The Beacon boys’ school in Amersham, Buckinghamshire, was incredibly excited to welcome TV comedian, presenter and popular children’s author David Baddiel to the school just before Christmas.
Moreton Hall student, Simran Sajan, has competed against almost 30,000 applicants to be selected as one of the twelve Young Speakers of the year award.
Three boys from Chinthurst School have been selected to play in the Gothia World Youth Cup in Sweden next July. They fought off stiff competition from over 200 footballers to gain their place in the tournament which attracts teams from more than 80 c
Bedford Prep School’s U13 pair, Alex Lamb and Krishnan Nair, proudly lifted the U13 IAPS National Badminton Final winners’ trophy on Saturday 12 January, successfully defending the school’s title.
Guinea pigs, Chewbacca and Buttercup, and Echo the gecko are the latest additions to the Bedford Prep School Science department’s ever-growing animal kingdom that the boys are relishing taking care of in Animal Care Club.
The Sussex LTA and Tennis Sussex recently awarded Bede’s Prep’s tennis coach, Jane Nash the Official of the Year award at its annual awards ceremony at the Amex Stadium in November.
Ahoy there me hearties, it’s Pirate Fun Day! Dean Close Pre-Prep was awash with pirates when pupils dressed up in their finest pirate clothes and enjoyed an exciting Pirate WOW Day at school.
Following a suggestion from swimming teachers Helen Dudman and Jacquie Carr, St Michael’s Prep School Year 7 pupils have just experienced how it feels to swim amongst rubbish.
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Organised by Greenfield School PTA, Friends of Greenfield School (FroGS), pupils and parents took part in a fancy dress 2k fun run in the name of Christmas and in the name of the school.
Bishop's Stortford College Prep School hosts the second meeting of the Bishop's Stortford Pupil Voice Network.
England rugby player Tamara Taylor spent an afternoon at the North Yorkshire prep school where she talked to the pupils about her rugby career, her forthcoming Guinness World record challenge and led a training session with the Year 6-8 girls.
It was with great delight that The Croft welcomed local Michelin star restaurateur, Paul Foster to open The Croft’s new Kitchen and Dining Hall.
Last week, Beechwood Park’s very own Patron of Reading; renowned children's author Jonathan Stroud, visited the School to lead a creative writing workshop for Years 3 and 4.
There were no signs of nerves among budding broadcasters at Burgess Hill Girls Junior School when stars from More Radio paid a visit to find out more about the school and its pupils.