6th December 19
Science trip to the Natural History Museum followed by Ice-skating
The entire Forth form recently undertook the annual pilgrimage to the Natural History Museum. A wonderful opportunity for Biology learning away from the restrictive boundaries of the school classroom.
The focus of the morning was to see how art can make profound statements about science. This was so clearly demonstrated by the beautifully photographed and descriptive exhibits of the ‘Wildlife Photographer of the Year’ Gallery. Of particular poignancy were the numerous pictures describing the detrimental effects we, as humans, are having on the environment and its inhabitants worldwide.
Following on from our time inside, and just a step away outside, the pupils laughed and shouted for joy as they skated, in most parts pretty ungracefully, in the shadow of the Museum around a beautifully decorated Christmas tree at the centre of the really cold Ice-rink. It was great to end the day watching our wonderful pupils having so much fun. The 4th Form were a credit to the School and to themselves with their excellent behaviour. A very good day was had by all.
Albert Edwin Mawer died peacefully at home on Monday 23rd of March, in the care of his beloved wife, Rosemary. Bertie was at the heart of King Edward’s for thirty-seven years, arriving here in January 1949. At that time, the School was still lodged at Hambledon Workhouse having given up its berth at King...