Moulsford Year 7 and 8 Pupils win internationally recognised academic competition help at Ampleforth College
A team of girls from The Kingsley School in Leamington Spa were delighted to be crowned winners of a national business and enterprise competition run by The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI).
Staines Prep was whisked away to a land of magic and fairytales as author Abie Longstaff visited for World Book Day on Thursday 6th March.
11 year old student, Aleeza Hussain from Lady Eleanor Holles School was a finalist in a recent national computational thinking challenge at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Oxford, putting her in the top 1% of her age group.
The Rowans School, Wimbledon, held their annual International Week in February. The children were immersed in a variety of cultures as each class took on a country for the week, ranging from India to France, Germany to Thailand, Spain to Bulgaria and Norway.
Four pupils from Stroud Preparatory School in Romsey made it through to the Explore Learning Mathematics National Final at the Natural History Museum this February.
King's Ely pupils were in their element at Microsoft Research Cambridge’s fun-filled DigiGirlz event – and came back to school with an award!
Year 6 at Churcher's College Junior School visited the Houses of Parliament and the Tower of London as part of their Citizenship Curriculum.
A group of Year 6 girls from Terrington Hall School, York, were crowned winners at the ‘SES Hovercraft Day 2020’ hosted by The Mount School and attended by eight schools.
An enthusiastic team of Year 6 pupils from St Margaret’s Preparatory School in Calne competed in the regional heats of the First LEGO League Challenge in Bristol, and came away with the Core Values Award.
A team of Prep pupils from The Marist School, Sunninghill, have won a prestigious FIRST LEGO League Challenge trophy at a Regional Tournament held at Queen Mary University, London.
Junior 5 at Crackley Hall School left modern day Britain behind and travelled back in time to the Tudor era. Children, staff and even parents came to school dressed in costume and enjoyed a memorable day exploring life in the 16th century.