A feast fit for a saint and a hoard of hungry boarders was prepared and served by Head Chef Ricky to celebrate St George’s Day on Monday – a banquet of turkey crown, Yorkshire puds and all the trimmings was devoured!
This week’s trip to Marwell Zoo was multi-faceted as Lower Sixth Biologists and Psychologists, and First Formers attended workshops including ‘Role of the Modern Zoo’ and ‘Animal Behaviour’.
Superstar skier Molly returned to school and presented Prior’s Field with the Artemis British Interschool Ski U12 Girls trophy as well as displaying the many other medals she won this season.
Over the Easter holidays, DofE Gold practice group headed to Devon to walk 50K around Dartmoor and wild camp, while another training group headed to Scotland to kayak on Loch Long and Loch Goil – spotting humpback whales, porpoises and seals along the way.
A stunning performance by Fourth Former Evelyn as captain for the Surrey Storm U15 match against Manchester Thunder. Impressive match against much more experienced opponents.
Mrs Kirnig welcomes our new buzzy intake this week – a colony of over 20,000 bees have come to live at PF under the watchful and expert eye on Chief Beekeeper and Maintenance Manager, Nigel. No honey is expected this year as the bees settle into their new home, but watch this space for bee news!
‘Super nurse’ and old girl Amy Formstone visited on Monday to give a careers talk about her job as a Clinical Nurse Specialist for patients at risk of deterioration and resuscitation at The Royal Free Hospital.
Upper Sixth Form Sociologists attended a morning session at the Guildford Magistrates’ Court last week to see the British Criminal Justice system working in real-time.
The Sports Hall was awash with leotards on Thursday when 90 gymnasts from 12 schools took part in the Surrey Novice Gymnastics Competition hosted as usual by PF.
Second Former Romana won at Winchester tennis club in a Grade – 3 tournament (14&U category) and is now Top 42 in UK.
A busy time for First Former Sophie including a win at Winchester tennis club in a Grade -3 tournament (12&U category), adding more points to her ranking, and she is now Top 27 in UK.
A successful day at the Surrey Tennis Festival for PF including a first place for the U13 and second place for U12 tennis players.
Our latest winner is First Former Georgie who made a delicious pesto, mature cheddar and mozzarella plait served with feta and olives.
Commonwealth steeplechase athlete Rosie Clarke put Prior’s Field girls through their paces as she bought a touch of the Gold Coast with her.
Sixth Former Anja had a flying start to her Biathle season coming third in the annual national series organised by Pentathlon GB.
The athletics season has already been crammed full for First Former Christina, winning gold at the Wimbledon Young Athletes Open in the Girls U13 800M.
Inter-hockey competition success for First Former Annabelle and Second Former Alice W playing for Surrey U13 Panthers, beating Oxford 2-0 and narrowly losing to Kent 3-2.
First Former Lucy I was nominated for Most Improved Player of the year by Haslemere Hockey Club.
Over the Easter holidays, our GCSE History students travelled to Berlin to bring to life their studies of Twentieth Century History. The trip was jam packed with fascinating historical sites including the Reichstag, Brandenburg Gate, the Berlin Wall Memorial Museum and much more.
The sound of willow on leather returns to PF as cricket is once again on the curriculum for all forms for the first time in recent history, and our very own cricket team started their competitive season against Thomas’s Clapham.
The seeds were sown for our Third and Fourth Form Huxley Squad on Tuesday as Dr Goldsmith led a talk on Oxbridge and Russell Group universities and the girls start considering their next steps.