The Manor takes part in ‘Festival de Français’

Pupils dressed in the colours of the French Flag for the ‘Festival de Français’

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 - Oakwood School

Virtual Reality googles take pupils on an exciting adventure back in time

Virtual Reality enables children to travel the world, discover indigenous cultures and experience extraordinary adventures. Finton House, a prep school in Wandsworth has used this immersive experience to teach children about different cultures.

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

Jonathan Stroud Talks to Top Form at Beechwood Park School

Jonathan Stroud Appointed Patron of Reading at Beechwood Park School

Beechwood Park School is delighted to announce that Jonathan Stroud has been appointed as its first ever Patron of Reading.

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.

STEM Fair ‘Circus’ for local primary school children

Taunton School recently held a STEM Fair of engaging activities for local primary school children.

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.

Jeevan crowned Junior Language Challenge champion

A  pupil from Sandroyd School has fought off over 2,400 pupils from across the UK to win the Junior Language Challenge.

The Hazlegrove Maths Department ‘drifted off course' in the world of maps

Each year the Hazlegrove maths department has a ‘Thinking Outside the Box’ week. This year they 'drifted a little off course' and got 'hopelessly lost' in the exciting world of maps and cartography.

Science in Action - with help from the London Science Museum

The Prep Department were hugely excited to welcome some very special visitors to school when a team from the London Science Museum came to lead an interactive day of scientific discovery.

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.

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!

Northbourne Park School - History on our doorstep

Northbourne Park School has a wealth of local history and on Monday 16th October pupils from Years 3 to 8 enjoyed a week of delving into it.

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’.

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.

Building Engineers of the Future at Greenfield School

Year 5&6 pupils at Greenfield School, Woking, built a 12m bridge in the school sports hall with the help of engineers from BAM Nuttall and Mott Macdonald. The workshop reinforced lessons in STEM subjects which began this September at the school.

Year 5 Have A Polar Adventure

On Friday 13 October, Year 5 took part in their annual Polar adventures.

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.

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.

Caldicott pupil runner up in Royal Geographical Society Essay competition

In preparation for their Common Entrance next year, boys in Year 8 wrote essays on the subject of “My Best Wildlife Experience”. The essays were so good that they were entered into a competition run by the Royal Geographical Society.

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’.

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.