News & Events

Why Harry Hill came to Skippers

3rd May 2022

As part of a Persuasive Writing lesson last term our Year 5s wrote letters to celebrities that they admire to persuade them to come to Skippers and thanks to Charlotte Mitchell’s persuasive letter Harry Hill visited us today! Charlotte compelled Harry to visit us and to his credit, even though he caught Covid last term… Read More »

Clothes donations gratefully received in Harambee

3rd May 2022

  Our boys in Kisii who belong to my charity, Harambee For Kenya, were so grateful to receive the generous donations of old and out of date second hand uniform which cannot be used within the school.   We recently received this photograph from them proudly displaying their ‘new’ clothing with a message telling us how… Read More »

U13 Girls Reach Semi Finals

28th February 2022

The wind held its breath yesterday and allowed our girls to thoroughly enjoy a competitive yet fun netball tournament at Lancing College. The U11 girls put on a cohesive and strong display winning three out of five of their matches against some large schools. It is worth noting the two they lost were only by… Read More »

Year 6 Pupil Rosa Performs at Glyndebourne

28th February 2022

The Senior Choir enjoyed a trip to Glyndebourne Opera house last week to watch its brand new youth opera, Pay the Piper, an adaptation of the `Pied Piper of Hamelin’. It was made even more special by the fact that Year 6 Skippers pupil Rosa Jones was performing in it. After months of rehearsals it… Read More »

Congratulations Esme

30th November 2021

Congratulations to Performing Arts Prefect Esme Moignard, who represented Skippers Hill Manor Prep at The Cranmer Awards held at St. Mary’s Church, Battle, for the Chichester Diocese heat, held on 16th November 2021. Esme gained a Highly Commended for her reading of Psalm 104 from the1662 Book of Common Prayer. Here is Esme with the… Read More »

The Power of One Kind Word

20th November 2021

Oxytocin is a chemical which helps to bind us as human beings and produces feelings of love and connection. This is an important place to start to explain why the focus of Anti-bullying week, One Kind Word, was so inspired. It explains the power of kindness and the chemical reaction we experience with acts of… Read More »

Year 7 and 8 Camp 2021

31st October 2021

Finally, after a long wait due to the pandemic, we were able to camp again!! This event seemed especially desirable this year, following 18 months of bubbles, lockdowns and so many restrictions preventing us to create some true bonding moments with our friends and colleagues. Now we had the ideal opportunity in a safe outdoor… Read More »

Meet Dominic Jones Our Graduate Sports Coach

17th October 2021

Dominic has now been with us since the start of the school year. He has thrown himself into everything, the staff and children all love him and it seems like he’s always been here. We asked him a few questions about himself. What attracted you to the role at Skippers? I was firstly attracted to… Read More »

Year 6 Leaver Thanks His Teachers

10th July 2021

Skippers students are always given plenty of opportunities, especially with school trips. I don’t think some people realise how lucky they are to have these amazing teachers, who give us these wonderful experiences. We would like to thank Mr Leggett for arranging this year’s trips to Dorset for years 6, 7 and 8, even during… Read More »

Performing Arts Success

9th July 2021

We have continued to have some great success this term with more excellent exam results in both LAMDA and ABRSM Music Exams. Congratulations to all the pupils who took exams this term and achieved brilliant results. LAMDA Exams Verse & Prose Entry Level Oliver Clay – Distinction Millie Gebbie – Distinction Nell Harvey – Merit… Read More »