Stroud School, in Romsey, is excited to announce that a number of pupils from Years 6 and 7 have been selected to represent the ‘Prep School Lions’ in the Football World Youth Cup (Gothia Cup) in Gothenburg, Sweden next July 2021.
The boys cycled a combined tally of 1,264 kilometres in memory of their friend, Tom Walker, to raise money for Cancer Research Wales.
Over the last two years, St Aubyn’s has launched an appeal at Christmas time to support those who are less fortunate. The school collected non-perishable food and toiletries for a local foodbank.
‘All the world’s a stage’ especially for Brentwood School’s Fourth Year drama students taking part in tonight’s Coram Shakespeare Schools Foundation’s world record-breaking night of theatre.
Northampton High School and its staff and students completed their ‘Challenge 24’ activities during World Pancreatic Cancer Day raising close to £6,000 for charity.
Jimmy and Thomas from Third Form at St Peter's School York have been nominated to join the prestigious York Mathematical Excellence Club in recognition of their mathematical skills.
The Year 4 children at Salisbury Cathedral School put pencil to paper as part of a new community focussed pen pals initiative. The activity is designed to build relations between current pupils and members of the school alumni.
Students at St Benedict’s have raised over £2,000 this term for two charities which support homeless people across the UK - St Mungo’s and Glass Door.
Theo and Tilda, pupils at Highfield and Brookham Schools, climbed Ben Nevis. The climb was to raise money for the charity Young Minds Trust. They have raised £900 for children’s mental health.
Instead of hundreds of people gathering inside Ely Cathedral for the school’s Act of Remembrance, King’s Ely marked the occasion with five simultaneous, separate, appropriately distanced outdoor services at different locations around the school.
A very special Service of Remembrance was live-streamed from Brentwood School ensuring students, staff, parents, Old Brentwoods and local residents could unite for a moment of collective remembrance despite the national lockdown.
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Pupils in the Prep School at St Columba's College have been collecting and donating an incredible amount of food this half term for their Harvest Appeal.
Rose Hill School has recently come to the end of an amazing week of activity focused on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Mathematics), with the overarching theme of the week being flight. The week was jam packed with activities.
A teacher at King’s Ely has written a new book all about the subject he loves. ‘Why Study Geography?’ is the thirtieth book that Alan Parkinson, Head of Geography at King’s Ely Junior, has written or co-written.
West Buckland School, in North Devon, has sent parcels containing treats and messages of support to all its recent leavers who are currently in lockdown in their university halls.