Unicorn School was founded in Kew 50 years ago by a group of local, pioneering parents and teachers who wanted to create a school that offered a rounded education, encouraged children to flourish creatively and enjoy the process of learning.
Girls at St Mary’s School, Cambridge were not only celebrating their first week back to school, but they have also been enjoying their first PE lessons on spectacular new sporting facilities at Long Road for the very first time!
Stroud are very excited to re-open our school to all pupils this Autumn Term 2020 under the leadership of new headmistress Mrs Smith.
Hazlegrove Prep School is starting a new group for parents with toddlers in the local area who may have had restricted access to similar groups during lockdown.
In an unprecedented, anxious and difficult set of circumstances, The Kingsley School are proud to be celebrating their students’ achievements and dedication with a brilliant set of results.
The academic potential of this year group has been clear throughout their time at Cranford House and this is reflected in their excellent set of GCSE results.
Girls and boys at co-educational Alleyn’s in London have received a very strong set of results to maintain the School’s tradition of academic success.
A level students at St Benedict's are destined for their first-choice university in almost all cases, despite the complexities of this summer's exam results process.
A team of six girls from Badminton School in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, have been announced by Peter Jones CBE as the winners of the nationwide Tycoon £1k Enterprise Competition, as well as Overall Winners of the whole competition.
Kitebrook Preparatory School pupil Molly J. has had her theatre script chosen to be recorded by a team of professional actors and shared with audiences across Oxfordshire as part of a competition.
Maia Tollerton, a Year 9 student at St Mary’s School, Cambridge, is thrilled that her artwork has been chosen from over 17,000 entries to be exhibited online at this year’s Royal Academy’s Young Artists’ Summer Show.
Pupils and staff at St Ives School in Haslemere were thrilled to be awarded an Eco-Schools Green Flag this week. The Eco-Schools Green Flag is an internationally recognised award for excellence in environmental action and learning.
A Kitebrook Preparatory School pupil is the voice of a cartoon character called Lucy in the Hidden Cheltenham Trail, which guides visitors to the town through local points of interest and aims to raise the profile of local businesses.
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Bromsgrove School won 'Best Magazine' at the prestigious Shine School Media Awards, a national competition that rewards the talent of senior school pupils who work on the editorial and design of a school magazine, newspaper, podcast or website.
Avid orienteer Janie Horton from Brentwood School has had her dedication to the sport recognised with a prestigious Jack Petchey Award. She will be presented with her award when social distancing rules allow.
St Columba’s College in St Albans is moving to co-education, welcoming girls into the school for the first time. From September 2021, the school will welcome girls into Lower Sixth and Lower Prep.
Talented Fashion and Textiles students from King’s Ely are celebrating success in two competitions. Two students have been highly commended in the Young Fashion Designer UK contest and selected to exhibit designs in the Young Norfolk Arts Festival.