Georgia (College I) talks about her involvement with the North Yorkshire Youth Commission, a body enabling young people to support, challenge and inform the work of the North Yorkshire Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner.
Year 5 have been inspired by the poem Superheroes I Could Have Been by Roger Stevens to invent their own superheroes. This is Amelie’s poem.
Sisters Rosie (Y9) and Libby (Y7), ran the distance of a marathon (42.4km) together last week during online Games lessons and after school
Hannah (College II) wrote this beautiful piece in online class, a tribute to The Mount’s College based on Daphne du Maurier’s beloved story, Rebecca.
The Mount’s Houses are a time-honoured School tradition. We were fortunate enough last term to catch up with different House Captains and ask them for their views on House life.
Although we are currently unable to open our doors to you, we would like to share with you a short video explaining more about the Junior School and why we are passionate about girls education.
At the end of each term we share with you our termly magazine ‘Reflections’. ‘Reflections’ allows us to look back on the term as well as reflecting on the many marvellous learnings that happen every day at The Mount School.
During the enforced School closure, we are introducing ‘Live Adventurously, Learn Digitally’ a new weekly newsletter to keep you up to date on what is happening remotely and in School for children of Key Workers.
The Mount proudly donates personal protective safety equipment (PPE) to St Leonard’s Hospice