The Choir Schools’ Association recently announced Dean Close Preparatory School pupil, Benedict Braddock aged 11, as joint winner of the U14 category.
Martha Pill, who attends Exeter Cathedral School, is proud to unveil her family’s first-class connection with World War One, through a set of commemorative postage stamps.
Tuesday 30th October, Dean Close Preparatory School pupil, Cassian Pichler-Roca, age 12, was announced winner of the boys’ category of the BBC Radio Two Young Choristers of the year competition.
Year 5 girls at St Mary's Junior School, Cambridge, got to experience virtual reality and learnt about app design in STEM workshops led by a team from AstraZeneca, the global biopharmaceutical company based in Cambridge.
Richmond House School in Leeds installed eight life size soldier silhouettes in their fields as a tribute in the week running up to Remembrance Day. Every child in the school made a poppy to place at the feet of the soldiers during the ceremony.
Children at Hazlegrove Prep School commemorated the one hundredth anniversary of Armistice with a 7 metre long collage of hand made poppies, a special service of remembrance and assembly.
Hornsby House pupils have made a wall of poppies, which went on display in the school playground to mark 100 years since the end of World War I.
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Prince’s Mead Pupils have each been working on a written piece thinking of loved ones affected by war in the last century.
Every pupil at Old Buckenham Hall turned a plastic bottle into a poppy for an art installation to mark the Centenary of the end of the First World War.
Blackheath High School GDST transforms wellbeing terrace into a poppy field art installation in touching tribute to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War.
Tom Butt used a wheelbarrow to move his giant 42kg pumpkin into the main hall at Monmouth School Boys’ Prep for the eagerly-awaited weigh-in.
Lanesborough Pupil, Milo Hyde, was awarded the runner-up prize in the Royal Society of Biology young photographer of the year competition.
Alice Shaw enjoyed den building and stargazing activities as part of the Make Your World Bigger 2018 competition.