Pupils from Upton House School in Windsor are the first in Berkshire to be awarded Plastic Free School Status for their Single-Use Plastic initiative.
'Tomorrow's World' was the theme of the Big Bang @ St Joseph's In The Park STEM event. The school invited 150 children from local schools for a series of interactive workshops run by experts in the field including QMUL, GSK, Airbus and Setpoint
Holme Grange School pupil achieved first place in computational thinking challenge at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Oxford.
The Kingswood House players, under the skilful direction of Phillipa Watkins, delivered a marvellous production of Pandemonium at a packed NESCOT theatre in early February.
Over 40 students from Taunton School have made the cut in the latest round of county cricket selections. Meanwhile, Year 10 student Ben Chaffey has been selected to tour Sri Lanka with the Somerset County U15 team.
Stormont School Year 6 girls competed in the IAPS National Netball competition at Felsted School, Essex on 28th February. They were undefeated on the day and will be competing at Epsom College in the National Finals.
Greenfield School pupils experienced a day of working life the week before half term. Accompanied by a primary school and professionals from the local community, children learnt about the challenges and triumphs of different career paths.
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SES Engineering Services helps Yorkshire schoolgirls glide to success in The Mount School York's 6th annual SES Hovercraft Day.
Following a visit by the NSPCC, pupils and staff raised over £1,000 for the children's charity.
St George’s boys had a special visitor to their House Assembly – guide dog puppy George, whom they raised over £2000 to name was brought along by his walker Angela.
Chinthurst School in Tadworth are finalists in the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation (DSWF) Global Canvas competition, which attracted entries from 26 countries across four continents, and will be displayed at the Natural History Museum in March.
St Andrew’s Prep hosted its hugely successful inaugural mini rugby festival with 19 club teams aged U10 and U11 from across the county committing to play.
Children from the Froebelian School in Horsforth were invited for tea with The Lord Mayor of Leeds, Councillor Graham Latty.