On 16th March, the School community made its three-yearly migration to Winchester to hold the annual Service of Thanksgiving in the magnificent Cathedral. In a multi-faceted service, students from all years led the worship, commemorating those who had founded and endowed the School, giving thanks to God for the blessings presently enjoyed, and making a dedication to lives of service. The Chamber Choir and School Choir offered wonderful dramatic and moving music, along with a dance display accompanying the presentation of The Book of Remembrance, the School’s ancient Vulgate Bible and a facsimile of the Charter. It was a privilege to welcome the Rt. Reverend David Stancliffe, former Bishop of Salisbury and now Fellow of St Chad's College, Durham, as our preacher.
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