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The Hall School Newspaper Summer Term 2019

The Hall School Newspaper Summer Term 2019

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SBcheyooonldGtathees

New worldsYEAR 2 EXPLORE
RIGHT ON THE DOORSTEP!

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BEYOND THE SCHOOL GATES 9

The Efsti-
Dalurll

Ice Cream
Farm!

The boys The Thingvellir
visited the place National Park & Mid
where the Vikings Atlantic Ridge was a thrilling
convened the world’s place in which to physically stand
first parliament in over the rift between two tectonic
plates, with one leg on the European
930AD. and the other on the North American
plate! Long, deep cracks running
The boys enjoyed from the northeast to the south–
trips to the Geysir west give the landscape the
Geothermal Area for the appearance of a crevassed
explosive hot spring sights of
the Strokkur Geysir erupting glacier.
every 6 to 8 minutes shooting
a spout of its boiling water Iceland Waterfalls
and steam 15-18 metres galore at Gullfoss
TOUR 2019 (The Golden Waterfall) and
into the sky. Seljalandsfoss, spilling from
At the end of March, at the start of the the high basalt cliffs, as a result of
Easter holidays, a group of Year 7 boys set isostatic rebound of the land and its
lava flows. The impressive 60 metre-
off for a snowy Iceland to experience high waterfall at Skógafoss is the
firsthand some stunning geographical, greatest attraction in the Skogar area;
as the waters thunder down into
topographical and ecological sights the pool below, huge amounts of
over the four day tour. spray react with the sunlight
to create a myriad of

rainbows.

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At the
Eyjafjallajökull
Visitors’ Centre the
boys gained a personal
look at what it’s like
to have an erupting
volcano at your back
door from under the
Sólheimajökull

Glacier.

Vík in Mýrdalur,
Iceland's most southerly
village is the only seaside
settlement in Iceland left without a
harbour due to natural circumstances.
The natural beauty of the area is
spectacular and just east of the village's
outskirts lies one of Europe's biggest
arctic tern breeding grounds. Walking on
Reynishverfi beach of black basalt sands,
boys could see columnar basalt on the
cliff faces, including at their highest,
the famous Reynisdrangar
Needles 66 metres above

sea level.

Of course
the Super
Jeep Tours were a
highlight of the trip,
up and around the
ancient Valley of
Þórsmörk!

Thanks to
the tremendous

planning and
organisation of
teachers Mr Soskic,
Miss Piper and
Mrs Johnson.

BEYOND THE SCHOOL GATES 11

In Partnership

HISTORY WORKSHOP

ANTARCTICA
PROJECT

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SATURDAY
CLUB

SATURDAY CLUB
FINAL ASSEMBLY

IN PARTNERSHIP 13

MATHS QUIZ CLUB SATURDAY CLUB
ICNHTAERM-PSICOHNOSOHLIPS 2019-2020

LOOKING AHEAD TO THE
AUTUMN TERM
2019

UPCOMING
EVENTS

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Community

75% OF ALL CANCERS BY HALF TERM THE THE VERY YOUNGEST
AFFECTING OUR CHILDREN ARE JS HAD HAD ITS TIME- MEMBERS OF OUR
HONOURED SUMMER FETE
BLOOD CANCERS. AND THROUGH MUCH SCHOOL COMMUNITY IN
APPLE BOBBING, WET RECEPTION AND YEAR 1
SPONGE THROWING AND JOINED IN THE ACTIVITY,
DOUGHNUT DANGLING,
HAD RAISED A WHOPPING RAISING OVER £4,000
THROUGH A FUN RUN
£1,500 UP AT THE WILF SLACK
PLAYING FIELDS.

MS AND SS BOYS DR AFZA ZAKI, (PARENT)
FACED THE CHALLENGE DONATED ALL PROCEEDS

OF THE HALL’S PE FROM HER BEAUTIFUL
DEPARTMENT’S BEEP INAUGURAL CLASSICAL
RECITAL AT ST MARK’S
TESTS AND RAISED CHURCH, PRIMROSE HILL

ALMOST £3,000 IN LATE MARCH.

THROUGH SPONSORSHIP.

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SINCE 2015, MORE THAN 100
HAVE JOINED US FOR THEIR
FIRST TRIATHLON AND HAVE RAISED
MORE THAN £150,000 FOR VARIOUS
CHARITIES.

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COMMUNITY 19

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COMMUNITY 21

Music

THE THEME FOR THIS YEAR WAS MUSICALS
AND BLAKE MORRIS IMPRESSED WITH HIS
DETAILED PROGRAMME NOTES.

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COLLABORATION 27

Space to Soar

“I HAVE DONATED TO THE NEW
BUILDING BECAUSE MY TWO
SONS RECEIVED THE BEST
POSSIBLE START IN LIFE WHILE
AT THE HALL. THIS IS MY WAY OF
SAYING THANK YOU”
Parent of boys that left in 2010

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“I’M VERY IMPRESSED BY THE
HEAD’S VISION FOR THE SENIOR
SCHOOL AND DELIGHTED
THAT MY SON WILL BENEFIT.
I WANTED TO SHOW MY
SUPPORT”

Year 2 Parent

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Activity Week

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ACTIVITY WEEK 31

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ECO-SCHOOLS 33

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ECO-SCHOOLS 35

JOSEPH
AND THE

TECHANMAIZCINOG LOR
CDROEAAMT

THE AUDIENCE WERE BLOWN AWAY BY
THE ENTHUSIASTIC ENERGY DISPLAYED BY
THE CAST DURING 50 MINUTES OF COLOURFUL
DRAMATISATION.

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DRAMA 37

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Robin Hood

YEAR 2 PLAY

DRAMA 39

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ART 41

Raphael Hussain Neil Dhar

Ali Abbas Cyrus Nation Luca Liberatore
Arkin Bahl
YEAR 2. IMAGINARY CAKES

Felix Shulman Eskander Dean

Cyrus Nation

Eskander Dean

Ali Abbas

Veer Melwani Yash Panjabi Cyrus Sarikhani

YEAR 2. PAINTINGS Conrad Dyble

James Avery-Gee

Jacob Woolf

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Leith Mason Lucas Chowrimootoo

Itai Fink YEAR 3. FACES Matthew Dixon Noah Hutchings
Ishaan Patel Jasper Pendaris
Tristan Wood

Nathan Boucard

YEAR 3. ROBOTS

James Hassan

Cornelius Brandreth George Pitman

Florian Jhamna

Milan Silva

Edward Gordon YEAR 3. SPACE

Tristan Wood

Alexander Stratford

Saul Bitran

ART 43

Riyan Hargunani Leo Fulton
Kit Cosgrove
Gabriel Konczaty
Jack Vyvyan
YEAR 4. INKY FISH Joshua Zarko
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Ladi Sodeinde Maxim Smith
Zachary Lam Anton Klekovkin

Carl Hofstrom

YEAR 4. SUGAR SKULLS

Sena Kumaran Zachary Tsang

Leo Fulton Raphael Hayim
Adhritt Seth
Timothy Scannell
Joseph Adler

Alexander Jhamna

Rokeby Crichton-Brown Albert Sparks

YEAR 5. WORK INSPIRED
BY PETER CLARK

William Samuels

Josh Hammond

ART 45

Rufus Ogilvie Nicholas Taylor Heath McCarthy

YEAR 6. AFRICAN Matteo Heppe
MASKS - BASQUIAT Yanni Paleocrassas

Lucien Florentin-Lee

Tobin Osborne Eli Hayim
Blake Morris
Douglas Paisner

Adam Zimmerman

YEAR 7. STEAM PUNK Alexander Nazar

Guy Silver

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Lane McDermid Kushal Patel

Darshy Pandy Guy Silver
Titus Graham

Christian Ho-Asjoe

YEAR 8. LINO PRINTS

Rupert Chohan

Michael Smith

Harry Webber

ART 47

Me andMyCricket

MY LOVE FOR CRICKET REALLY DEVELOPED WHEN
WE MOVED TO INDIA, WE USED TO LIVE NEAR A
FAMOUS CRICKET GROUND AND MY BROTHER
AND I WOULD OFTEN GO TO HIGH INTENSITY MATCHES.

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OVERALL, I BELIEVE THAT THE COACHES AND STAFF I HAVE WORKED
WITH OVER THE PAST 10 YEARS HAVE REALLY NURTURED MY LOVE
FOR THE SPORT.

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Sport

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