500 Words event at Hampton Court Palace

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.

Atchoo! A Medieval Experience at Bedford Prep School

The Medieval Period was brought to life for Bedford Prep Year 5 boys last week as they took part in a series of fun, interactive workshops.

Salters’ Institute Festival of Chemistry

A team of four Year 8 scientists attended the annual Salters’ Institute Festival of Chemistry at the University of East Anglia (UEA) on Thursday 24 May.

St John's team

Pangea Maths UK competition

A pair of pupils took home silver from the prestigious Pangea Maths UK competition, representing St John's on-the-Hill School on the podium

Pinewood developing pioneers for change

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.

Hugo with award at Rotary Young Writers Competition 2018

The Insider's Guide to Creative Writing

Four pupils achieve success in national competition

Storyteller Martin Maudsley in the woods

The return of the Perrott Hill Children's Literary Festival

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!

The next steps for Exeter Junior School pupils

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.

Mensa Success by Year 8 pupil from Rokeby School, Kingston

Joe Davis in Year 8 at Rokeby School, Kingston, is celebrating his recent invitation to join Mensa. His impressive score of 155, 23 marks above the pass mark puts him in the top 1% of the population.

Pupils from Sompting Abbotts celebrate their win in the Lancing College Prep Schools' Science Challenge

Sompting Abbotts pupils are science champions for third time in 7 years!

Young scientists at West Sussex preparatory school Sompting Abbotts are celebrating after taking home their third trophy in seven years from the annual Lancing College Prep Schools Science Challenge.

Pictured is Bede’s Prep Head Boy, George Linehan

Bede’s Prep Head Boy in Peacock Poetry Prize Final

Bede’s Prep Head Boy, George Linehan, has made it through to the Final of the Peacock Poetry Prize for the second year running with his poem ‘Working with Words’.

Ozz Opher, Ivo Woodward, Kip Sampson and Oliver Donoghue scooped the top prize in Monmouth Science Fair.

Budding researchers impress at Monmouth Science Fair

Monmouth School Boys’ Prep pupils scooped top prize with their examination of the 'five-second rule' for dropped food.

Crescent Pupils Are Prize-Winners In Prestigious Local Literary Award

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.

Year 6 trip to Stratford

Year 6 travelled to Stratford-Upon-Avon to enjoy a two day visit to the home of the Bard.

Bede’s Prep Pupils Practice their Maths Skills in Meads Village

Bede’s Prep Pupils Practice their Maths Skills in Meads Village

On Monday 14 March, Reception pupils at Bede’s Prep enhanced their maths learning on a visit to Meads Village near Eastbourne.

Peace Love and Understanding

Gayhurst School is delighted to announce that Matthew, one of their Year 6 Pupils has been awarded second place in a National Writing Competition for children up to 18 years of age!

Local school wins award at the national FIRST® LEGO® League finals.

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.

STEM Day for Year 7 at Yateley Manor

Yateley Manor’s Year 7 pupils took part in a STEM activity day creating and testing aerodynamic, low-friction, rocket-powered cars.

The science team from Monmouth School Boys’ Prep (from left): Hugh Major, Ojas Shanbhag, Cameron Hughes and captain Srinivas Rengarajan.

Boys finish runners-up in national science competition

Monmouth School Boys’ Prep took second spot in the National Inter-school Science Quiz Championship at Oxford University’s Museum of National History.

Bede’s Prep pupils learning maths on Eastbourne beach

Bede's Prep Pupils Learn Maths on the Beach

On Wednesday 21 February, the Year 1 children at Bede’s Prep School took advantage of the sunny afternoon to venture down to Eastbourne beach for their Maths lesson.

Could this be the best lesson ever?

Year 3 gets chocolate tasting, all in the name of research.

(1)	Bede’s Prep pupils with their certificates and medals

Bede’s Prep Pupils Impress in CSI Curriculum Enhancement Day

On Tuesday 23 January, Year 6 Bede’s Prep pupils took part in a CSI (Crime Scene Investigation) Curriculum Enhancement Day, organised by Thinkers in Education.

Sompting Abbotts' winning team at Brighton College's 789 Maths Challenge Day

Girls from Sompting Abbotts succeed at Inter-school Maths Challenge

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.

Innovative ‘Into the woods’ theme for school curriculum

Innovative ‘Into the woods’ theme for school curriculum

Budding Year 4 Cranleigh Prep author's work to be published

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.

Berin Nelson and the Clarks team introducing the children to shoe design

All Hallows children work on an exciting project with Clarks to design shoes

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.

Form 2 Romans invade Cranleigh Prep School

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

Star of the Story - A Visit from Steve Skidmore

Bedford Prep School Year 3 boys discovered how fun reading is when you are part of the story, with Patron of Reading and top author Steve Skidmore on hand to guide them through their fun session. 

Crackley Mathematicians Qualify For Primary Maths Challenge Bonus Round

Three able Crackley Hall School mathematicians are set to pit their wits against children from around the world in the Bonus Round of a mathematics competition in February.

Proud Young Mathematicians!

Everything has added up well for a team of pupils from St Margaret's Preparatory School in Calne that has finished runners-up in a national contest for young mathematicians.

Dari’s A Write Christmas Winner

Congratulations to Dari Kotlarsky who is now a published author.  Her poem was one of the winners in the Write Christmas 2017 competition.

Fundraising challenge for Hunter Hall School

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.

Ten Year 7 pupils achieve top 10% scores in the country at Bebras Challenge

Year 7 pupils Emery and Willow led the top Millfield Prep results at the Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge.

Vicious Vikings invade St Benedict's

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.