Freya, a pupil in Prep 3 at The Royal Junior School, did fantastically well to have her story shortlisted for the Radio 2 '500 Words' competition and was invited to Hampton Court Palace to listen to the winners' stories.
As curriculums go, it is hard to think of what is more important than teaching children how to protect and sustain our fragile environment for future generations and this is certainly something Pinewood is intent on communicating to its children.
Two days, nearly 200 children – and a conga led by a storyteller with a ukulele… It can only be the return of the Perrott Hill Children’s Literary Festival at Perrott Hill Prep School in South Somerset!
Exeter Junior School’s third Lower Two Careers Morning had an IT and computer science theme this year and was thoroughly enjoyed by pupils and staff. Pupils experienced three activities ranging encryption to stop-motion filming.
Nine pupils from the Crescent School have been recognised in this year’s Rupert Brooke Literary Award. Established in 1987 to commemorate the birth of poet Rupert Brooke, the award is an annual creative writing competition organised by Rugby School and open to school pupils local to the Rugby area.
Students from Reigate St Mary's Prep School (RSM) won the coveted Bechtel award at the Institution of Engineering and Technology’s (IET) FIRST® LEGO® League UK and Ireland Final on Saturday 24 February at University of the West of England in Bristol.
Sompting Abbotts Preparatory School, near Worthing, won the numbers game at Brighton College’s 789 Inter-School Maths Challenge Day, fielding two out of the only five girls to take part in their group of 40.
Year 4 Cranleigh Prep pupils entered Roald Dahl inspired stories for a writing competition and Charlotte's T's has been selected for publication with a selection of favourite entries throughout the UK.
The All Hallows Creative Design department have set up a fantastic new initiative with Clarks shoe company for pupils to design their own shoes. The school has welcomed representatives from Clarks to help kick-start this exciting project.
As part of their Humanities curriculum, Form 2 came to school dressed as Romans and enjoyed a Workshop on Life in Roman Britain. This involved an array of activities from making Roman medicines and mosaics to dancing and practising battle formations
The staff, governors, parents and pupils of Hunter Hall School in Penrith have taken on the huge challenge of raising £75,000 for a new state of the art S.T.E.M facility, which they hope to build in the next two years.
A Vicious Vikings day, devised and hosted by St Benedict’s School, Ealing, was attended by children from six west London primary schools recently. A range lively of activities gave an overview of Viking history, and their influence on Britain.