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  • End of Term Magazine

    Click on the image below for a round up of the latest news and events.

  • Fashion Futures update

    With just one week of 'making left the FAD Fashion Finalists are making fantastic progress on their creations with all hands on the sewing machines! On the right hand side you can see LPGS student Issy Daniels with her creative design. Once they have added their final flourishes thoughts will shift to  ‘Presentation Day.’ This is when the students present their work to a panel of industry judges for Summer School selection. We all know presentations can be nerve wracking, so we wish all the finalists the best of the luck particularly our LPGS girls: Ayo Jose...

  • STEM Robot Engineering Club

    The STEM Club LPGS entered the Tomorrow’s Engineers Lego Robotic Challenge during the Autumn term and we were successful in being provided with 2 Lego robots, expansion Lego brick kits and software to learn how to operate. Myself and Mr Fisher (Lead Technology Technician) were able to receive some valuable training to be able to teach students at KS3 how to build and programme the robots. Tomorrow’s Engineers explained to us that there would be a space challenge competition held in London in February that the students would work towards. We decided to run the sessions as an...

  • Reading Week 2017

      In March The whole school celebrated Reading Week and World Book Day, with a marvellous mix of events and competitions. Assemblies had a reading theme, raffle tickets where given to anyone ‘caught reading’ and students were fantastically creative and wrote their own dynamic book openings. To reinforce our reading message, posters promoting famous stories appeared in the most unlikely of places. As you can see, many members of staff joined in the fun on World Book Day and dressed as their favourite book character. The Library hosted A World Book Day party,...

  • Oxford University

    On Saturday 11th March, Ms Ali and Edie Ryan-Law (Year 12), Olivia Garrett (Year 12) and Bethan Adams (Year 11) woke up very early to make their way to the Faculty of English Language and Literature at Oxford University. The day offered the students an opportunity to have a taste of student life at one of the most prestigious universities: we sat through a lecture on American Renaissances, had a tour of the dormitories and watched a mock English Literature interview. All the girls had a great day which they would like to share with you: EDIE RYAN-LAW ‘During the trip we w...

  • Students bring History to Life

    'Meeting in No Man's Land' is a project devised and produced by Age Exchange, with funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund. In April 2016, 'Meeting in No Man's Land' brought together 24 descendents of German and British First World War soldiers, who, for 4 days, shared with each other often painful and moving family histories from the war. These stories were shown to Y9/Y10 students who were then invited to make their own videos depicting the stories they heard. They were filmed with the help of Age Exchange and the girls presented the videos a...

  • February Newsletter

    For a round up of news, events and acheivements click the image below.    

  • IBJJF Kids Pan American Champion 2017

    We are delighted to share the news that year 8, Nia Blackman has achieved the coveted title of IBJJF Kids Pan American Champion 2017. This is the second year running that Nia has won this title which has been no easy feat with her training up to 8 hours a week in jiu-jitsu after school, plus 4 hours a week strength and conditioning from 6am before school. As well as keeping up with this busy schedule she has maintained consistently high levels in her academic studies. Whilst battling her way to the top in California, back across the pond, Nia was awarded 1st Runner u...

  • Trampolining squad progress to regional finals

    Our trampolining squad have had a successful trip to Taunton to take part in the schools Zonal Trampolining competition. The LPGS squad; comprising of Issie Atack, Charlotte Folan, Amy Mewis and Ella Hawkins, won the team competition with Issie also winning her individual round; making her the Bromley Schools U19 Elite, London Schools and Southern Schools U19 intermediate champion.  This means they have progressed to the National Finals in Newcastle on Saturday 18 March.  We congratulate them on all of their hard work and wish them the best of luck on t...

  • Medals Galore for Evie and Florence

    Congratulations to Evie and Florence for reaching the finals for the 1m, 3m and Platform at the Armada Cup Diving competition held in Plymouth on Saturday 11th February 2017. Evie secured gold for the 1m and silver for the 3m. She just missed out on the bronze for the Platform coming fourth. Florence successfully achieved a gold in both the 3m and Platform. She came sixth in the 1m. We would like to congratulate both girls on their success and wish them luck in any future competition. Keep up the good work!