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Buddies look out for each other
Looking at
CHILDREN in the Reception Year of St John’s
College in Southsea have been busy looking
CHILTON Cantelo School is a
after younger boys and girls from the school’s
co-educational boarding and day
own nursery as part of the hugely successful
school set in 20 acres of beautiful
‘buddy’ system operated throughout the Junior
countryside five miles from Yeovil
and Sherborne.
Each month they host their special visitors
Central to the school’s ethos
in their classroom and, under the watchful eye
is highlighting and attempting to
of their teachers, they help the three- and four-
meet the individual needs of each
year-olds with a whole range of tasks.
“This works well in so many ways,” said
Small class sizes enable pupils
Headteacher Tony Shrubsall.
to learn and develop their
“It’s a wonderful introduction to school for
confidence, so that they leave us
the nursery children who will be joining us next
well rounded individuals, who
year, and it also teaches our current Reception
possess the academic credentials
children how to look after others.”
and skills to meet the challenges of
St John’s Junior School provides an all-through
the modern world, and the school
education for two- to 11-year-olds before they join
has an increasingly wide range
the Upper School at Year 7 to complete the final
of extra-curricular and sports
phase of their education through to Sixth Form.
If you would like to arrange a
For more information contact
visit or find out more information
us on 01935 850555 or email
about the Lower School please
call 023 9248 4336. for an appointment.
Yoga helps
create sense
of tranquillity
EACH Monday lunch-time,
pupils at Rookesbury Park
School in Wickham have been
discarding their shoes and socks
in preparation for their weekly
yoga lessons.
Headmistress Pippa Harris-
Burland is passionate about the
Big day for Tom
wellbeing of each child, and she
has introduced yoga as a means
of focussing on the mind and
TOM Knock, a Year 9 pupil at
body as one.
Trinity School, Teignmouth
Yoga teacher Karen Pinckney,
(pictured above with thumbs up)
creates an atmosphere of calm, of
had a surprise during CCF Field
tranquillity and security, where
Day – he and his 32 colleagues
each child feels safe and centred.
were met at the gate by Tom’s
From children in the Pre-Prep
father Lt Cdr Gareth Knock, who
to pupils in Year 8, they love the
opportunity to relax and learn
★ Academic excellence also attended Trinity.
As Tom’s dad could serve the true art of breath-work and
anywhere in the world, Tom is a balance.
★ Continuity
boarder, sharing a study bedroom For more information on this
with a boy whose father is in the strengths-based prep school,
★ Firm foundations
St Johns
Army. please call Diana Todd on 01329
During their visit a Sea King 833108 or visit the website www.
helicopter from 849 NAS was
★ Caring community
flown in allowing the cadets to Pippa Harris-Burland would
get a good look at the workhorse be very happy to show you
★ Sport for all
of the Fleet Air Arm. around.
★ A chance to perform
Entrance Assessment Day: 17 January 2009 Open Morning: 22 January 2009 9.30am
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• A voluntary aided, mixed 13-18 Grammar School
• No tuition costs. Boarding fees £2,860 per term

• 65% A/B grades at A level. 95% of students go on to University
• Performing Arts Centre, Sixth Form Centre

• 400 seat theatre, sports hall, astroturf and technology centre
• Weekend programmes with a wide range of outdoor pursuits
• Art, design, music and drama thrive

• 75 acres of grounds

Contact the Registrar at:
F Cranbrook School, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 3JD
Tel: 01580 711804 Fax: 01580 711828
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