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  • 26/11/21

    Enter our Christmas Windows Competition

    The windows of the Rupert House School building have been decorated with festive pictures. If you look at them in order, from left to right, top to bottom, you may see that the pictures illustrate a well-known festive story or poem. Have you guessed what it might be? If so, pleas...
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  • 08/12/21

    Festive fun in maths

    Year 3 have been getting into the Christmas spirit while revising 3D shapes in their maths lesson this week. These snowmen were much easier to make than real snowmen, and could be done in the comfort and warmth of the classroom!  
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  • 08/12/21

    Job vacancies at Rupert House

    We currently have three open opportunities for new staff at Rupert House. If you, or someone you know, would be interested in any of the following roles, please get in touch with us at office@ruperthouse.oxon.sch.uk 
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  • 08/12/21

    Using French verbs

    In Year 6 French lessons the children have worked hard to use the verbs “Jouer” (to play) and “Faire” (to do) in the present tense in order to write about their hobbies. Madame Sheriff was impressed by the efforts the children put in writing with...
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  • 08/12/21

    Artist of the Week

    Our Artist of the Week is Amelía M in Year 4. Her pen and oil pastel picture is inspired by Kandinsky, but she had made it her own. Her abstract sky over a fictional Henley-on-Thames brings to mind an enormous firework; fantastic! 
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  • 04/12/21

    Cross Country Winners!

    What a great finish to the Chiltern Edge Winter Cross Country Series. Some incredible team and individual achievements resulting in Rupert House coming first place overall... AGAIN! Well done and thank you to our Cross Country reps who have shown great enthusiasm and  leadership through...
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  • 30/11/21

    Separating in Science

    In Science, the Year 5 children have been learning to separate mixtures. They enjoyed practical activities like sieving flour and raisins, using a magnet to separate paper clips and rice.
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  • 30/11/21

    Year 5 create Bethlehem Village in their Art lesson

    This afternoon, we were lucky to have a visit from Peter Greenman, the Children and Youth Minister at Holy Trinity Church. Year 5 helped him make model houses for a Bethlehem village which will be used in the church for their Christmas display, ‘Follow the Star’.
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  • 26/11/21

    A musical afternoon for Prep

    On Thursday afternoon, we were delighted to welcome a large number of Prep School parents into School to hear the musical talents of some of our Prep School children. 
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  • 26/11/21

    Alice wins the Mayor's Christmas Card Design Competition

    Congratulations to Alice in Year 3, who won the Mayor’s Christmas card competition this year. Alice’s colourful and festive watercolour painting, centred around St Mary’s Church, was chosen from a number of fantastic entries.
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  • 24/11/21

    Artist of the Week

    Piper S, Year 5, is our Artist of the Week. Inspired by the Brazilian artist, Beatriz Milhazes, Piper designed and created a beautiful abstract window. She used simple shapes, vibrant colours and thought about ‘balance’ in her work.  
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  • 24/11/21

    Artists for the Day

    The school was a sea of colour this morning as Year 2 came in dressed as famous artists or pieces of art, as part of their topic this term on 'Artists Around the World'. They had a festive, fun-filled day of all things arty!
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