A Puzzling Day for Cokethorpe Junior School!

The Happy Puzzle Company returned to the Junior School for another day of fun packed day of puzzles and challenges.

Prestigious outdoor learning award for Belmont Grosvenor School

Independent co-educational prep school Belmont Grosvenor awarded Silver Learning Outside the Classroom Award

First Place for Holme Grange in Regional Junior Language Competition

Angel came first in the Regional Junior Language Challenge. It was a tense atmosphere today but Angel remained calm and went for gold!

Kitebrook Prep School wins Silver Award for Geography

Kitebrook Preparatory School has recently been awarded the PGQM Silver Award for 2017 in recognition of its lead in effective whole school approaches that support excellence in Geography.

Year 6 Pupil Achieves Grade C in Maths iGCSE

Westonbirt Prep pupil Thomas Hulme has achieved a grade C in his Maths iGCSE at the age of 11.

2nd Place for Archie in the Rotary Young Writers Competition

At the end of the Summer term we were informed that Archie had been awarded second place in the national round of the Rotary Young Writers Competition.

Year 4 celebrate India Day

Pupils in Year 4 spent the last term learning about the country of India and to celebrate the end of term the children took part in 'India Day'.

Awards for King’s Ely Junior students in annual Oxford German Olympiad

King's Ely Junior students shone in this year’s Oxford German Olympiad.

Charlotte House win the Haileybury STEM Challenge

We are very proud to say the Charlotte House team were the overall winners of the Haileybury STEM challenge winning the Harvey Woodburn trophy.

Ohemaa Wins Regional Round of Writing Competition

We are thrilled to announce that Year 6 pupil Ohemaa, is the Regional Winner of the National Young Writers’ Awards 2017.

Operating Theatre Live at Kingswood House School

Under the watchful eye of two doctors, an A&E nurse and an operating theatre technician, the boys took a very hands-on approach to study anatomy. They dressed and acted as surgeons to surgically remove and dissect organs before intubating a 'patient'

Headington's mathematicians with their certificates

Headington Prep hosts maths challenge for local schools

DC Beagle Maths Challenge sees pupils from 22 schools competing

Two classes awarded 'Master Class' status by Accelerated Reader

Year 6 and Year 7 pupils were awarded 'Master Class' status by Accelerated Reader. This is a great achievement as all students in the class have to be actively involved in the programme with a class average of 25 minutes reading daily over 25 weeks.

Millie's Success at BBC Radio 2's 500 Word Competition

Huge congratulations to Millie Gurney from Leehurst Swan for making the second round of BBC Radio 2's 500 Word competition.

Mathematicians Win The Halstead Mathematics Challenge

Four of our exceptional Year 3 mathematicians represented Lanesborough in The Halstead Mathematics Challenge, competing against seven other schools.

Holmwood House 'Whodunnit'?

Holmwood House recently hosted its annual forensic science mystery!

Lanesborough Boy Wins NACE Poetry Competition

Year 4 Lanesborough School pupil, Joseph Ryan, has won the NACE Poetry Competition for his age category.

Creative Writing Fun with Author Cesca Major

We were privileged to welcome the resident author from Bradfield College, Cesca Major, to Swanbourne House.

Excellence in Science

7 Gold, 19 Silver and 29 Bronze certificates in the Society of Biology’s Biology Challenge

Gowns and Gore for Year 7 at Farleigh School

Operating Theatre Live's arrival created quite a buzz as the Theatre was transformed into an operating theatre, giving Year 7 pupils the chance to get hands on and learn all about human biology in the most practical (and graphic!) of ways.

Ardingly Prep Pupils are Awesome Readers!

Pupils from Ardingly College Prep School have been involved in judging the Awesome Book Prize for children’s authors. Launched by Cranleigh Schools this year, the innovative award is designed to honour the best new authors for young readers.

Science fair showcases pupils' mind-blowing experiments

Budding researchers filled a theatre with colourful posters and props to present a diverse variety of scientific experiments this week.

Homefield at the Double in National Handwriting Competition

Homefield School is very pleased to announce that two of its members have been recognised at the 2017 Schools’ Handwriting Competition.

Maths Success for King's Preparatory School Pupils

King's Preparatory School pupil Himanshu Upreti earns place in the top 1% of an International Maths Competition

Falcons School for Boys Celebrates Exceptional 11+ and Pre-Test Results

The Falcons School for Boys Preparatory School in Richmond has fantastic amount of offers following 11+ exams.

'Dead' languages alive and well at Packwood

Classics pupils keep ancient languages vibrant by taking part in Packwood's first ever Latin and Greek reading competition.

Babington's Nature School Launch

Nature School is an opportunity for children to experience nature and the outdoor environment in a safe, secure and hands on way with a trained Nature School leader.

Love Reading! Winners all round in SLA Photography Competition

The results are in for the School Library Association SLA Read80 competition and they really do reflect just how much James Allen's Preparatory School pupils (and their families) love reading.

James Allen's Pre-Preparatory School Book Week

With such a lot of different activities on offer, everyone found a way to enjoy books and reading during James Allen's Pre-Preparatory School Book Week.

Northbourne Park School Celebrates World Book Day

Fantasy became reality at Northbourne Park School as children and staff came to school dressed as their favourite literacy characters to celebrate World Book Day.

World Book Day excites the imagination

Swords, shields, cloaks, hats and sparkling shoes—to name a few—were worn with pride and aplomb and books held high to show the children’s favourite authors and illustrators.

World Book Day at The Downs Malvern

We had a fantastic World Book Day on Thursday 2nd March.

Cracking day of Egg-citing Egg-speriments

Usual lessons are abandoned for a day of science at Greenfield School.

Back in Time for Lunch

Year 6 pupils sample food from the 1950s as part of a lesson about post-war Britain.