Nature Trail on Wimbledon Common- September 2017

At the start of term each year we have our annual Nature Trail day on Wimbledon Common. All year groups work together in mixed age groups and the day gives a chance at the beginning of term for pupils to socialise and get to know each other as well as developing teamwork skills and individual initiative. Later, back at school,…

School trips- week 36

During week 36 all the children enjoyed an exciting week of school trips. Years 1-4 spent the day exploring on Wimbledon common. The children walked from school to the common where they had fun climbing trees, balancing, ball games and whittling. Years 5-7 had a fun packed three day activity camp at Marchant’s Hill in Surrey where…

School trip to Paris- Year 8-10

Day one in Paris. A super start! After a nice trip on Eurostar to France we arrived at our Hotel. From there we went sightseeing to beautiful Montmartre and the famous Sacre Coeur with the views over Paris. We have a great group of teenagers , positive, polite and enjoying themselves abroad. Tomorrow we look forward to…

Sports Clubs and Activities

The following are some suggestions but this is not a comprehensive list, you may find many more clubs and sports activities in Wimbledon and London. Sports&Activities Links 2018  

Year 1 & 2 sleepover- 01.06.2017

Last night years 1 & 2 had their annual sleepover at the school. This year professional climbers came to teach the pupils how to climb the tallest tree in the school grounds. And that is tall! It was really exciting and lots of fun, but also a bit tiring. After climbing it was good to…

Sports Day- 4th May 2017

We enjoyed a very active and fun sports day at Wimbledon Athletics ground with jumping, running, throwing, brilliant co operation and whole hearted effort by all students. We might even have some European champions among us, as we also compete against the other Norwegian Schools abroad.

Open Day- 1st April 2017

We had a wonderful day when the school opened its doors to all parents, grandparents, neighbours and other visitors. The pupils proudly showed off their classrooms and displays of their completed work from this year. We were even lucky enough to have the Mayor of Merton visit, and she had some very wise words to…