Forest School 'Survival' morning!

On Friday 15th September, Year 1 joined Year 2 for a wonderful morning in Forest School for their 'Survival' themed week.

Harvesting the Fruits of their Labour

Year 1 and Year 2 children at Cokethorpe School have been harvesting the pumpkins from the School Kitchen Garden.

Lathallan School Top in Scotland for Duke of Edinburgh Award

Lathallan School has been recognised as the top school in Scotland for participation and completion of the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.

Dean Close Pupils Find Hidden Treasures in their Forest School

Pupils from Dean Close Preparatory School enjoyed their first session of the year in Forest School.

A day at Giffords Circus

On Sunday 10th September, the boarders joined families of The Downs Malvern at Giffords Circus in Cirencester for a wonderful day out.

Choir Tour to Provence

After an early start on the first day of the summer holidays, 39 of our Prep School Singers boarded the bus to the airport to catch a flight to sunnier climes for the exciting Choir Tour to Provence...

Student’s Top Scouting Honour

Congratulations to Brentwood School Fourth Year student James Maltby who has been presented with the Chief Scouts Gold Award – one of the highest accolades in the Scouting movement.

The summit of Mount Kilimanjaro

Pupils complete expedition of Mount Kilimanjaro

Pupils from Lathallan School reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro on Thursday 20 July.

Inspiring film by pupils at Dumpton School

Year 7 and 8 pupils spent a year making their own feature film. The story, called 'Under', is based on the history of Tyneham Village in Dorset.

Blue Elephant Wins SCS Junior Entrepreneur Competition

Business has been booming at SCS over the last few weeks as the Year 8 children have worked tirelessly in the inaugural Friends of SCS Junior Entrepreneurs competition.

Goblins visit Scottow Enterprise Park for the first race of the season

Last month our Goblins team visited the old RAF Coltishall site, now called Scottow Enterprise Park, for the county’s first ever Formula One-style engineering event.

Outdoor Learning Day

An off-curriculum day of outdoor activities where working as a team earned the children house points for their Six.

St John's College Pupils face the dizzy heights of the Spinnaker Tower

Year 3 and 4 pupils from St John’s College Junior School in Southsea finished their 'Seaside Art' topic on Wednesday with a special trip up the Emirates Spinnaker Tower to get a bird’s eye view of all they have been studying over recent weeks.

Big Girlie Sleepover at The Chorister School

Whilst the boys were away on an exeat the girls took over the Boarding House for a Big Girlie Sleepover!

Olympic Fencers Visit Beechwood Park

We were delighted to be able to host two Olympic fencers: Marcus Mepstead (Team GB) and Enzo Lefort (France), for a day of filming around the school grounds last weekend.

Survival shelters of the fittest

This term Year 6 have enjoyed making model survival shelters from recycled materials – especially the sort which may be washed up on a tropical island.

Year 8s visit Liverpool

A busy day of culture and historical interest in Liverpool for Packwood's Year 8 pupils

Upper Third Sign off Prep School with Annual Swiss Activity Week

The pupils, accompanied by the Headmaster of Prep School, Mike Schofield, and Director of Prep Sport, Mark Bolton, have had an action packed week.

Junior entrepreneurs take on business challenge

Year 8 pupils are taking part in a business competition designed to teach key business skills via a fun, Apprentice–style challenge culminating at the school fete next Friday.

Churcher’s Pupils Discover Local History

Have you ever wondered why Petersfield is called Petersfield? What the nickname for the market square was in medieval times? Or have you ever wondered why there is a statue of William III in the town square?

Grandparents' Day 2017

The sun shone brightly for our annual Grandparents' Day on Thursday 15th June, in which we had a record 133 grandparents' come along!

Gordonstoun Sailing Trip

Belmont Preparatory School Children on sailing trip to Gordonstoun

Terra Nova School's pupils create a mosaic of an English country garden

Pupils in Years 3-8 have created a stunning mosaic. Undertaking such a project not only enabled the children to work with different mediums and outside but also demonstrated just how much can be achieved when a community all work together.

History Festival supports Roman Day at Dumpton School

The Heritage Lottery Fund and The Wimborne History Festival's support ensured a day of creative learning for Dumpton School's annual Roman Day with mosaic making and a visit from a 'real' Roman Soldier!

Pre-Prep visit Cotswold Wildlife Park

Pre-Prep took Cotswold Wildlife Park by storm on Tuesday - almost literally!

Dauntsey’s Pupils in Sea Survival Training for Transatlantic Crossing

Eight Dauntsey’s sixth formers, four girls and four boys, have been in training for their forthcoming trip on the School’s Tall Ship, Jolie Brise.

Canvassing support for the June election

At Prior Park Prep School near Swindon, political debate has been heating up as student representatives from each political party have delivered their manifestos, in advance of their election on Thursday 8 June.

Getting Up Close and Personal with Nature

Northbourne Park School children go wild for nature watch activities and earn awards from the RSPB

Craigclowan's Erasmus+ Adventure

Craigclowan Prep School in Perth is co-ordinating a 128,000 Euro, two year project to bring opportunities to five European schools

Overnight Fun and Adventure for Senior Pupils

From dusk ‘til dawn across two weekends in May, senior and intermediate pupils at Northbourne Park School enjoy the annual overnight camps.

The Downs Malvern Pre-Prep Camp Out Day

Pre-Prep were delighted to welcome children, parents and staff for the 5th Pre-Prep 'Camp Out Day' on Brock Meadow on Thursday 25th May.

Birkdale Make National Quiz History

Following an incredible display in the local heats, for the first time in the competition’s history, Quiz Club invited two teams from the same school to the national semi-final as they had been so impressed with the Birkdale scores from Round 1.

A Victorian lesson at the Ragged School

Children in Lower Prep (Year 3) found out what it was like to be a child in Victorian times, by visiting the Ragged School Museum in Tower Hamlets,

Year 5 enjoy learning about Tudor England at Hampton Court Palace.

On Friday, May 19th, Year 5 set off for Hampton Court Palace. In no time at all we were outside the Clore Education Centre, organised into our groups and ready to enter what had once been King Henry VIII’s beautiful home.