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Lucy Loves…One Bowl Blackberry Blondies

In this weeks bake, is all about seasonal fruits, along with some slightly less healthy bits and bobs. Autumn, the season of something or other and mellow fruitfulness. I was never very literary, however, I do love a bit of mellow fruitfulness. Or blackberries to be more precise. I do find, as with raspberries, their…

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Lucy Loves…Cheese Burger Quesadillas

We all need a bit of cheering up with that end of summer feeling nagging and these tasty hot wraps may be just the answer. The recipes I showcase here on Lucy Loves are often stylish, some are nutritious, all of them are delicious. Cheese Burger Quesadillas are neither stylish or massively nutritious, however, they…

New Monkey Music classes on Thursdays

Monkey Music, the award-winning pre-school music group for children aged 3 months – 4 years, is delighted to announce that it is expanding its classes in East Sheen and from 20th September, will be holding Thursday morning classes in addition to Fridays. Unique to Monkey Music is their specially written curriculum for babies from 3 months in response…

Why do young people need yoga?

Amy Vaughan, the founder of Yoga Seedlings runs after-school yoga classes for children and teens in Richmond, Mortlake and Twickenham. Here she writes about why yoga is great for children and teens. You are never too young to start yoga! Practising yoga from an early age builds a strong foundation of self-worth, love, respect, kindness and…

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Lucy Loves…Nutella Muffins

As the holidays draw to a close, these sweet treats will bring some cheer to your friends and family. As I write it’s pouring down and the air is laden with all things autumnal. We have had a roast chicken for dinner, synonymous with chillier times, I am sipping red wine instead of the more…

Richmond Park Academy increases its Level 9/ A* performance by 27.5%

RPA is pleased to announce its provisional GCSE results which show good outcomes in some key areas including: A 27.5% increase in the number of  the very top grades of 9 or A* achieved across the school 100% pass rate in Physics, Chemistry and Biology A solid increase in the standard pass rate achieved in…

Christ’s School Celebrates Record Number Of Top GCSE Grades

There was joy and delight at Christ’s School Thursday morning as students celebrated outstanding GCSE results. Despite the new tougher GCSE examinations, Christ’s School’s results continued their upward trajectory with over 31% of all entries at grade 9-7 (A*-A) and an incredible 17% achieving the top grades. There were particular successes in History, English, Mathematics…

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Lucy Loves…No Churn Cherry Ice Cream

While it’s still nice and warm, this recipe makes the perfect summer pud. Summer screams ice cream. It’s cooling, fruity and makes the most perfect dessert. Ice cream, for me, has the cache of being complicated to make, needing either an expensive ice cream making machine or hours of stirring and other kerfuffle. But thanks…

Richmond Park Academy announces A-level improvement for the second year running

The hard work and determination of Richmond Park Academy students were rewarded when the 2017/18 A-level results were published today. Students across the sixth form achieved a 96% pass rate; an increase on last year with 47% achieving A* – B, a 4% increase on the 2016/17 results.  Reviewing the results, Principal Paul Mundy-Castle said,…

Christ’s School celebrates best A-level results

Huge smiles and tears of joy were the order of the day at Christ’s School this morning as students and staff celebrated yet another year of improved A-level results.  21% of students achieved A*/A grades, 52% gained A*-B grades and there was an overall pass rate of 100%.  There was success across all subjects with…