A Celebration of European Day of Languages at Pre-Prep

On the European Day of Languages, the children in Key Stage 1 learnt about the different types of bread eaten across the continent. They tasted croissants and brioche from France. They had ciabatta from Italy and pitta bread from Greece. They also had soda bread from Ireland and Polish bread too.

Lessons that day focused on Spain and the children watched some flamenco dancing. Then they made their own handheld fans and did some flamenco dancing of their own.

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Millfield Upper Sixth student Yuka Machino was the highest placed female competitor in the world at the International Mathematical Olympiad (IMO), held online this September.  She was the only female to win a gold medal and was placed 22nd out of 616 competitors, each one the very best from their country.

Senior Music Open Musicians' Platform Millfield

Millfield’s first evening concert in the Johnson Hall brought us The Open Musicians’ Platform to kick start the academic year. This concert is made for our intermediate students, between grades four to seven where we saw a great range of repertoire from various genres and instrumentation take stage, as well as some students performing for the first time in front of a socially distanced audience, as well as viewers at home via the live stream on Millfield’s Senior School YouTube Channel.