Ready, Steady, Come Dine with All Hallows

Come Dine with AH 2
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Collaboration and leadership skills were forefront as All Hallows Year 7 and 8 pupils were rewarded for their amazing online efforts this term by being set 'Come Dine with Me' and 'Ready Steady Cook' challenges to feed their families.

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Alleyn's joins national scheme to help vulnerable children

Alleyn's has been selected as one of only a handful of schools in the country to be part of a project with the Royal National SpringBoard Foundation to deliver life-changing educational opportunities for vulnerable children.


Headington family help those struggling during the pandemic

A Headington Prep School family have been working together to support those struggling during the pandemic, distributing warm food and other essentials in Oxford. Malika, in Year 5, cleaned and organised the van for the volunteer effort.

Jacob donated his pocked money

Highfield and Brookham children buy ICU nurses a cup of tea

Year 4 at Highfield and Brookham Schools raised money to provide hot drinks and snacks for ICU nurses at the Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford. They raised £570 by selling unwanted toys, jet-washing driveways and selling eggs and honey.

Beechwood Park Pupils Love Reading

Beechwood Bookworms Read for Good

Beechwood Park School have raised a remarkable £2,646 for the charity Read for Good – a national sponsored reading event which aims to motivate children to read as much as possible whilst raising money for children in hospital.


Northcote pupil invents lockdown boredom buster

A pupil at Northcote Lodge designed a new card game which went on sale to provide an antidote to boredom during a third lockdown. "Fame or Forfeit" involves a series of challenges and promises hours of fun and a much-needed break from screens.


Milly's Marathon SASH Cycle

A pupil at The Mount School in York is cycling the distance of a marathon to raise money to help young homeless people in the historic city. Milly, age 11, decided to use her time during the current lockdown to make a difference.

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Teacher swaps embroidery needles for vaccination needles

Jo Hart, a teacher at The Royal School in Surrey, spent part of the Christmas holiday undertaking training to become a volunteer vaccinator. She will shortly be deployed to one of the many mass vaccination centres being set up around the country.

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