Read the latest reports and view photos from the children’s school trips below.

PGL Trip 2017 – Day 4

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After an evening of team building activities, one of which was entltled Ambush, and a good night’s sleep, the children are spending the morning on the high ropes and fencing.

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PGL Trip 2017 – Day 3

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At the end of a busy day 2, the children enjoyed their evening meal before embarking on an evening of fun games and activities. On day 3 of the PGL trip, the children have enjoyed high ropes, problem solving and a giant swing! Read more »

PGL Trip Day 2

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The children have enjoyed a morning of team building activities, including raft building, quad biking and fencing!

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Our Annual PGL Trip

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The children in the Preparatory Department are spending the week at the PGL Centre at Winmarleigh Hall, in Preston.  They travelled by coach and arrived late afternoon.  Once they had settled in they enjoyed an evening around the ‘campfire’. Read more »

Class 4 Visit to Woburn Safari Park

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On Friday 29th September, the children in class 4 visited Woburn Safari Park, in support of their current topic, The Jungle. The children travelled by coach and enjoyed their ride through the safari park, they fed the exotic birds and were entertained at the Sea Lion Show. Read more »

Senior Girls day of Cirque du Soleil

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On Tuesday 26th September, our Class 10 and Class 11 girls were treated to a day of Cirque du Soleil inspired creativity at Northampton High School. In the morning, the girls were invited to design a mask based upon the vibrant colours and dramatic patterns of the popular Cirque du Soleil shows. Some ordained their masks with brightly coloured feathers and some chose traditional ordainments and shapes, highlighting the eyes or mouth of their characters.

In the afternoon, the girls took part in a brief performance of the opening song from the Cirque du Soleil show entitled “La Nouba”. Some developed an interpretative dance, some performed gymnastics manoeuvres and others created the hypnotic music for the show.

It was a wonderful day of exploration and creativity which the girls enjoyed thoroughly.

Class 10 boys visited Bedford Boys School

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On Wednesday 20th September, our class 10 boys visited Bedford Boys School.  They were greeted with breakfast, which had a distinctive French flair.  Croissants and Pain au Chocolat were enjoyed by all, with many of the boys using French expressions with gusto.  (Good manners and correct terminology were rewarded readily with offers of seconds.)

After that, the boys took part in a sculpting lesson.  They each designed a sea shell relief using clay and their imaginations.  When they were complete, each of the sculptures was original and very reminiscent of prehistoric fossils found at the seaside.

Another snack followed and an opportunity to see the school at break time.  Some of Broughton Manor’s most recent pupils visited us and explained what it was like to be a student there.

The final activity for the day was a rugby session with some of the boys from Milton Keynes Preparatory School.  The students developed their decision making and passing throughout the session, culminating in some small sided rugby competitions at the end.

The boys were impeccably behaved throughout and thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to see Bedford Boys School.

Trip to Bedford Girls’ School

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On Wednesday 20th September, our class 10 (Year 5) girls were invited to an activity morning at Bedford Girls’ School. The girls enjoyed activities including Science and Augmented Reality, Lacrosse and Trampolining.

Monday 12th June – BMPS vs MKPS

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BMPS 262 – 286 MKPS

A score-fest was served up during junior games this past Monday afternoon. Many of the BMPS boys finding the boundary whilst posting a decent score. However, they were guilty of conceding 7 wickets.

MKPS replied in similar style, after the first two pairs of Broughton bowlers kept scoring to a minimum. MKPS then stepped up the pace finding the boundary with some well placed shots.

Well done to Ondrej, Tristan, and Joshua for playing in their first cricket fixture this season!