Victoria Wen has quick-stepped her way to third place in the National Grand Finals for ballroom dancing.
Last week as part of their People Who Help Us Topic, Pre-School and Reception were lucky enough to welcome two Police Officers to school.
Years Five and Six went on a school trip to the Royal Observatory on Friday. A short detour was made to see the Cutty Sark, a British clipper ship, used to transport tea from China and wool from Australia.
Science and History often go hand in hand. Year Five discovered that the Ancient Greeks used Science in designing their weapons.
Walk to School Month has been a very successful and worthwhile focus on staying healthy and also the importance of looking after our environment.
The Friends of Benedict House organised a fabulous coffee morning in aid of a highly worthwhile cause in respect of an illness which at some point or another touches just about every family, to a greater or lesser extent.
We were fortunate to have Serita Solomon, Olympic hurdler, visit the school and put the children through their paces as they raised money for charity.
Benedict House is proud to have received the Transport for London Stars programme Gold Award after five years of commitment.
Last week, to celebrate Roald Dahl Day and to help with our focus on reading, not only did the children dress up but they also got the chance to take part in many educational activities associated with the books.
Year Five have been studying Greek Theatre. They have researched what the masks looked like and added a modern twist to their designs.
At the end of last term, the Year Three and Four classes ended off with an amazing ‘Camping at School’ night.
After weeks and weeks of rehearsals, the hard work of all the children, Mr Bell, Mr Ferguson and Mrs Allen finally paid off… and what a show it was!
Last Friday the parents and children of Benedict House Prep School were treated to a thrilling Sports Day under the warm sun.
What a fabulous, gloriously sunny day the community enjoyed at our annual Summer Fayre!
Everyone enjoyed each activity PGL had to throw at them from canoeing to archery to aeroball to climbing and a leap of faith, to survival skills and an assault course, and so much more besides.
House competion sees all children trying their hardest for those precious House Points!
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Once again the Benedict House community came up trumps and worked really hard to leave their cars at home or park away from Victoria Road. A real highlight of the week was the Marathon Challenge in which all the children and some of the staff took part.
British Seaside Open Day and Summer Fete on Saturday 17th June. Fun for all the children at Bendeict House Prep School!