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Lonely Are the Brilliant: Flavia de Luce

Review: As Chimney Sweepers Come to Dust, by Alan Bradley
Delacorte, 2015. 392 pp. $25

If you haven’t met Flavia de Luce yet, you should. 540 more words

Reviews And Columns

Catholic Independent Schools Conference

“The Joy of the Gospel in our Schools” was the title of the recent annual conference of the Catholic Independent Schools Conference, held 15-16 January 2015 at Oatlands Park Hotel, Weybridge. 9 more words

The Girls of St. Hilda's

Comforting, somehow,

Liz describes the class reunion.

Every year, school chums

gather like blackbirds in a tree,

singing for just one day

in a far corner of England. 43 more words

Poems

Maths Pictionary of the Month - read the latest from our Prefect Blog

As a Further Maths student at OHS, I have always been very keen to answer any problem presented to me. When I was in Year 7 and Year 8, we play a ‘ 364 more words

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Multi-tasking.....How a drama prefect managed to weave careers insight and A-Level advice into a play rehearsal

Early on in the term

I am helping out at an Open Evening when our Head of Year 7 asks if I will help her with the Year 7 Admissions Day play, the play performed by current Year 7’s to the Year 6 girls on the day of their entrance exams into Senior School, to give them an idea of what life is like at OHS.   583 more words

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"Women at Work" Series

The New York Times recently started running “Women at Work,” a four-part series by Adam Grant and Sheryl Sandberg about women in the workplace. Grant is a professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the author of… 337 more words

All-Girls Schools

A Day in the Life at Bletchley Park - a Prefect's view

Tasked with writing a 25 minute Theatre in Education play aimed at Primary School children,  we looked to Bletchley Park “Britain’s Best Kept Secret” where the work done by Codebreakers helped shorten WWII by two years. 433 more words

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