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We recently had a visit from Sarah at Educatus, who toured the school with our head, Dr Edmonds. We were delighted with the resulting Educatus Explorer blog post – it captures PGP perfectly. You can read the blog post at https://educatus.org.uk/educatus-explorer/parsons-green-prep.

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March news digest – part 2

Posted: 22nd May 2024

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House Photography Competition

We had a fantastic response to the House Photography Competition. 1st  – Gabriela (Y3) – the squirrel. 2nd – Sebastian (Y3) – the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. 3rd – Maeline (Y5) – the cat. 4th – Max (Y2) – the Dachshund. Well done to all the photographers on producing some lovely work.

Tag rugby v Brighton College Kensington

Years 3 to 6 played Brighton College Prep Kensington in tag rugby fixtures. Years 3 and 4 had five fantastic matches with the children displaying their handling and evading skills. Well done to Brighton, who took the wins. Year 3 results were 11-9, 10-8 and 8-4. Year 4 results were 10-9 and 10-6. Year 5 won both of their matches 12-10 and 12-8. Year 6 won a match 14-8, with Brighton winning the other 16-12. Well done to all Prep School children on another great week of rugby and thank you to Brighton College Prep Kensington for travelling.

The Easter Bonnet Parade

Lights, camera and strut! It was that time of year again where PGP pupils donned their best homemade Easter Bonnets and strutted the catwalk for the Spring 2024 Easter Bonnet Parade. It was an array of colour, design and flair. The children proudly presented their recyclable Easter bonnets, which ranged from the classic to the extravagant. PGP also held an exciting Easter egg hunt in the school grounds.

House Cup Winners

House Points are awarded each week for great academic work, sporting achievements and excellent behaviour, among other things, culminating in one of our four houses winning the coveted House Cup each term. Congratulations to Attenborough on winning the House Cup this term, with an average of 6.2 house points per pupil each week. Earhart and Williams were joint second on 6 and Shackleton came third with 5.8. Well done on a close contest everyone. Roll on the summer term.

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