Pupils from across Stroud Preparatory School and its senior school King Edward VI, Southampton, have achieved an array of awards in an international computing challenge.
Three pupils from St Peter’s 8-13 have reached the national final of the Modern Languages National Spelling Bee. This amazing achievement is testament to many hours of dedicated learning and practice.
Twelve-year-old Chloe Johnson, a student at St Swithun’s school in Winchester, has finished seventh in the world at the annual Education Perfect Northern Championships. Her remarkable score of 15,501 points also earned her a prestigious elite award.
Talbot Heath school welcomed back wildlife enthusiast, Stewart McPherson, to lead an exclusive science Zoom lesson to hundreds of schools across the country to inspire pupils about insects.
King's Ely students with a love for learning languages and experiencing different cultures are to reap the benefits of a new Erasmus+ project. The school has secured funding from the European Commission and British Council to deliver ‘The Village’.
Year 8 pupils at Monmouth School for Girls enjoyed a thought-provoking day on the Amazon. The girls explored the issues facing rainforests as they gained a greater understanding of the Amazon’s fascinating and endangered ecosystem.
A collaborative reading and writing assignment between the English and PE departments at Bedales Prep, Dunhurst has been selected as Renaissance’s myON Project of the Week.
Jimmy and Thomas from Third Form at St Peter's School York have been nominated to join the prestigious York Mathematical Excellence Club in recognition of their mathematical skills.
St Mary's has become a finalist in the 'STEM Initiative of the Year' category, having been chosen from hundreds of entries for the 2020 Cambridge Independent Science and Technology Awards.
A mixture of high-tech wizardry and old-fashioned arts and crafts helped transport children from St Margaret's Prep, Calne back to the time of the Second World War.
The All Hallows children engaged with their Black History Month learning, particularly so when their teacher related the experiences of her own ancestor and celebrated composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.