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Head's Weekly Review 15 10 2021

Keeping up with everything going on at Roedean.

We have nearly reached the end of the first half of term, and everyone has settled back into school life very well. Last week we hosted a STEM Experience Day for 50 excited and enthusiastic students from Prep and local primary schools. The Science Faculty put on a carousel of brilliant practical activities, covering Biology, Chemistry, and Physics, and our visitors loved being in full-size Science labs. In other news, a class from Downs View School visited the School Farm last week. This was the first time the students had been able to visit since the start of the pandemic, and they loved feeding and petting the goats, sheep, chickens, and ducks. And finally, we had another wonderful teatime recital, and students from almost every year group in School took part. There was wonderful music as well as delicious brownies made by Roedean’s fantastic catering team. Read these stories and more in the Head’s Weekly Review.

 

 

 

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