Natasha Farrington to represent Devon for Cross Country

14th January 2015

Natasha will represent Devon at the 2015 National Inter Counties XC Championships in Birmingham.

BAGCAT City of Plymouth Presentation

14th January 2015

Mount Kelly swimmers received their BAGCAT awards from the Lord Mayor of Plymouth at the Plymouth Council House

Royalty for a Day

13th January 2015

Reception to Year 8 at the Prep enjoyed celebrating the French custom of Galette des Rois last week.  This is for the French feast of the Epiphany, commemorating the arrival of the three kings to see the baby Jesus. 

Each tutor group received their own cakes hidden in which is a "Feve" (charm).  The youngest child in each class hid under the table and called  out the names of the others for a piece of cake. Whoever received the piece of cake with the charm was king or queen for their day with royal duties including a choice of consort!

Education Engineering Team at Plymouth University

12th January 2015

The Education Engineering team spent three intensive days at the very end of last term at Plymouth University.

Heads of Year 6 for Lent Term Confirmed

9th January 2015

The Prep is delighted to confirm Imogen Shere and Archie Burton as the Lent Term Year 6 Head Pupils

Prep Pupils’ qualify for the British Schools’ Modern Biathlon Championships 2015

9th January 2015

Congratulations to seven of our Prep pupils’ who havequalified for the British Schools Championships to be held at the Olympic Park in London. 

Mount Kelly Welcomes New Principal Deputy Head

9th January 2015

We are delighted to welcome Adam  Reid BSc, PGCE who takes up the post of Principal Deputy Head.

Prep Receives Impressive Array of Music Awards

9th January 2015

The Prep ABRSM and London College of Music awards were given out in Assembly this week.

Art Trip to National Marine Aquarium

8th January 2015

Year 7 Pupils enjoyed a guided tour at the National Marine Aquarium yesterday in Plymouth.

Mount Kelly Triumphant in Primary Maths Challenge

8th January 2015

Year 6 mathematicians performed extremely well in the Primary Maths Challenge with an exceptional seventeen pupils awarded gold, silver and bronze.