Exams might be out the way, but summer hasn't begun quite yet for year 11, who will be returning after half term to attend one or more of our enrichment programmes.
Celebrating year 11!
On Wednesday, we celebrated the end of both Year 11's assessments and their time in the senior school.
Game, set, match
Both the year 7 & 8 and year 9 & 10 tennis squads had their first fixtures this month. These are the first PE fixtures that have taken place in 14 months, and it was so great to be back again competing, even if it was in a storm!
Save the date, save the world
Are you interested in learning more about some endangered species and what you can do to help?
Collaboration changes everything
Work on the long-awaited year 8 feature film, This Changes Everything, continues apace, with the drama department recruiting help from their D Floor friends in art and music for some creative set and soundtrack additions
Goodness gracious carbonaceous!
You may have spotted City alumna Dr Helena Bates on the news in the past few weeks explaining the significance of the meteorite that landed in Winchcombe earlier this year.
Farewell, Reverend Katharine Rumens
Reverend Katharine Rumens - who will be a familiar face to many after twenty years as Rector at our neighbouring St. Giles - retired last week
A marathon achievement: Hometown Half
Huge congratulations to Miss Squire, Mrs Helm, and Mr Aldridge for running not one, not two, but 13.1 miles in aid of the mental health charity Mind this weekend, as part of the second ever Hometown Half marathon.
What City means to me
This week, year 13 Elinor, leader of PrideSoc, gives her perspective on what City means to her.