School children in Henley had great sporting fun raising money for Sport Relief.
Children and teachers at schools in Henley celebrated World Book Day yesterday by dressing up in book characters and spent the day listening, reading and writing stories as well special art activities.
‘Oh, what fun we had’ decorating our Mayor’s Christmas house, we’re sure is what the children would be singing whilst they decorated their house. Eighteen different houses were on show […]
Is There a Baby in There? The animals in the farmyard are patiently waiting for a new baby to arrive. Will it be a lamb, a calf or a foal? […]
Darcy Dryden who goes to Rupert House School has won the Mayor’s Christmas card competition this year. Darcy, aged 8, who lives in Hurst used paints and coloured pencils to […]
On Friday children at the schools in Henley raised lots of money for the annual BBC Children in Need Appeal. At Badgemore School all the children and staff came to […]
The first defibrillator of the ‘Millie’s Dream’ campaign was presented to Rupert House yesterday morning by the Mayor, Stefan Gawrysiak. The ‘Millie’s Dream’ campaign was set up by Sarah Roberts […]
Rupert House School gardening club were awarded a Level 5 in the Campaign for School Gardening 2013 from the Royal Horticultural Society yesterday. The morning assembly commenced with a slideshow […]
Today the Mayor, Stefan Gawrysiak took the assembly at Rupert House School. The Mayor explained that Henley-on -Thames was a village originally and became a town in 1023. In 1600, […]
Rupert House School has appointed a new Headmistress to replace Mrs Niki Gan who is retiring after seven years at the school. Mrs Clare Lynas, who will be joining the […]