Cranford House Juniors Rocket into Space!

Cranford House's Space Week saw the astronauts of the future getting to grips with all things intergalactic.

Year 7 and Year 8 shortlisted students with Emily Winslow

Cambridgeshire students write creative predictions for the year 3017

Students from across Cambridgeshire congregated at St Mary’s School, Cambridge earlier this month to hear the winners announced of the sixth annual Creative Writing Competition.

Lead School in Computer Science

Exeter Junior School is delighted to announce recognition as Lead School in the Network of Excellence for Computer Science. This award recognises the importance placed upon Computer Science within the curriculum and the exciting plans for the subject

Egyptian life, comes to life!

Pupils from Grace Dieu Manor School saw history ‘come to life’ during their Egyptian Day. The children in Years 3 & 4 learnt about all aspects of life in Ancient Egypt. They even discovered, first hand, how they mummified bodies!

Tutankhamun discovery inspires Year 3 treasure hunt

As Year 3 begin their topic on Temples, Tombs, and Treasures, they’ve started by reading all about Howard Carter’s discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb in English.

Churcher’s College Junior School celebrate STEAM Week

Churcher’s College Junior School celebrated the wonders of STEAM  - Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths -  in ‘STEAM Week’.

CRackley Hall Junior 3's Ancient Egyptian Day

Crackley Hall’s Junior 3 experience Ancient Egypt

Crackley Hall’s Junior 3 children were transported back over three thousand years to the time of Pharaoh Akhenaten. The school hall was transformed into an Egyptian tableau as the children participated in a fun filled themed day.

Pupils awarded 'Gold Status' certificate with Head of Juniors, Mr Roberts

Rendcomb Crowned Coding Champions

Rendcomb College’s Junior School pupils have been crowned Gloucestershire’s Coding Champions being ranked first place in the Discover Education Coding League Table.

Ashfold School pupil wins 500 books for her school library

Year 5 pupil and Gold winner of BBC Radio 2’s 500 Words short story-writing competition, Lauren Cook, has won 500 books for Ashfold School’s library.

Pupils enjoy European Day of Languages

Grace Dieu celebrated its 10th European Day of Languages – with all pupils and staff, from Nursery to Year 6, joining in the fun!

King’s Ely Junior goes the extra mile for European Day of Languages

European Day of Languages and National Poetry Day were celebrated in style at King’s Ely Junior.

Children's author Miles Salter visits Ashville College Junior School

An award-winning children’s author has “booked” into a Harrogate school to help launch its annual Book Week.

Churcher’s College Junior School celebrate STEAM Week

Churcher’s College Junior School will be celebrating the wonders of STEAM - Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths - in ‘STEAM Week’.

Time travel to the Great Fire of 1666

Blue Coat pupils travel back in time to1666. In the bustling city of London, a fire has broken out in a bakery on Pudding Lane. As our young apprentices learn their trades, the fire begins to spread...

Ashville Prep School  Pupils undertake a scientific experiment

Ashville Prep School awarded Silver Primary Science Quality Mark

Ashville College’s Prep School has been awarded a quality mark for the high standard of its science lessons. It is also the only independent school in the Harrogate area to achieve the standard.

Blackheath Prep Early Years Children Have Fun at Forest School Sessions

Blackheath Prep wanted to utilise their Garden of Imagination to its full potential and appointed a full-time Forest School Leader. The children in Early Years will now have outdoor learning at their fingertips whatever the weather.

Language was no barrier at Cokethorpe Junior School

Parent volunteers, teachers and children from the School shared the language and culture of their home country or somewhere they lived, at Cokethorpe Junior School Languages Day.

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!

David Bray, Head of Science at Parkside School

Parkside School is awarded Primary Science Quality Mark Silver

Congratulations to Parkside's Science department led by Head of Science, David Bray, who has been working hard to achieve the Primary Science Quality Mark Silver this September.

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'.

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

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

Kitebrook Rockets to Success...Again!

Kitebrook Preparatory School has won the national Final of the Race for the Line, Bloodhound Model Rocket Car Competition.

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'

King’s Ely siblings qualify for Maths Olympiad with identical scores

Eleanor and James MacGillivray were among 50 pupils in Years 6 to 8 at King’s Ely Junior who competed in the Junior Maths Challenge in April.

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.

Science wows the pupils at Knighton House School

To start the term with a WOW the science department organised a visit from ‘Fantastiko’ science circus. All the children experienced circus tricks and activities and learnt about the science behind the trick.

Lanesborough Boy Wins NACE Poetry Competition

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