The Rowans School in Wimbledon has been awarded the British Council’s prestigious International School Award in recognition of its work to bring the world into the classroom.
Firm roots are being established by the Reception children at Moreton First as they mark the start of the Autumn term by planting trees.
Headmistress, Mrs Hilary Phillips, and Deputy Head, Mr Tom Evans, arrived at school in a helicopter to launch the term's new study topic, Fight or Flight.
Barrow Hills School threw open its doors to the public for guided tours of the historic building and grounds on Saturday 15th September, for the fourth consecutive year, in a special event designed to bring local history and heritage to life.
Bromsgrove Preparatory pupil Freddie Slater has been selected as one of three drivers to represent the UK in the 2018 World Karting championship in Le Mans during October. He will then travel to Las Vegas in November to race in the USA Super Nationals.
Congratulations to Bromsgrove Preparatory School pupil Lili-Rose Hunt, who won the Independent Schools’ Golf Association’s Radley Putter at Radley College, Oxfordshire on 9th September. Lili-Rose played brilliantly to go around a tight, tricky course in a gross 75.
At the end of the summer term, a group of Beechwood Park School parents initiated a truly impressive charity collection of old-style and outgrown school uniform.
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Based on their strong showing at Guildford, Battle Abbey Prep School’s Freestyle Relay team secured their place at the ESSA National Swim Finals at the prestigious Ponds Forge International Sports Centre in Sheffield.
The West Buckland U9 tennis team were crowned Devon Champions following their win in the final at the Devon Summer Games, Plymouth at the end of June.
Battle Abbey Prep School Bexhill hosted children from four local schools at a Science Ambassador Training Programme this week.
A team of pupils from Stamford Junior School in Lincolnshire named ‘Golden Gears’ were thrilled to compete in the Jaguar Primary School Challenge UK Nationals on 20th June following their success at a regional final in May.
Taking the phrase "you never know until you give it a go" to heart, 11-year-old Hertford school-girl Bethany Norton has become an instant shooting star.
The Summer Concert was a triumph and a wonderful farewell tribute to retiring Head, Mrs Lynch. Performances were given by the school's orchestra (with over 115 players), string and wind ensembles and the school choirs.