Steve of the tall trees

Thursday, 25 June 2015

Year 13 student, Alex Brammer talks to Steve Turner, Grounds Manager, about taking care of Worth’s amazing estate and amenities… At Worth, our grounds are the focus of many of the School magazines’ front covers, but we should spare a thought for the hard work that goes into their maintenance. This is the important duty…

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One enchanted evening summer ball

Tuesday, 09 June 2015

Renowned for helping parents feel very much part of the Worth School community and for hosting things well, Friends of Worth’s 2015 Summer Ball proved to be a magical highlight of the year indeed. Chair, Helen Parry, describes the evening… With the azaleas in full bloom, the summer showers long since gone and the magical…

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A day in the life of a Housemistress

Monday, 20 April 2015

It’s the first day of Summer Term and Housemistress, Mrs Sandi Kaaber, is keen that every girl in her care has a happy return to school routine… Today, as usual, I open St Anne’s Day House which is situated above the Pitstop at 8am, ready to greet the girls as they arrive back from the Easter holidays. I am keen to see…

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Motoring on Mars

Thursday, 09 April 2015

Science was top of the agenda in early March when Worth School hosted over 40 students in Years 7 and 8 from around Sussex, competing to build a machine that could land an egg and rover module in safety. The rover then had to drive around a ‘Martian’ landscape. With the invitation and brief issued…

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Wisdom of the Ages

Monday, 30 March 2015

The monks at Worth Abbey are at the heart of the Worth School community. With the Ordination of Br Gabriel in Worth Abbey Church on Saturday 21st March this interview by Year 13 student Laura Chow shares some of the thoughts of two different generations of Benedictine monks here at Worth. Each has his own perspective…

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Head Master meets school leaders from around the world

Over Easter I went with Fr Peter and Mr Gushurst-Moore to Rome for a conference of Benedictine school leaders from around the world. There were about 170 monks, nuns and lay school leaders from dozens of countries, and from schools that at one level are vastly different, but at another have hugely important things in…

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