Dolphins had recently been sighted off Prawle Point, South Devon - always, we were told, a sign of warm, settled weather.
Mrs Lindsey Bedford tells of her work with Boxford archaeologists as an internationally important work of Roman art from 400 AD is unearthed.
The boarders learnt how to build a bush fire on which they cooked and ate one of the rainbow trout caught in the ponds.
Boys and girls of all ages are invited to try their hand at judo.
At the weekend (last cricket session of the season) Jackson won U7's most improved player at Chieveley cricket club. Many congratulations Jackson.
The Young Shakespeare Company perform an interactive production of Romeo and Juliet.
Barack is showered with prizes by the judges of the UK schools olympiad
Olivia is awarded a prestigious trophy by her cricket coaches
Saturday club made the most of the sun in September this week with a touch of tree climbing, den building and food gathering.
Edifying, challenging and mind-broadening: Brockhurst and Marlston House Friday lectures are an excellent foundation for many an Alpha essay.
William Dunlop decided he wanted to do something in memory of his late grandfather John Dunlop. William certainly succeeded!