Lanesborough Pupil, Milo Hyde, was awarded the runner-up prize in the Royal Society of Biology young photographer of the year competition.
Every year Chandlings’ pupils and staff bring in hundreds of apples and pears from home in order to make juice. The initiative is organised by the school's Eco-Committee which consists of 19 children, one from each class in the Prep department.
To mark World Animal Day on 4th October, the children at St Ives School spent the day learning about the World Animal Day’s mission of raising the status of animals in order to improve welfare standards around the globe.
This term, Year 4 pupils at Bede’s Prep in Eastbourne have been learning more about plastic pollution on our oceans.
Children at Bede’s Nursery in Eastbourne have been enjoying the new autumn season by exploring different coloured leaves in the garden and creating beautiful hedgehog-inspired collages.
There were more than just a few apples for the teachers when children at two Calne schools took part in a day to celebrate the fruit.
Children from Year 3 at Churcher’s College Junior School transformed into two groups - the Celts and the Romans when they visited Butser Ancient Farm last week as part of their History Topic on Invaders and Settlers.
Bedford Prep School’s Y7 boys were the latest intrepid adventurers to visit the school’s beautiful nature reserve at Ickwell on Tuesday 2 October for a full day of fun and learning.
The Whale Company ran a paddle board building workshop to put together the first of the Moulsford Paddle Board Fleet, made completely from recycled plastic bottles
On Monday 17 September, Year 6 pupils from Bede’s Prep travelled to Battle Abbey for a fascinating History trip, where the pupils learned about the fateful battle between the Normans and Saxons on 14 October 1066.