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Discovery Days
All our girls have been away on Discovery Days over the last two weeks and a great time was had by all; here's a few photos from their time away. More)
Turning the bad into good!
Last night disaster struck as Coraline removed her jumper from the washing machine only to discover it had shrunk! Coraline and Andrea combined their artistic flairs and created a jumper for Coraline's cuddly bunny to keep it warm in these autumnal e (More)
Motto and Logo Competition
Well done to all our New Portena girls for taking part in the Motto Competition; the first House Challenge of the year. Diana, Katya, Tanya and Margie had amazing confidence to get up on stage in front of all the boarding community to explain our mot (More)
Welcome Dinner!
Girls just want to have fun and we certainly did that at the boarding Welcome Dinner, and don't we scrub up well! Bring on the year ahead!   (More)
A fun filled first weekend!
The girls have had a great weekend getting a glimpse of the activities they can take part in throughout the school year! This weekend we've enjoyed Horse Riding, Tennis and Body Shaping; today Jasmine, Becky and Coraline also headed into Geneva to ta (More)
Let the New Term Begin!
We hope you have all had a wonderful summer break and we are looking forward to filling New Portena with fun and enthusiasm! Here is the new team eagerly awaiting your arrival! More)
Did you know that today is....
the European Day of Languages! At the initiative of the Council of Europe, Strasbourg, the European Day of Languages has been celebrated every year since 2001 on 26 September. More)
New solution 🙂
Every day I think about one important thing: in just a few months a lot of my friends will leave the school. Someone will change continent, others will move to other countries, and just few of my close friends are going to stay in Switzerland. When I (More)
Residential Volunteering with RSPB - UK and Europe
Residential volunteering is your chance to have a break, try something new or get some experience for your CV. There are over 40 different places to stay and hundreds of things to do. You can spend a week or more on a reserve, and you can do it al (More)
Volunteering with RSPB outside the UK
If you want to take part in a conservation project and experience life in another country, these are the roles for you. From bird monitoring in Asia to installing artificial nests in Bulgaria or training birdwatchers in Africa, you're sure to have (More)
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