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January 2021

  • 26/01/21

    Pre-Prep Newsletter - 22nd January 2021

    ‘The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry.’ So said Robert Burns in his poem, ‘To a Mouse’ in 1786.  2020 and early 2021 have reminded us that whatever plans we humans have in place, some good, some may be less so, they can go awry and be trumped by a situation...
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  • 26/01/21

    Year 7 Explore Wordsworth's Poetry

    Year 7 has produced some excellent poetry inspired by Wordsworth's poem 'Composed Upon Westminster Bridge'. They have been exploring a range of poetry exploring the city of London, looking at how description does more than merely describe but seeks to convey the writer's at...
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  • 25/01/21

    HEAD’S UPDATE Week beginning 18th January

    During the last lockdown, there was an overwhelming feeling of relief that as a school we were facing restrictions during the Summer Term, as opposed to the Winter one, the prospect of which felt somewhat unbearable. The restrictions felt more manageable during the longer and warmer days.  I...
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  • 18/01/21

    Head's Weekly Update

       W E E K L Y   U P D A T E I do hope this finds you all well, and that you are successfully adapting to a new and somewhat unexpected school routine. As the new term officially began, snow also fell and Mowden looked truly beautiful.  I had resolved not to use the term...
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  • 14/01/21

    Congratulations

    Many congratulations to Sophie L for qualifying (pre lockdown) for a Schools Eventer's Challenge Class at Hickstead in May. We all hope this event is able to go ahead. This has also been recognised with a nomination for the Mowden Hall School Book of Excellence. 
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January 2021

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