Spark your daughter’s scientific curiosity on Forensic Science Trail

This fun, hands-on event for girls aged 3-11 and their families also provides a great opportunity to find out what an education at Portsmouth High School has to offer your daughter.

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Junior School Open Morning
A warm welcome is extended to children, parents, relatives and friends to visit us for our Forensic Science Trail and Junior School Open Morning on Saturday 13 June 2015 from 10am to 12 noon.

Come and join in the fun with real hands-on science to help solve a mystery at the school. Gather scientific evidence to solve the crime – all will be revealed at the end of the trail.

There will be an opportunity to speak to the Headmaster and staff, tour the school and find out more about what an education at Portsmouth High School has to offer your daughter.

Book now
The event is free of charge, but you do need to book in advance.

You can either book online or call the school on 023 9282 6714.

Portsmouth High School
Portsmouth High School is an independent school for girls from Nursery to Sixth Form in the heart of Southsea.

The school is part of the Girls’ Day School Trust network of schools, the leading provider of independent education for girls in the country.

From Ryde to the school door in Southsea
Portsmouth High School runs a unique Hover Nanny service, supported by Hovertravel Ltd, to accompany pupils on their daily journey to school from Ryde to Southsea.

A school minibus picks girls up from the Southsea Hover terminal and takes them straight to the school door.


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