Local businesses and residents help Chichester’s Oakwood School make Christmas Day special for those who would otherwise have been alone.
Moreton First Prep School in Weston Rhyn have raised a staggering £1,200 in sponsorship during their inaugural Santa Run, held within the 100 acre grounds at Moreton Hall.
Pupils in Queen's College Junior School have turned £2 coins into nearly £4,000 for a local worthy cause.
Boxes and boxes of edible goodies have been donated to Ely Foodbank in time for Christmas thanks to community-spirited King’s Ely students, families and members of staff.
Moulsford Pupil competes for Team GB as the only boy at the Show Dance World Championships
The whole School welcomed representatives from Thames Valley Air Ambulance, Bliss and the Friends of Davenies to help celebrate the previous academic year’s charity achievements.
Heatherton's Year 6 girls recorded a Christmas radio show with Radio Christmas that will be aired on Monday 16th December at midday. Radio Christmas is raising money for the projects that Street Kids Direct supports in Guatemala and Honduras.
Twelve school girls and boys from Taunton Preparatory School in Somerset have achieved their mission to swim the English Channel becoming one of the youngest teams ever to complete it.
Last week Beechwood Park School Parents' Association presented a cheque for £20,000 to Keech Hospice, bringing their cumulative fundraising for this local charity to a monumental £235,000.
Cranford House Junior School pupils enjoyed an Explorers themed week of activities and learning across the curriculum this term culminating in a visit by The World's Greatest Living Explorer, Sir Ranulph Fiennes.
Bishop’s Stortford College Prep School pupil, William Butcher, won a bronze medal at the IKU World Karate Championships, held in Fortaleza, Brazil last month.
A pupil at Harrogate independent prep school Belmont Grosvenor is celebrating after being crowned a ‘Lucky Star’ champion in a major equestrian competition.
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A life size baby blue whale made from waste plastic packaging took up residence at Northbourne Park School to highlight the school's intention to work towards 'plastic free school' status!
Some very excited Pre-Prep and Nursery School children helped King Williams (also known as Mr Williams) solve the magical medieval mystery during the annual walkathon on Friday 18 October. Following a mystical map around the Claremont Kingdom, the children used their best detective skills to pick up clues as to the whereabouts of Palace Teddy who had been kidnapped overnight!
Four members of staff lifted the Monmouth pupil’s mammoth fruit on to the scales for an accurate reading.
Thomas Easterbrook, a pupil at Davenies School in Buckinghamshire, won the Ten Years and Under category at the prestigious Young Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2019 competition.