Pupils from Great Ballard School choir visited Claremont Lodge Nursing Home and performed for the residents. The occasion was enjoyed by all generations and it was magical to see the spirits of the residents lifted as they listened to the music.
On Wednesday 8th May, at the AWS (Amazon Web Services) Summit held at London’s ExCel, a team of 5 pupils from Bishop’s Stortford College Prep School were awarded first prize in the AWS Get | IT competition.
Chess whiz Nina Pert, a Year 6 pupil at Brentwood Preparatory School, has finished 6th in the World Junior Chess Championships making her the highest placed England player.
On Friday 10 May, over 200 pupils from Bede’s Prep and Senior Schools volunteered their time to litter pick at local public spaces for Eastbourne’s Great Park Clean, which was organised by Oliver Sterno of the Plastic Free Eastbourne campaign.
St Ives School was uncharacteristically quiet on Friday morning as the all the pupils from years three to six were taking part in a sponsored silence to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
St Aubyn’s School pupils and staff were delighted to welcome Lord Lexden, President of the Independent Schools Association, on 26 April. Lord Lexden is a political historian and Conservative peer who took his seat in the House of Lords in 2011.
The Froebelian School, Horsforth dedicated last week to making each member of the school community feel happy, respected and valued with the launch of ‘The Happiness Project.’
Year 6 pupils at Greenfield School organise a Red Nose Day 12 hour continuous football tournament, involving the local community and raising a staggering £3,042.25.
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Local MP Mark Prisk makes time to drop in for a question and answer session with children at St Joseph’s In The Park
Moulsford Prep School's youngest boys air their thoughts at a school council meeting
The Kingswood House players, under the skilful direction of Phillipa Watkins, delivered a marvellous production of Pandemonium at a packed NESCOT theatre in early February.
Over 40 students from Taunton School have made the cut in the latest round of county cricket selections. Meanwhile, Year 10 student Ben Chaffey has been selected to tour Sri Lanka with the Somerset County U15 team.
Stormont School Year 6 girls competed in the IAPS National Netball competition at Felsted School, Essex on 28th February. They were undefeated on the day and will be competing at Epsom College in the National Finals.
Greenfield School pupils experienced a day of working life the week before half term. Accompanied by a primary school and professionals from the local community, children learnt about the challenges and triumphs of different career paths.