 2021

    The theme of our most recent Book Club was ‘Adventure’ and it was brilliant to see our children competing with their customary enthusiasm and impressive knowledge once again, particularly as due to National Lockdowns this was our first Book Club competition since December! R8 and R9 loved the beautifully illustrated Kitty and the Moonlight Rescue by Paula Harrison; where through daring, friendship and self-belief our hero discovers she really is a superhero after all.…

  • R11 Reading Group

    16 June 2021

    R11 Reading Group encourages our keenest and most committed readers to explore challenging and thought-provoking books and discuss them in-depth. This time we looked at fear, insecurity and bereavement in Beverly Naidoo’s hard-hitting Carnegie medal winner, The Other Side of Truth. The children were utterly convinced by the portrait of 13-year-old Sade, forced to flee her comfortable life in Nigeria after a government coup places their campaigning journalist father and his family in danger.…

  • Aaaaaarrrrrgh10 Pirate day at Port Eynon

    15 June 2021

    Ahoy there me hearties! R10 had the opportunity to learn the skills necessary to become treasure hunters, these skills included; compass skills, map reading and grid referencing.  The pupils particularly enjoyed following the compass trail to search for pirate John Lucas’ lost cache of hidden treasure. Once the clues were followed and the booty was found, they turned the contraband into pirate chocolate gold and then R10 made their own treasure maps on the beach. …

  • R9 Trip to Llancaiach Fawr

    8 June 2021

    After many months, we were so excited to go on a school trip again!  We started with a tour of the manor house.  It was fascinating to hear how boys would clean the chimney with holly bushes and a goose. Another poor spit-boy had to sit by the hot fire turning the spit with a pig or sheep bigger than him. …