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Prep+ visit to Tate Britain exhibition 'Aftermath'

Posted: 25th September 2018

Our first Prep+ tour was a moving and fascinating visit to the ‘Aftermath’, Art in the wake of World War One on Saturday morning. The boys, parents and staff found the exhibition full of interest and variety with so many paintings, sculptures, prints and objects to view and read about. With a few stories told along the way about individual pieces, it was a unique experience to see both the war and its aftermath through the eyes of British, German and French artists, many of whom experienced military service.

Prep+ tickets available for up and coming events before half-term:

As ever, once we hit term time, tickets begin to sell fast. Coming up soon, there are still tickets available for the following events:

Sunday 7th October Olympic Stadium tour and ArcelorMittlal Orbital Slide

A guided tour behind the scenes of the Olympic Stadium, a ride on the world’s longest tunnel slide and a short tour of the Olympic Park to see the pool, the velodrome and canals all in one. Open to Year 7 and 8 boys and parents.

Thursday 18th October ‘Bat out of Hell – The Musical’ at the Dominion Theatre

Winner of the ‘Best Musical 2017’ at the Evening Standard Awards, a boundary pushing spectacular for anyone who likes a rock musical and amazing staging. A rock spectacle! Open to Year 8 boys and parents.

Monday 29th October (Second Monday of half-term)

Dans Le Noir-Dine in the Dark A unique experience that will sharpen senses and give an unusual food experience on a complete sensory journey and give a chance to speak and ask questions of the staff afterwards. Not to be missed.

Year 5-8 and parents welcome.

Please note: In order to confirm this booking we need a group of at least 20. Please sign up as soon as possible as we currently stand at 10. A decision will be made on this trip in two weeks’ time.

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Open Morning

Due to social distancing requirements we will not be able to host our annual Open Morning due to take place on Saturday 3rd Oct 2020. This event will be replaced by a virtual tour and a chance to meet the Head Master at a live Q&A session.

Please complete our enquiry form if you would like to be contacted about virtual events and to request more information.