May Socials

Greenwich Walking Tour

with Gavin

Monday, 9th May

11am - 1pm



With its magnificent buildings and fascinating maritime history, Greenwich is a unique place to visit!


The stunning Painted Hall and Chapel of the former Royal Naval Hospital, the exquisite Queen’s House and the Royal Observatory with the Greenwich Meridian where you can stand with one leg in the east and one in the west, makes for a great day out.


The Tale of Three Bridges 

Pub Tour with Vic

Friday, 13th May

7 pm - 10 pm




Drink in the history of London while you hear instrumental stories of Millennium, London and Tower Bridge and the lives of Londoners!


We walk around the outside of St. Paul's, a church fundamentally important to the lives of Londoners over the Centuries before crossing the first of our 3 Bridges, Millennium Bridge. The first pub, where Pepys watched the Great Fire grow (and the pub seen in Mission Impossible) is in the heart of mysterious Bankside.


Go back in time as we walk through to Borough on the Harry Potter trail, stopping at a working market Pub and then to the last surviving galleried Coaching Inn left in London.


London Bridge is by far the most important bridge in London's history. As we stop to admire the view, hear the story of London Bridge before stepping back to 2 September 1666 as you retrace the origins of the Great Fire.


Walking up to the Tower of London and Tower Bridge via haunting back alleys and Old Billingsgate Market, we close the Tour at a spectacular Tavern that appears to be in the center of an English Village tucked away where you least expect it.


May Cooking & Wellness

Monday, 23rd May

10 am - 1 pm



Calling all my sourdough bread lovers! Learn the benefits to making and so much more!!!


Come join us for May Cooking & Wellness and satisfy that calling to bake your own delicious bread, there are actually a few health benefits to sourdough bread that make baking it a worthwhile endeavor. Presented by our own ACS Parent Community, Linn (from Norway) & Jessica (from Germany) learn how to make sourdough bread this includes preparing, tips on different variations of the dough, ingredients and how to score the bread, how to feed a live culture (called a starter) and also about the health benefits of this delicious bread. 


Next enjoy a Miso soup, high in probiotics (friendly gut bacteria) and have been shown to have many health benefits including improving digestion, supporting mood and boosting immunity as well as collagen production.


Continuing the beautiful glow inside and outside with DIY fresh Aloe Vera facial masks (with soothing properties to stimulate healing of blemishes and sun-damaged skin)



May Book Club

Tuesday, 24th May

12 pm - 2 pm



Join us for the next Book Club to discuss, “Don’t You Forget About Me” by Mahairi McFarlane. You always remember your first love. Don’t you?


McFarlane serves up a heaping plate of humor alongside each bowl of angst. Come share what some of your own memories conjured up as read the author’s delightful yet cautionary tale about the misadventures of a willful, insecure, 30-year old.


Through heartbreak, tragedy,

laugh-out-loud, self deprecation and heartfelt silliness, Georgina Horspool is determined to make something of herself; yet her path is piled so high, she may need a fleet of trucks to clear the way!


May Lunch Club

Tuesday, 31st May

12 - 3 pm


Join us for our last lunch club of the school year!! Darwin Brasserie at the Sky Garden


London’s highest rooftop brasserie overlooking the Thames on Level 36. Darwin is a lively all-day dining location inspired by the very best of British.