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Raven, Murrell and White Girls Take To The Stage

Three of the Girls' Houses have recently held their 'revue' evenings for staff, parents and pupils to come together and socialise whilst celebrating the talent within each House.


The Raven community came together on Tuesday evening for their first house revue. It was a fantastic evening showcasing the wealth of talent within the house and to fundraise for Parkinson’s UK.

Guests were entertained by some of Raven’s best vocalists, musicians and dancers from across the year groups and were given a chance to catch up over drinks and nibbles. Thanks to the generosity of everyone present, over £1,000 was raised during the evening for Raven’s House charity. An incredible amount!

Thank you to all those that bought raffle tickets, donated prizes and made the evening such a great success.

By Alice Griffin (Head of House)


Murrell at the Musicals was an extraordinary night that showcased the many musical talents within Murrell house.

Starting off the night we had Katie Evans, the winning soloist at the 2022 Choral Competition, singing When He Sees Me from the musical Waitress. Act 1 also showcased Amy Scerri on the drums performing with Olivia Gioffredo on vocals and guitar, Daisy Carty beautifully singing and playing the acoustic guitar and excellent solos from Esme Jordan and Imogen Kennell. 

During the interval, raffle tickets were sold by Olivia Thompson-Brown to raise money for the wonderful charity Solace Women’s Aid, which offers support to victims, especially women and children, of violence and abuse across all the London Boroughs – this raised an incredible £485! 

Act 2 began with another amazing performance by Olivia Gioffredo who played the piano and sang Always Remember Us This Way from A Star Is Born, followed by Bibi Watkins performing One Night Only from Dreamgirls. The evening concluded with the Middle Fourth pupils performing a dance to Get’cha Head in the Game from High School Musical, and the Upper Sixth’s rendition of The Schuyler Sisters from Hamilton

Murrell’s friendly and warm atmosphere combined with the array of talented pupils, ensured that an enjoyable evening was had by all. 

By Amy Scerri (Head of House)


The White House Community gathered in Big School for the event. Parents and pupils enjoyed fabulous food and superb performances from our Middle Fourth, Fifth Form and Lower Sixth pupils. The evening finished with Amber Roberts leading her group in a rendition of Super Trouper and they got everyone clapping and singing along. It was a truly uplifting experience and it was wonderful to gather as a community and celebrate the talent of White House’s wonderful girls.