Art Deco Dinner & Dance... last chance to get tickets!

Gala a4 Poster



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1920's Tea Dance - last chance to get tickets!

Tea Dance A4 poster

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Tea Dance Tickets

Class Contacts Easter breakfast...

We had a great time together yesterday and it gave me an opportunity to say thank you to everyone.

30 Class Contacts either rushed in and out grabbed a bite or came to stay and got to know each other better.

Thank you too for all your work to those who couldn’t make it.
Christian Lewin (Comms Contact)

Mansion Music - Sunday 10th May

A4 Poster May 2015

£459.61 raised today for Sangilo School, Malawi today!

On my first visit to Sangilo school I was surprised by how run down it was. It is in a rural, poor area, where most of the locals are fisherman or subsistence farmers, and it receives very low levels of government funding. Each classroom is an empty concrete building with a (horribly squeaky!) blackboard, sometimes with a few broken chairs or desks. Each child brings in a small, cheap jotter bought at market, and if they are lucky a pen. They have big classes who sit in rows, and mostly learn by chanting or writing out the teachers work.
There is a local NGO called 'Determined to Develop' who have agreed to take the money raised by our school and to channel it all to the school, through initiatives such as free lunches of nsima porridge for pupils, girls’ clubs, and resources like textbooks. They are a registered charity, experienced in the area, and very good at overseeing projects for the most efficient result.
I hope this gives a good overview of how our donation will be spent. Many thanks to everyone for choosing to
support this school.
Sangilo pics- kids in class

Catherine Fenton, HOT Student

Caitlin Arthur - Alumni - Jail Break Charity Event

Caitlin Arthur graduated from Michael Hall last year and is now a student at the University of East Anglia. She and a friend are raising money for Save the Children by taking part in an event called Jailbreak, the concept is that they have to get as far away from campus as possible in 48 hours with no money. They are trying to raise awareness of this project.

Their just giving page for Save the Children is

A Youtube video explaining the 'Jail Break' concept:

Good luck with your venture Caitlin!





£500 to be won to pay for a course or training of your choice.

We are looking for a simple logo or image that is inspired by one of the following phrases about what Michael Hall epitomizes for us, phrases gathered from parents and teachers of the school.






Choose one of the phrases to inspire you to produce a striking yet simple design that reflects the ideals expressed in the phrases above. You may use ink, pencils, paints or pens to create your design, which can be large or small, but should fit on A4 size paper. Please submit your design in a closed envelope with "Michael Hall Logo Competition" to Reception with your name, email address or telephone number clearly marked on the back of your design by the closing date for entries which is Friday 20th March 2015. Entrants may be pupils from Class 6 upwards and students, including the Heart of Teaching students, parents, teachers and alumni.

Good luck!

On behalf of the marketing team, Virginia Westlake


More photos of Class 12 Play - The Wind in the Willows! This week!

Get your tickets now! Wind in the Willows - a must see!


Class 12 students in the Theatre this week where they are rehearsing Wind in the Willows.

As the rest of the school relax into their half term break these young people went straight into the Theatre lastSaturday where they have been every day from 10am until 9pm.

Parents and Teachers have been helping with the set, providing evening meals for thirty, stitching, painting and baking. And I'm pleased to say that it's all coming on a treat.

Now we just need you the audience. Performances are on Thursday 26th and Friday 27th at 7.30pm and on Saturday at 2.30pm and 7.30pm.

Tickets are £6 for adults and £3 for children and are available from the top Seasons shop and One The Square in Forest Row. From Reception and in the Canteen on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings from 8.10am.

Please tell your friends, neighbours and family - it's suitable for all ages.

Class 12 Play - get your tickets!!!

Wind in the Willows 1