A wonderful welcome back
We have been so lucky to see so many of our Prep School pupils back into school for the first couple of weeks after the half term and to see the continued enthusiasm from our Senior pupils in their studies and charity efforts.
We welcomed back over 60 pupils into our Prep School which has been delightful. To see them all coming in smiles on their faces, eager and excited to see their friends and their teachers was a wonderful thing for all in school.
Not only did we get to welcome back pupils, but we also got to welcome 7 ducklings which were given birth to in our Prep School courtyard! Year 1 looked after them brilliantly they went on their way happily to the nearby lake.
Well done Radnor it was a brilliant day back at school very well managed and organised we had complete confidence in the school keeping the children safe!
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To celebrate Pride month, the Prep school were given a wonderful presentation by Mrs Bliss to learn all about Pride and what it stands for. Pupils were also read 'Who's in my family?' by Rob Harris.
Pupils across both the Senior and Prep School have been working hard and creatively to raise a great deal of money for charity. This has involved sponsored exercise, bake off, change collections from around the house and soon to be sponsored 'lockdown house' hair styles and hair cuts!
Our music teacher Mr Valentine, who has been running music concerts every Tuesday lunch time for our Prep students, also compiled a video of over 400 musicians playing in isolation. From Radnor House Sevenoaks, Max B from Year 4, Joseph O from Year 5 and Joseph N from Year 10 took part in this wonderful piece of music that you can watch below.
We can't wait to welcome back Year 10 and Year 12 to school next week!