Across the school, pupils have been working hard this term, revelling in the chance to access all the school's resources. In the Nest, under the leadership of Mrs Bennett, the co-teaching model has continued to be refined, and the staff set the standard for this complex and nuanced form of teaching across our group of schools. I have seen some really terrific work from the children in the Nest, with pupils of all ages working at a very impressive level. In the Junior School, pupils from years 5 and 6 are already working on accelerated maths programmes, with groups of children studying year 7 equivalent level work. The oracy programme, so central to our project to get children speaking more fluently in English across the school, has encouraged pupils to be more confident when presenting in class. Allied to this is the system of language ambassadors, a group of volunteers from among the pupil body which is committed to embedding spoken English more fully. Senior School pupils have been testing their mathematical skills in several international competitions, including winning six gold medals in the recent UKMT Senior Maths Challenge. This result places them in the top 10% of global entrants and two of the winners, Ted and Frank, are now eligible for the British Maths Olympiad next term.