This year, the annual PCC Pride Awards included a six year old girl from Hazlegrove who showed extraordinary courage and quick thinking when her mother fell ill at the wheel.
Children from Chandlings and local Oxfordshire primary school Dry Sandford were lucky enough to be engaged and inspired by Konnie Huq, ex Blue Peter presenter and author who came to present her new book.
Year 2 pupils from Eco-Science Club recently took part in the Big Schools’ Birdwatch on the school grounds using a survey from the RSPB.
Children from Hazlegrove Nursery enjoyed their termly visit to Highfield House Care Home recently. The children brought smiles to the faces of the elderly residents as they entertained them with songs and games.
Junior School pupils at Queen’s College have been rewarded for their work to improve the environment. Members of the Eco Team have received a certificate for earning the Eco-Schools Silver Award.
Four pupils from Stroud Preparatory School in Romsey made it through to the Explore Learning Mathematics National Final at the Natural History Museum this February.
On Thursday 30 January, Northcote Lodge's Charity of the Year, The Felix Project, had an additional delivery driver in the guise of headmaster, Clive Smith-Langridge.
Following recent success at the British Schoolgirls' Ski Championships in France, The Kingsley School are now the first school ski team from The Midland Region to hold both the British Schools’ Championships in both artificial and snow events.
The drive to become Zero to Landfill is the culmination of a pupil-led Eco Team project spanning several years, focused on the responsible disposal of waste at the School.
Spratton Hall School demonstrated their green credentials on Friday when they appeared on BBC 1’s Look East programme, as part of a feature about environmental responsibility. The children and Headmaster were interviewed by BBC journalist Theo Chikom
Junior 5 at Crackley Hall School left modern day Britain behind and travelled back in time to the Tudor era. Children, staff and even parents came to school dressed in costume and enjoyed a memorable day exploring life in the 16th century.
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Children at Barrow Hills School in Witley were learning about Parkinson's last week. The awareness week was organised by the Head’s wife, Mrs Niki Oldroyd, who was diagnosed with the condition at the age of 25 in 1992.
The Hallfield School community were delighted to welcome Professor Julian Lloyd Webber to officially unveil our new Music Department on Wednesday 15th January, followed by a concert with performances from Juliet Barwell, Jiaxin Cheng and Di Xiao.
Petersfield-based charity FitzRoy attended Bedales Prep, Dunhurst this week to receive a fundraising cheque for £5,599. Members of FitzRoy’s friendship and dating project Love4Life also spoke to the pupils in a special assembly about the impact of the charity on their lives.
On Monday 20 January our Eco Warrior team comprising of eight children who are leading the crusade to make Bevendean more environmentally friendly and sustainable, organised ‘No Electricity Day’.