Week Ending 22nd March

22nd March 24






Dear Parents

I hope you are all well.

It has been an action-packed end to the term, with Sevenoaks Prep hosting two rugby tournaments, house
matches and our Years 6, 7 and 8 pupils heading off on the ski trip to Switzerland. We welcomed Rio 2016
GB hockey gold medallist Alex Dawson on Thursday afternoon to join our celebration hockey tea for our
Years 7 and 8 girls; Alex shared her journey to The Olympics and praised our pupils on their incredible
success both regionally and nationally. We all got to hold a gold medal too! The production of “Peter Pan
Jr.” was a roaring success, with our Years 5 and 6 pupils putting on memorable performances, and our Year
7 pupils joined together with Year 2 for the Easter Bunny Bop. Last week, as part of our Years 7 and 8
Lecture Series, we welcomed Dr Barney Davies from Brighton College to talk about “The Secret Life of
Birds”. Sporting colours, token awards and prefect promotions made up our final assembly of the term. It
has most certainly been a busy few weeks!

I hope that you all manage to find time for some relaxation over the Easter period – and I look forward to
welcoming everyone back for what I am sure will be a wonderful Summer Term 2024.

Best wishes

Luke Harrison








Dear Parents and Guardians,

As we come to the end of the spring term, I am filled with deep joy reflecting on the incredible journey of learning and
growth our children have experienced these past months. It has been a term filled with enriching experiences,
captivating adventures and boundless imagination.

Our little learners have embarked on stunning starts to their new curriculum topics, igniting their curiosity
with a diverse range of activities. From savouring the flavours of Scottish and Chinese cuisines to
transforming into their own superheroes and fairy tale characters, each day has been a whirlwind of
excitement and discovery.

Both indoors and outdoors, our curriculum has flourished. Despite battling the elements, from extreme cold
to rainy days, our children have embraced every moment of outdoor exploration. The recent burst of
springlike weather has only added to the magic of our Outdoor Adventures. It was particularly
heartwarming to witness the Kindergarten children as they began their hard work in the allotment this
week. The promise of what might grow in the coming months fills us all with anticipation and wonder.
As we approach the Easter break, I hope that each of you finds time to enjoy precious moments with your
loved ones. May this holiday be filled with joy, laughter and cherished memories.

Looking ahead, I am excited to announce that the summer term promises to be super busy and brimming
with even more opportunities for our children to shine. From continued exploration of new topics to
engaging in exciting school productions, Maypole and much more, there’s so much to look forward to!
Thank you for your unwavering support throughout this term. Your partnership is invaluable as we continue
to nurture and inspire our young learners. Wishing you all a restful and enjoyable Easter break.

Warm regards

Helen Cook